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The CBT Lithium Iron Phosphate 12V batteries are the ultimate in weight versus power technology. This is a drop in replacement for your Lead-acid battery, and will require no change to your stock charging system. It can be used in Caravan, Motorhome, Solar battery bank and Electric Scooters and more. CBT LifePO4 ‘s contains no poisonous lead, no acid, and do not create gasses during charge, as traditional Lead-Acid batteries do. Compared to lead-acid, Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries are also extremely light, have much lower self-discharge, do not sulfate, and are environmentally friendly. The chemistry of these cells is Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) or LFP. The main advantage of LFP batteries is that they do not have the volatile thermal issues that Li-ion batteries have, making LFP batteries much safer then Li-ion. The other advantage is that they have very high cycle life of up to 3000 cycles compared with Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries that have a cycle life of about 400 cycles. If you factor in the cycle life of CBT batteries it can be argued that CBT batteries are already cheaper per use then SLA batteries.LiFePO4 batteries can be used in; Electrical vehicles, EV-bus, HEV-bus, EV-car, E-golf car, E-scooter, E-bike, UPS power, POS terminal, R/C toys, wind and sun complementary energy storage system .
- Ultra light
- One fifth the weight of lead-acid batteries on average
- Twice to four times the service life of lead-acid batteries
- Drop-in replacement for your OEM battery
- Super-fast recharge rate
- No explosive gasses during charge, no lead, no acid
- Environmentally friendly
- No presence of toxic
258Ah LiFePO4 Battery
258Ah LiFePO4 Battery$2,610.00
$3,200.00SpecificationModel 12.8V(12V) 258Ah VB002Total Energy 3300WhNominal Voltage 12.8VNominal Capacity 258AhCharge method 0.2C to 14.6V, then 14.6V,charge current to 0.02C (CC/CV)Charge Voltage 14.6V±0.2VDischarging Cut-off Voltage 11.2VStandard Charge Current 60ATerminal Type M8Standard discharge...View full product details →