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Redway offers a diverse range of LiFePO4 RV Batteries to cater to your varied needs. As a leading manufacturer in this domain, we provide lithium ion batteries, deep cycle lithium ion batteries, and specialized lithium ion batteries tailored for specific applications.
Our seasoned team of battery experts is committed to assisting you in choosing the optimal LiFePO4 RV Battery design that aligns with your unique battery application requirements. We leverage the appropriate manufacturing processes to ensure precision and reliability in crafting each battery solution.
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Custom LiFePO4 RV Batteries
12V 75Ah Group 24
12V 100Ah Group 24
12V 150Ah Group 31
Lithium RV batteries are lighter, more efficient, and have a higher energy density than lead-acid batteries, making them the perfect choice for RVs. Additionally, they have a longer lifespan, are more reliable, and can handle more deep discharge cycles without losing capacity.
Updating to a Lithium Battery System requires removing and replacing the present slide-out Lead/Acid Converter/Charger Section with one designed to charge Lithium Batteries.
If your RV has an older single-stage converter/charger installed, you should seriously consider replacing it. These converters can shorten the lifespan of your batteries.
Typically, a generator will also charge your battery through the converter or inverter chargers. The wattage of the generator will depend on the power you need. Generators are a great way to charge and supplement your lithium batteries!
It is not uncommon for electricity to arc from the wire to something around it and start an electrical fire. This isn't the most likely scenario, but it isn't unheard of. If you disconnect your RV battery, you can prevent a lot of problems.
When you completely drain an RV battery, what happens? If your battery has been drained beyond 80%, there is a good chance it is damaged and will no longer hold a charge like it used to. You should not drain your deep-cycle battery beyond 50% of its full capacity before recharging it.