Lithium iron phosphate battery

LiFePO4 batteries (lithium iron phosphate) – Top-tier energy storage solution with exceptional deep cycle performance and reliability. Ideal for boats, RVs, cabins, and solar-powered vehicles. Discover the ultimate batteries for your energy needs today!

The advantages of LiFePO4 batteries (LFP battery)

  • LiFePO4 battery 70% lighter than Lead Lithium. —Batteries average 70% lighter than the same size Lead acid battery.
  • LiFePO4 battery long Life 3000 – 5000 cycles —About 3000 charge / discharge cycles, VS 300 of Lead acid batteries.
  • Lithium iron phosphate battery 100% depth of discharge (DOD)— Can be discharged to 100% of the rated capacity VS 70% Lead acid batteries.
  • Built in battery protection — Every LFP battery comes with a built in battery protection system designed to protect and maintain the battery LiFePO4 cells.
  • LiFePO4 battery packs fast charging & low self-discharge.
  • LiFePO4 battery safety, environment friendly, pollution-free.

FAQs about LiFePO4 Battery

LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) batteries are a type of deep cycle lithium-ion rechargeable battery known for their high energy density, long lifespan, and enhanced safety characteristics. They use lithium iron phosphate as the cathode material, which offers several advantages over other types of phosphate-based lithium-ion battery.
Yes, LiFePO4 batteries are considered safe due to their stable chemistry and thermal stability. They are less prone to thermal runaway, overheating, and fire risks compared to some other lithium-ion chemistries.
The advantages of LiFePO4 batteries include enhanced safety, long cycle life, high thermal stability, fast charging capability, high power density, environmental friendliness, low self-discharge rate, and maintenance-free operation. These features make them well-suited for a wide range of applications, including electric vehicles, renewable energy storage systems, backup power systems, and portable electronics.
LiFePO4 batteries are commonly used in a variety of applications, including electric vehicles (EVs), solar energy storage systems, marine propulsion, RVs, backup power systems, and portable electronics.
Yes, LiFePO4 batteries can be used as a drop-in replacement for lead-acid batteries in many applications. They offer several advantages over lead-acid batteries, including higher energy density, longer cycle life, and faster charging capabilities.
Yes, Himassi 12.8V LiFePO4 batteries can be used in both series and parallel configurations to achieve higher voltage or capacity. When setting up battery configurations, it’s crucial to follow safety precautions and best practices to prevent overcharging, over-discharging, or imbalance between batteries. Using a battery management system (BMS) can help monitor and manage the performance of the batteries in series or parallel configurations, ensuring safe and efficient operation. Please contact HIMAX’s team for guidance if it is necessary.
Yes, our LFP batteries meet the IEC 62619 standard. We currently offer popular LiFePO4 12.8V 120AH, 12.8V 200AH, and 25.6V 230Ah batteries that complied with IEC 62619, suitable for applies with RVs, caravans, etc…
LiFePO4 batteries require specific charging algorithms and voltage limits to ensure safe and efficient charging. It’s recommended to use a charger designed for LiFePO4 batteries to prevent overcharging and optimize performance.
LiFePO4 batteries have a longer lifespan compared to many other types of batteries, typically lasting for several years or thousands of charge-discharge cycles. The exact lifespan depends on factors such as usage patterns, operating conditions, and maintenance practices.
Yes, LiFePO4 batteries can be stored for long periods without use, thanks to their low self-discharge rate. However, it’s essential to store them in a cool, dry place and maintain their state of charge within the recommended range to maximize shelf life.
Yes, Lithium iron phosphate battery are more environmentally friendly than some other types of batteries because they do not contain toxic heavy metals such as cobalt or nickel. Additionally, they are recyclable, allowing for the recovery of valuable materials and reducing waste sent to landfills.

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