Drypower 12LFP48 12V 47.6Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Rechargeable Lithium Battery
|Description||Drypower 12LFP48 12V 47.6Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Rechargeable Lithium Battery|
|Battery Type||Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4)|
12V Lithium Iron Phosphate battery. Ideal for sealed lead battery replacement
Weight only at 6.1KG
Why choose Drypower Lithium
Key Features & Benefits
High cycle life
Provides up to 2000 cycles @ 80% DoD & Up to 5000 cycles @ 50% DoD, lowering the total cost of ownership compared to deep cycle lead acid batteries, AND after the 2000 cycles, Drypower Lithium batteries still provide 80% of the original rated capacity!
Drypower Lithium batteries provide more Wh/Kg while also being between 1/2 and 1/3 the weight of its SLA equivalent.
Inbuilt Protection Circuit Module protects against over-charging, over-discharging, over-current, external short circuit, incorrect charger use. Beware cheap imitations that lack a protection circuit or only use BMS cell balancing upon charging.
Capable of being charged at up to 1C max., you save time and increase productivity thanks to the superior charge/discharge efficiency. We recommend chargers with dedicated lithium battery profiles (see above for options)
FAST discharge capable
Unlike traditional lead acid batteries, Drypower Lithium rated capacities are independant of the discharge rates. The available capacity of a SLA battery is lower if discharged over 5 hours (compared to their 20hr rating). Drypower Lithium are rated at the 5 hour rate, meaning you could possibly even use a smaller capacity battery, saving you money and weight.
Extreme heat tolerance
Suitable for use in a wider range of applications where operating temperature is considered too high for SLA.
Longer service life
Low maintenance batteries with stable chemistry. Drypower Lithium batteries can last up to 8 times longer than AGM Lead Acid batteries meaning you change batteries less often, also reducing labour costs.
Storage is not a problem thanks to extremely low self discharge (LSD) and no risk of sulphation.