Advantages and Disadvantages of LiCoO2 Batteries and LiFePO4 Batteries

Want to become familiar with the two different types of lithium-ion batteries: Lithium Cobalt Oxide (LiCoO2) and Lithium Iron Phosphate(LiFePO4) Lithium Cobalt Oxide, one of the most common Li-ions, has the chemical symbols LiCoO2 and the abbreviation LCO. And Lithium Iron Phosphate, has the chemical symbols LiFePO4 and the abbreviation LFP.
Let us see their comparison.

1. Comparison of Volume Energy Density

1-Comparison of Volume Energy Density

2. Comparison of Quality Energy Density

2-Comparison of Quality Energy Density

3. Comparison of Nominal Voltage

3-Comparison of Nominal Voltage

4. Comparison of Normal Temperature Pulse Performance

4-Comparison of Normal Temperature Pulse Performance

5. Comparison of Normal Temperature Pulse Cycle Performance(Blocking Temperature 55℃)

5-Comparison of Normal Temperature Pulse Cycle Performance

6. Comparison of Pulse Discharge Performance(Temperature – 20℃)

6-Comparison of Pulse Discharge Performance

7. Comparison of Cycle Life(Temperature 20℃)

7-Comparison of Cycle Life

8. Comparison of Full Electric High Temperature Storage Performance

8-Comparison of Full Electric High Temperature Storage Performance

9. Comparison of Safety Performance

9-Comparison of Safety Performance
In general, they have their own advantages and disadvantages:

advantages and disadvantages

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