- Lithium iron phosphate battery is characterised by outstanding durability, current performance and charging speed. It also has a longer lifetime and is a more lightweight alternative to lead-acid batteries.
- LiFePO4 retain over 80% of their capacity even after 2000 charging cycles and thus they provide over 10 years of operation. Due to its low self-discharge rate the battery will be fully ready for operation even after a year of storage.
- The long battery life and high durability, low weight and current parameters are the reasons why these batteries are used in leisure vehicles and campers and in photovoltaics providing power to homes using solar panels.
- Nanophosphate batteries are equipped with a battery management system BMS which monitors not only the charge and discharge of the battery but also the temperature thus ensuring the safety of operation and maximising the battery life.
|Working temperature||from -10°C to 55°C|
|Storage temperature||0°C to 45°C (at 60-80% SOC)|
|Vitality||Over 2000 cycles at DoD 85%|
|Return policy||up to 30 days|
|Standard discharge current||100A|
|Peak discharge current||150A|
|Standard charging current||40A|
|Charging temperature||0°C – 45°C|