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LiFePO4 12V 280Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery

LiFePO4 12V 280Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery

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SKU: US-L13080202071-1

·Lightweight & Easy Installation ECO-WORTHY 280Ah LiFePO4 Battery is lighter than Lead-Acid battery with the same capacity. Our 280Ah LiFePO4 battery weight is 61.7 lbs, only 1/3 of Lead-Acid battery. More convenient carrying, many mount directions, no leakage risk, safer usage.
·Charger recommendation This 12V 280Ah LiFePO4 battery takes 14 hours to charge with 12V 20A LiFePO4 battery charger, about 6 hours to charge with 600w solar panel, and 14 hours to charge with 20A DC generator.
·Application ECO-WORTHY 280Ah lithium iron phosphate battery has 3584Wh of energy, which can be expanded to 57.3kwh with 4 in series and 4 in parallel, perfect for RV, solar off-Grid system, boat, camper, marine, travel trailer, motor homes, etc.
·Capacity expansion & BMS It can be connected in parallel. Parallel connection is unlimited. It can support fast charging or solar panel charging. Built-in 200A BMS, protect it from overcharge, over-discharge, charge over-current, discharge over-current, short-circuit, cell voltage self balance, high-temp discharge cut off.
·Long Lifetime ECO-WORTHY 280Ah lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery can be charged and discharged in 6000+ deep cycles, which is 3 times longer than lead-acid battery.
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ECO-WORTHY LiFePO4 12V Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery has twice the power, half the weight, and lasts 8 times longer than a sealed lead acid battery, no maintenance, extremely safe and very low toxicity for environment. Our line of LiFePO4 offer a solution to demanding applications that require a lighter weight, longer life and higher capacity battery.

Customer Reviews

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Thomas Lambie
Tom

Received the battery fairly quickly as promise I believe it is going to be perfect for my needs

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Jean
Research

I would like to buy 12 of the batteries to build my off-grid solar system, but I don't really know if it would be a good choice. Any help, please?

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Customer
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I didn't include a battery picture with my last review. As you can see, with no Sun, my panels are working.

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Customer
These batteries hold a lot of juice

I installed 2 of these in series and decided I needed more storage. I wired two sets in parallel and then wired those in series. I wanted them to be within 0.05% charge, so I used a small cigarette plug inverter to power a lightbulb to drain the highest charged battery. After wiring in parallel, I put the pairs in series. There was about a 0.3v difference. With 560ah, it took some time to drain them down. I got them wired and online and by the next day, the Eco-Worthy battery balancer had them matched.

I have 10 Eco-Worthy 195w bifacial panels laying flat on the roof of my motorhome. They arrived with the boxes mangled and a few dings. I almost refused them when the delivery driver rolled them out of her truck. My wife and I spent 2 hours testing them. I contacted Eco-Worthy and they sent me enough cable for the job for keeping the panels. A win-win. We tested 2 panels upside down and the voltage was the same. Makes me wish I could angle my panels.

The other day, before the two additional batteries, my motorhome parked E-W at around 3:00 in the afternoon, I was seeing 1.56kw. I have all this power and no way to use it. I ran the heat pump both ways and my hybrid inverter (not Eco-Worthy) was using 900 watts for the heat pump and was still putting 3 amps into the batteries. Our house refrigerator went on the blink and we utilized the RV reefer which uses about 700 watts. The batteries stayed charged even though many days were overcast.

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Wallace Erikson
Upgrade to Lithium

My old lead acid batteries finally went bad so instead of just replacing them with new lead acid batteries, I made the switch to Lithium. Flipped a switch on my converter/charger and installation of the LiFePO4 12V 280Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery was straight forward and completed in a few hours. Working as expected and get nearly 3 times the usable power in a single package.