At present, there are about 7 popular RV types, which can be divided into two categories: Moterhome and Trailer. Moterhome refers to an integrated RV, the cockpit and the space behind the car are connected. Moterhome will be divided into Class A, Class B and Class C. The Trailer does not have a cockpit, which means […]
The disposal or recycling of LiFePO4 batteries remains a key environmental issue. Not only is LiFePO4 battery recycling the responsible and safe thing to do, it also yields a number of benefits. Why Recycle LiFePO4 Batteries? Let’s take a quick look at why it’s important to recycle LiFePO4 batteries. Here are some of the reasons
How to do RV battery charging? This is a ‘simple’ but actually not ‘simple’ question. We all know that there are 2 main types of batteries for RVs. One is the starter battery, which is the battery we use to start the RV, and will not participate in the electricity consumption of other equipment in the RV;
Due to being one of the most resilient and long-lasting battery chemistries available, LiFePO4 chemistry lithium cells have been popular for a variety of applications in recent years. If properly tended for, they can endure ten years or longer. But there is some information about lithium-ion phosphate properties(LiFePO4), that people always mix it up with
What is grade A LiFePO4 battery cells? What are LiFePO4 battery cell grades? How do manufacturers use cell grades in the manufacturing of batteries? How do the different grades affect the quality of a battery? When the battery cell manufacturers produce the same batch of cells, they will be classified according to the battery’s discharge test
Screw terminal vs welding terminal battery, which is the best option? Unless there is no special requirement, we recommend that customers purchase studs terminal LiFePO4 batteries. Laser welding screw bolts LiFePO4 battery enable easy connection and DIY, helps save your time. Screw Terminal vs Studs Terminal LiFePO4 Battery More vendors starting to sell cells without
Swollen LiFePO4 batteries are the result of too much current inside a cell of the battery, which causes a build-up of heat and gas. This can be caused by overcharging, deep discharge, overheating to battery or manufacturer defects, or environmental reasons. In this article, we discuss why that happens and how you can prevent that.
Precautions for LiFePO4 Batteries Charging Be sure to READ and FOLLOW these important precautions for LiFePO4 batteries charging: NEVER charge LiFePO4 batteries with a charger not specifically compatible with LiFePO4 batteries! When the cell is first used, it MUST be fully charged and discharged for activating it and giving fully capacity. Always charge LiFePo4 batteries