Customized12v 100ah RV Solar Battery 12v Lifepo4 Battery
|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, Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||5000 units per Month|
|Name:||RV Solar Battery||Type:||LiFePO4|
|Application:||Marine, Medical Equipments/Power Tools/vacuum Cleaner/electric Tools, Golf Trolley, Golf Cart/ Solar System/ RV, EV/UPS/Solar System|
100ah RV Solar Battery,
Customized12v RV Solar Battery,
12v 100ah Solar Battery
Customized 12v Lifepo4 Battery 12v 100ah RV Solar Battery
1. Built To Last: TPE LiFePO4 batteries last so long and cost less to use.
2. Built Smarter: All TPE Lithium Batteries include Battery Management System (BMS) technology.
3. Built To Safe: Control cell balancing, low and high voltage cutoff, and short-circuiting.
4. Higher Efficiency
|Battery Pack Internal Resistance||≤50mΩ|
|Charge Stop Voltage||14.6v|
|Standard Charging Current||30A|
|Maximum Continuous Charging Current||100A|
|Maximum Series Voltage is Supported||51.2v (12.8v*4)|
Q1: Should I leave RV battery connected when plugged in?
A1: If you leave your RV battery plugged in after it's fully charged, it can deplete the cells' electrolyte levels
Q2: What is the best way to keep RV batteries charged?
A2: Plug Your RV Into Shore Power Or Generator
Q3: How can I tell if my RV battery is bad?
A3: The first step is to check the voltage. A voltage below the marked level might indicate the need to replace the batteries.
Q4: Should RV battery disconnect be on positive or negative?
A4: Negative. A battery disconnect switch can be installed on the negative or positive leads of a battery and it will effectively disconnect the whole circuit. However, installing the switch on the negative lead adds additional safety.
Q5: Why do RV batteries lose water?
A5: RV batteries are typically flooded batteries with removable caps. Over time, the charging process will boil off the water in the flooded cells. Batteries can also lose water through evaporation.