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The difference between the 200Ah battery and the 200plus is that the BMS boards are different.
Our 200Ah battery build-in 100A BMS, and the 200Ah plus battery build-in 200A BMS.
Our battery do not recommend 6 series connection. And the withstand voltage value of our protection board is 80V, which supports max. 4 batteries in series connection.
If your system voltage is too high, it may burn out the BMS after series connection.
Since lithium battery from different capacity has their difference BMS.
The 12V 200Ah battery build-in 100A BMS,and 12V 200Ah plus battery build-in 200A BMS.
We do not suggest you to combine batteries from different capacity together as a system,so you can not connect 200Ah and 200Ah plus in series or parallel.
We suugest Long-term storage of battery best way:
The battery can be operated in temperaturn of -20℃ to 35℃ is ideal for long-term storage. Store in a fireproof container and aeay from children.
For a longer-lasting product, it is best to store your battery at 50% charge level and recharge every three months if it is not going to be used for a long period of time
If you’re connecting the 4*12V 50Ah batteries in parallel, and the 12V (12.8V) 200Ah battery would be able to support max. 2560W load power and max. 200A continuous charge/discharge current.
If you need a 12V200Ah battery system, we recommend that you buy a 12V200Ah battery directly, which is more convenient than connecting 4*50Ah batteries to your system and it could saves extra accessories, and you don't need to equalize the voltage, meanwhile you don't have to worry about a voltage difference in the battery and affect the performance of the battery.
The MOS components of the BMS have a voltage withstand value of 80V. 12.8V*4 (in series) = 51.2V, charging voltage of 51.2V battery is 53.25-54.75V, but also a little bit of reserve, we set the limitation of 4 batteries (in paralle/ in series) in case it's too close to the upper limit. The MOS will burn out if the 80V withstand voltage value is exceeded.
While if you connect more than 4 batteries in parallel, it might increase the risk of battery backflow and burn out th BMS board.
Our battery supports up to 4 identical batteries for up to:
48V 200Ah battery system (in series)
12V 800Ah battery system (in parallel)
So we recommend that no more than four series/four parallel batteries are connected.