High Voltage Battery

NPP high voltage battery designed for commercial and home users, 10kWh to 100kWh with higher energy density & capacity, than normal batteries. With LiFePO4 technology, Modular Design.

The high-voltage battery system is usually faster than the low-voltage battery charge and discharge, the voltage above 400V belongs to the high-voltage battery system, and the high-voltage battery system is conducive to solving the emergency power consumption. It can quickly meet the peak of commercial or household power consumption.

Different Voltage for Options

Low Voltage: 100V / 150V / 200V / 250V / 300V
High Voltage: 400V / 500V / 600V / 750V / 800V

Custom Off-Grid Energy Storage

10kWh to 100kWh, for commercial or home users


Lithium iron phosphate technology (LiFePO4 battery cell)

Modular Design & Control Software

Visual interface software design. Strictly controls and equalizes all modules and cells

Advantages of High Voltage Lithium ion Battery

  • Increased power output: Higher voltage batteries can deliver higher amounts of power and current, which is useful in applications that require high power output.
  • Longer range: In electric vehicles, higher voltage batteries can provide longer driving ranges as they can store more energy.
  • Smaller size and weight: Higher voltage batteries can provide the same amount of power with fewer cells, resulting in smaller and lighter batteries.
  • Faster charging: Higher voltage batteries can be charged faster as they can absorb more energy in a shorter amount of time.
  • Higher efficiency: Higher voltage batteries can be more efficient as they can reduce the amount of energy lost due to resistance and heat.
  • Lower costs: Higher voltage batteries can reduce the overall costs of a system as they require fewer cells, and can be designed with smaller and less expensive components.
  • Better performance in extreme conditions: Higher voltage batteries can perform better in extreme temperatures and other challenging conditions, which can make them more reliable and durable.

High voltage battery: The Ultimate FAQ Guide

What is high voltage battery?

High voltage battery is a type of battery that is designed to deliver higher voltage output compared to regular batteries (400v – 800v). It is commonly used in electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as in renewable energy systems.

The high voltage nature of these batteries allows them to provide the necessary power to run electric motors and drivetrains in vehicles, enabling them to operate solely on electricity or in combination with an internal combustion engine. They are typically made up of multiple smaller battery cells connected in series to achieve the desired voltage level.

In addition to vehicles, high voltage batteries are also used in various other applications where high voltage output is required, such as in industrial machinery, grid energy storage systems, and uninterruptible power supplies.

It’s important to note that working with high voltage batteries requires proper safety precautions and expertise to avoid electrical hazards.

Which batteries have the highest voltage?

Generally, the batteries with the highest voltage are lithium-ion batteries (Li-ion). Li-ion batteries typically have a nominal voltage of 3.7 volts per cell. However, it is important to note that voltage can vary depending on the specific battery chemistry and design. Other high-voltage batteries include lithium-polymer (Li-Po) batteries and certain specialty batteries used in applications like electric vehicles, where multiple cells can be combined to achieve higher voltages. It is crucial to consult the specifications of specific batteries to determine their voltage.

What is the benefit of higher voltage battery?

Higher voltage battery has several benefits in various applications. Here are some key advantages:

  • Increased Power: Higher voltage batteries provide more power output, enabling devices to operate more efficiently. This is particularly important in high-performance applications where a larger amount of energy is required, such as electric vehicles or high-powered tools.
  • Enhanced Efficiency: Higher voltage batteries can reduce energy losses during transmission. When electricity is conducted over a long distance, lower voltage systems encounter higher resistive losses. By using higher voltage batteries, these losses can be minimized, leading to improved overall system efficiency.
  • Reduced Current: With higher voltage, the current needed to produce the same amount of power is reduced. This reduction in current allows for the use of smaller and lighter wires, resulting in cost savings and better overall system design.
  • Compactness: Higher voltage batteries can provide the same power output with fewer cells or modules, leading to smaller, more compact designs. This is particularly relevant in portable electronic devices, where size and weight are important factors.
  • Compatibility: Many electronic devices and equipment are designed to operate with specific voltage requirements. Having higher voltage battery ensures compatibility with a wider range of devices, eliminating the need for additional voltage converters or adapters.

It’s worth noting that while there are advantages to higher voltage batteries, it is essential to consider safety measures and ensure that the higher voltage is handled appropriately to prevent any hazards or damage.

How many volts is high voltage battery?

The voltage of high voltage battery can vary depending on the application and specific battery technology being used. In general, high voltage batteries can have voltages ranging from a few hundred volts to several thousand volts. For example, electric vehicle (EV) batteries typically have voltages in the range of 200 to 800 volts, while some industrial or grid-scale batteries can have voltages exceeding 1000 volts. It’s important to note that working with high voltage systems requires specialized knowledge, training, and safety precautions.

Does higher voltage mean more power in battery?

No, higher voltage does not necessarily mean more power in a battery. Power is calculated by multiplying the voltage (V) by the current (I), using the equation P = V * I.

While higher voltage can result in higher power output, it is not the only factor. The current also plays a crucial role in determining the power. For example, a battery with high voltage but low current may not deliver as much power as a battery with lower voltage but higher current.

Therefore, when considering the power of a battery, it is essential to take both voltage and current into account.

What makes a battery have more voltage?

When batteries are connected in series, the total voltage of the combination increases. This occurs because the positive terminal of one battery is connected to the negative terminal of the next battery, causing the voltages to add up. For example, if you connect two batteries in series, each with a voltage of 24 volts, the total voltage will be 48 volts (24 volts + 24 volts). So, connecting batteries in series increases the voltage because the individual voltages accumulate.

Does voltage matter for battery capacity?

No, voltage does not directly affect battery capacity. Battery capacity is typically measured in ampere-hours (Ah) and represents the amount of charge a battery can deliver over a period of time. Voltage, on the other hand, is a measure of the potential difference between two points in an electrical circuit.

While voltage is an important factor in determining the overall performance of a battery, including its ability to power devices, it does not directly impact the capacity of the battery. The capacity of a battery depends on the chemical composition and design of the battery, and is typically specified by the manufacturer.

It is worth noting that the voltage of a battery does affect the amount of power it can deliver to a load. Higher voltage batteries can deliver more power, but the overall capacity of the battery remains the same.

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