YHKJ 12V 100-300Ah LiFePO4 ​Battery Pack 2500 Cycles Rechargeable Equipped with Power Display BMS System is Suitable for RV Propeller Solar Wind,12v,300ah


$1,705.64



◇[Lithium Iron Battery]: Equipped With 12V 100-300 Ah Deep Cycle Battery ,Long Life, Provides 3000 Cycles. Can Be Recycled And Will Not Produce Elements Harmful To The Environment. No Pollution To The Environment.
◇[Built-In BMS]: The 12V 100-300 Ah Battery Has Built-In BMS (Battery Management System) To Protect It From Overcharge, Over-Discharge, Over-Current.Extend Battery Life. Three Times Longer Than The Lead Acid Lifetime.
◇[Durability And Safety]: The 12V 100-300 Ah Lithium Iron Deep Cycle Battery With 10-Year Lifetime .Built-In High Temp Cut Off Prevents Charging Over, Comply With Battery Safety Guidelines.
◇[Widely Used]: As A Solar Energy Storage Cell. Power Supply For Household Batteries (Suitable For 12V Appliances). It Supplies Power For The Internal Circulation Of The Electric Appliances Of The RV. Meet The Daily Power Supply Needs. Suitable For Long-Distance Travel, Meeting The Power Supply Needs Of Yachts, Cameras, Golf Cart, Medical Devices And Motor Homes.Air Conditioner.Car Audio Battery.
◇[Capacity Expansion& After-sales]: The 12V 100-300 Ah Battery Can Be Connected In Parallels And In Series For Larger Capacity And Voltage. Connect In Series: Up To 2 Identical Batteries For Up To 24V.Parallels: Can Connect Multiple Batteries.(No More Than 4pcs Be Better). Fast Delivery. Professional Technical Team And Customer Service. If You Have Any Questions, You Can Contact Us Directly.

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