Lithium Titanate or lithium titanium oxide (Li4Ti5O12 Spinel, “LTO”) is an electrode material with exceptional electrochemical stability. It is used as the anode materials in lithium-ion batteries for applications that require long cycle life, high rate, and high coulombic efficiency. It is usually coupled with a LiFePO4 or NCM transition metal oxide cathode for form a full lithium-ion cell. Although the cell voltage is lower than the graphitic carbon-based cell, LTO-based batteries are considered safer and have a wider operating temperature range.
|Tap density (g/cm3)||1.5|
|Voltage cut-off (V)||1.0~2.8v|
|Test condition||25℃ 0.1C 1.0~2.8v|