Benefits of LiFePO4 Marine Batteries
Lithium iron phosphate deep-cycle batteries provide an extended cycle life and ultra-low self-discharge rate. Other benefits include:
- Long life saves money
- 10 x faster-charging cycles than lead acid batteries or AGM batteries
- Reliable, high-performance cells for improved power capacity
- Less weight, typically half of a lead acid battery, so easier to carry and transport
- Constant voltage output over long periods
- Built-in Battery Management System (BMS)
- Zero maintenance
- Low carbon footprint: Non-liquid, non-corrosive, non-toxic
- UN38.3 IP56, 93/66/EEC, UL94-Vo, IMDG safety rating
- Easy install – drop-in replacement
Marine Lithium Batteries Main Features and Specifications
- 12V or 24V lightweight lithium batteries for marine applications
- 12 – 320 Ah or 154 – 3955 Wh
- Safest European battery technology
- Built-in fully automatic Battery Management System (BMS)
- ABS flame-resistant case complies with UL94-Vo
- Built-in thermal protection
- Voltage fluctuation protection
- Automatic cell equalisation
- 10 year warranty
Why Choose Eco Tree Lithium Batteries for Marine Applications
Eco Tree lithium batteries are lighter, more durable, and longer-lasting (3 x longer) than lead-acid batteries, with a higher level of power and performance. They are also environmentally friendly and safe, with a 10 year warranty.
How to Choose the Best Lithium Battery for Your Needs
Top factors when buying a lithium marine battery:
- Capacity (in Amp-hours)
- Charger compatibility
Are you unsure about which battery is best for your needs? Contact Eco Tree Lithium – we can help you determine the capacity and type of battery that will work best for your boat/marine application.
How long do lithium marine batteries last?
The lifespan of a lithium marine battery depends on several factors, such as frequency of use, how well it is maintained, and the conditions under which it is stored. However, a marine battery should last for several years with proper care.
Do lithium boat batteries require a special charger?
No, you can charge lithium boat batteries with a standard marine battery charger. Or direct engine charging and split charging using a fixed voltage alternator. However, consult your battery’s manufacturer for specific charging instructions, as some lithium batteries require a slower charge rate than others.