6AH 12V LiFePO4
This 6AH 12V LiFePO4 series connection capable battery packs a big punch. Engineered with Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) technology this battery has twice the power, half the weight, and lasts 4 times longer than a sealed lead acid battery – providing exceptional lifetime value. Combine 2 for 24 Volts or 4 for a 48 Volt system. ideal for industrial purposes where you need a long lifespan battery that charges quickly, or for outdoor uses like hiking or camping where weight is at a premium.
Best Battery IP65 Waterproof Box
These ip65 waterproof battery box are made from hard plastics that ensure better durability and are strong enough to protect items kept inside them.
The energy ratio of lithium iron phosphate battery is 2 times that of lead-acid battery, it is the best lead-acid replacement battery, its weight is only half of lead-acid battery, it is currently the lightest lithium-ion battery.
Keheng battery responsible for summarizing and displaying all the data and fault diagnosis information. performing alarm&protection functions to ensure system safety.
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Keheng lithium battery adopts high-quality 100% brand-new A-level battery cells, such as LISHENG, CATL, etc., and the BMS protection plate is fixed by automobile-level hardware brackets.
- Solar/wind Energy storage system
- Golf carts
- Recreational Vehicles(RVs)
- Marine machine
- UPS Backup power system
- Solar street light
12V lithium battery is mainly used in which fields
Solar lighting industry, such as solar street lights, solar insecticidal lights, solar garden lights, solar energy storage power, etc.;
In the electric toy industry, such as electric remote control cars, electric robots, etc., many electric toys also choose 12V lithium batteries;
Mobile lighting industry, such as xenon lamps, high-power LED flashlights, diving lights, searchlights, etc.;
In the field of power tools, such as electric screwdrivers, electric drills, electric scissors, etc.;
Batteries in series and parallel
The main difference in wiring batteries in series vs. parallel is the impact on the output voltage and the capacity of the battery system. Batteries wired in series will have their voltages added together. Batteries wired in parallel will have their capacities (measured in amp-hours) added together.