1280 Wh Rechargeable 12v 100Ah LiFePO4 Battery For RV
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||Wooden case/Carton|
|Delivery Time:||7-15 working days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||5000 units per Month|
|Battery Cell:||Lithium Battery||Unit Count:||1 Count|
Rechargeable 100Ah LiFePO4 Battery,
12v 100Ah LiFePO4 Battery,
LiFePO4 Battery For RV
12v 100Ah LiFePO4 Battery for RV
1: 10 YEAR WARRANTY
2: BUILT TO LAST
3: AUTOMATIC BMS AND MAINTENANCE-FREE
4: LIGHTWEIGHT AND VERSATILE
5: SAFE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIEDNLY
|Nominal energy||1280 Wh|
|Standard charge voltage||14.4V|
|Discharge cut-off voltage||10V|
|Standard charge current||20A|
|Allowed Max. charge current||100A|
|Allowed Max. Discharge current||100A|
Q:Can i use a 12v smart charger (2/4/8 amp)? it says it can charge agm or wet or gel, i don't see lithium ion on there, but this is fairly new charger
A: No no and NO! Don't listen to people who know NOTHING about lithium batteries and say things like "a low amp charge will be fine." I build 18650 battery packs and use Lipo (Lithium Polymer) packs extensively in our hobby. The Peak voltage is 14.8 for a liFePO4 battery, and lithium does NOT like a "float charge" it will destroy them. Thankfully when you see BMS they include a charge management system built into the battery so Mr "It'll be fiiiine" and "Slow charge won't hurt it" don't burn their garage to the ground.
Q2: My mobility scooter has two 12v 18ah agm batteries in series. will two weize lifepo4 12v 20ah batteries be compatible?
A2: If they fit where the old ones go then yes they are compatible. The Weize batteries are the same voltage so there’s no problem but you can’t charge lithium batteries with the AGM charger. You need a charger that is made specifically for lithium batteries.
Q3: Can these be used with a wing generator?
A3: Yes but you will need a Battery Charge Controller (BCC) with the same voltage (input) compatible with th output of your wing generator and BCC output matched voltage of the battery or battery bank. These are 12Vdc batteries for a single battery or multiple batteries in wired in parallel. You might also add multiple batteries in ‘series,’ where 2 batteries would give you 24Vdc or 3 = 36Vdc and so on. Some charge controllers also incorporate an inverter to provide 120Vac or you can use a separate inverter if you even need or want 120Vac in addition to the dc voltage
Q4: How about warranty?