Before your devices goes to operate in a cold climate, consider whether your batteries can adapt to such cold conditions.
Some regions, such as the United States, Russia, or Canada, have long-term, extreme low-temperatures, so your batteries must be able to withstand these lower temperatures.
Special equipment is often used to live or work in a cold, outdoor environment. There are various battery products that these equipment use, such as a car emergency starter, a reserve battery for portable medical equipment, power storage to RVs, etc.
Some working environments require their equipment to work in cold storage, high altitude, or even underwater up to 800 meters deep. Such equipment need low-temperature batteries to increase the capacity, temperature tolerance and, ultimately, provide dependable power for continuous operations.
There are many conditions to consider when operating batteries in cold environments. Below are just several benefits of using Grepow's low-temperature batteries. Also, the battery equipped Grepow BMS, can active self-heating function when detecting the temperature below 0℃.
Minimum Discharging Temperature -50℃
Minimum Charging Temperature -20℃
Battery Structure and Design