12v 10ah lithium ion battery (Lifepo4), Rechargeable Battery
The 12V 10Ah battery (LiFePO4) is a high performance battery for a variety of applications. It uses advanced lithium-iron phosphate technology to provide reliable and long-lasting energy storage. Twice the power, half the weight and four times the life of sealed lead-acid batteries.
This battery’s 12V voltage is suitable for many devices and systems, such as solar systems, power tools, electric vehicles and emergency backup power. It has a high capacity of 10Ah and can provide stable power output for a long time.
World-leading, first-class, eleven-year manufacturer’s warranty against defects
10 Amp Hours. LiFePO4 batteries provide stable power for all 10 amp hours. LiFePO4 batteries have a flat voltage curve, which means they have a stable power output when the battery is discharged. The power output does not drop off as dramatically as it does with similarly sized SLA batteries.
Suitable for harsh environments. Better than SLA or other lithium. -20°F minimum, +120°F maximum optimal operating temperature (battery performs well down to -20°F). Avoid charging below 32°F.
LIFE CYCLE (BATTERY LIFE)
Up to 80% capacity and up to 2,000 cycles under recommended conditions. A typical SLA has 500 cycles. 12v lifepo4 lithium batteries have such a long life that they cost a fraction of the price per use of conventional batteries.
INCLUDES ACTIVE BMS PROTECTION
Includes circuitry to handle cell balancing, low voltage cutoff, high voltage cutoff, short circuit protection and high temperature protection for improved performance and longer life.
20A max continuous, 50A max 300 ms pulse. 9.0V max discharge, 11.0V max recommended discharge. For maximum life, recommended discharge rate is 1-5 amps. Flat discharge voltage profile provides 75% greater capacity than 10Ah SLA batteries.
How long will a 10ah battery last?
The duration a 10Ah (ampere-hour) battery will last depends on the current draw of the device it powers. Ampere-hours represent the capacity of the battery, which means a 10Ah battery can theoretically provide 10 amps of current for one hour, 1 amp for 10 hours, 0.1 amp (100mA) for 100 hours, and so on.
To calculate the actual runtime of a device using a 10Ah battery, you need to know the current consumption of the device. Let’s say the device draws 1 amp of current:
Runtime = Battery capacity / Current draw Runtime = 10Ah / 1A Runtime = 10 hours
In this example, the 10Ah battery would last approximately 10 hours when powering a device that draws 1 amp of current continuously.
Keep in mind that real-world factors like battery efficiency, discharge rate, and voltage level fluctuations can affect the actual runtime. Additionally, if the device’s current draw varies over time (e.g., it uses more power during certain tasks), the battery life will vary accordingly.
Lithium instead of lead-acid
Lithium Iron Phosphate
BMS Intelligent Protection