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Power Your Travels With Reliable Lithium RV Batteries

Our lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries are designed to replace the most common lead-acid batteries sizes, so you can find the best deep cycle lithium batteries for your RV.


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Benefits of Lithium-ion Batteries for RVS

No Maintenance

Whether you need power on the water on the golf course, or in the city.
you can rely on our qualitylightweightdependable lithium ion batteries.

Technologically Slimmer

Aolithium lithium house batteries are ½ smaller in volume and 2/3 lighter in weight than lead-acid batteries, and are 3 to 5 times more energy denser. Meaning they will give the same amount of power in a smaller size and lower weight, leaving you with extra space to utilize.

Super Longer Lifespan

Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries are more reliable as they do not suffer from continuous deep cycles. They solve the hassle of replacing your batteries every few years thanks to their 3000-4000 deep cycles at 90% DOD compared to 300-500 cycles of lead-acid batteries.

Excellent Discharge Performance

They have superior current charge and discharge rate performance when using power demanding appliances, giving a stable voltage supply.

Low Energy Loss and High Energy Efficiency

Low battery discharging and BMS self-energy loss causes no influence on the Battery’s performance or life, giving you power without worry.

Environmentally Friendly

Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries do not contain heavy metals like cobalt or lead. No pollution caused from manufacturing and usage. They are made of landfill-safe components that are recyclable.

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4 Ways to Power Your Lithium RV

RVs, campers, and vans have two types of batteries. One is the starter battery or main battery, which is used to start the RV.
Keep in mind that main batteries do bot supply power to your RV’s household appliances.
For that purpose, a second battery is utilized to power your appliances such as air conditioner, hairdryer, microwave,
electric heater, fridge etc. This is the lithium deep cycle battery, also called a RV house battery, motorhome battery,
lithium leisure battery, the living battery or secondary battery. Aolithium lithium batteries are the deep cycle battery.

There are four ways to power RVs: Mains Charging, Drive Charging/Vehicle Alternator,
Solar Charging, and Fuel Generator Charging.

Main Charging

Your RV lithium batteries can be charged through external 110V/220V city power through a converter charger. You can also use RV shore power for your AC appliances while it charges your batteries as well.

Drive Charging / Vehicle Alternator

You can also charge your lithium batteries while driving by using the alternator on your RV. The alternator in a motorhome should automatically charge both the house and vehicle batteries. However, this method is time-consuming and tedious.
A DC to DC battery charger can significantly accelerate the charging process. This raises the charging amps from 5 to 20 amps, allowing your alternator to charge your house batteries more quickly.

Solar Charge

Solar panels are beneficial for long term use. You can set up solar panels to generate electricity and charge your batteries through an inverter and solar charge controller.

Fuel Generator Charging

When you have no AC source available and the sun isn’t there to charge your batteries either, time to take out your generator. Generators are a life-saving source of electricity when none other is available and only require fuel, gasoline or propane. They can power your AC appliances and can quickly charge your batteries.
Additionally, you can also use both solar and drive charging to charge the Battery faster.

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