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How Much Do You Know About Lithium Batteries?

What Are Lithium-Ion Batteries?

The concept of a lithium-ion battery was initially conceived in the 1970’s and began to see widespread adoption by the 1990’s.

To put it in a nutshell, they are the future of battery technology. Manufacturers are busy integrating lithium batteries into everything they can find, including Tesla and Toyota. Lithium batteries are mid-way into their quest to spread over the globe from mobile phones to laptops to EVs. This means RVs aren’t forgotten either.

With recent technological breakthroughs, Lithium iron phosphate batteries (LiFePO4) have deeply penetrated the RV battery market, defeating every Battery in terms of safety, reliability, weight, size, charging speed and much more.

All lithium-ion cells are “deep cycle” meaning that they have the ability to be fully charged and discharged. The life of the battery will significantly increase if the depth of each discharge is limited to 80% of the rated capacity.

Aolithium 12V 100Ah Lithium LiFePO4 battery has a minimum of 4000 cycles time, and the design life is up to 10 years. Even after 4,000 cycles @ 90%DOD, they’re still capable of producing 70% of rated capacity. While lead-acid batteries only left 50% rated capacity after they hit their 300 to 500 cycles life.

Lithium Battery Applications

The application range of lithium batteries is becoming more and more extensive, and Lithium batteries have been widely used in energy storage power systems such as RV, van, camper, marine, camping, off-grid, solar home, UPS backup, golf cart, water power, and electric tools, electric bicycles, electric motorcycles, electric vehicles, military equipment, aerospace and many other fields.

Aolithium LifePO4 Batteries is such a kind of batteries, which is built with Smart Bluetooth Mobile App, you can get any data you want in real time--safe and reliable power supply has been the trend of the future.



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