Leading the Lithium Charge

Faster, Less Frequent Charging

Lithium iron Phosphate is 50% lighter than lead, when compared to usable amp hour capacity 20% more efficient, and lasts up to six times as long. The difference comes from lithium's ability to discharge to 70% depth for 3,000 cycles @ 33c, whereas lead can typically discharge to 50% depth for 500 cycles @ 33c, 80%  depth for 180 cycles@ 33c
Our Evo-180 can sustain 120a charge and 150a continuous discharge rates without breaking a sweat. Since  lithium has no absorption stage, you can charge the battery bank full speed right to the end. This reduces generator run time, increases fuel efficiency (up to 96% in real-world testing), More importantly, you get to turn the generator off sooner, and keep it off longer.  Leave the noise back home.
Why Lithium-ion Phosphate Batteries?

 

  •    Safe technology that will not catch fire or explode with overcharge

  •    Half the weight of an equivalent capacity, lead acid battery

  •    Over 3,000 deep discharge cycles, compared to typically around 500 for lead acid

  •    Double the usable capacity of similar amp, hour-lead acid batteries

  •    Virtually flat discharge curve ensures maximum power is available until fully discharged (no "voltage sag" as with lead acid        batteries).   

  •    Unlike lead acid batteries, lithium batteries can be left in a partially discharged state for extended periods, without causing          permanent damage

  •    Extremely low self-discharge rate (unlike lead acid which will go flat quite quickly if left sitting for long periods)

  •    Does not suffer from "thermal runaway" 

  •    Can be used safely in high ambient temperatures of up to 43 degrees celsius, without any degradation in performance

  •    12.8V nominal, 11.4V maximum discharge, 14.4V maximum charge voltage

  •    Can be connected in parallel for higher capacity

  •    Absolutely maintenance free for the life of the battery

  •    Does not contain any toxic heavy metals such as lead and cadmium, nor any corrosive acids or alkalis thus making LiFeP04      batteries the most environmentally friendly battery chemistry available