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Power Tool Lithium Batteries Manufacturer Wholesale

Redway Power

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Redway Power leads the industry in crafting Power Tool Lithium Batteries, purpose-built for cordless power tools. These rechargeable lithium-ion batteries are designed for drills, saws, impact drivers, and other portable devices, offering high energy density, lightweight construction, and an extended lifespan.

Redway's Power Tool Lithium Batteries empower professionals and DIY enthusiasts with a reliable and efficient power source, enabling greater mobility and flexibility in various tasks. With quick charging capabilities, Redway Power ensures minimal downtime, allowing users to work efficiently and unleash the full potential of their cordless power tools in a manner that is both powerful and sustainable.

Power Tool Lithium Batteries Wholesale
Redway LiFePO4 Lithium Batteries offer superior longevity and reliability, lasting 10-15 years with over 4000 cycles. Lighter than lead-acid batteries, they provide ample power for diverse applications like golf carts, RVs, and solar lights. Customization options cater to specific needs, while advanced features like Bluetooth connectivity and Battery Level Indicators enhance functionality. Integrated with a smart BMS system, they ensure seamless compatibility with leading inverters for optimal performance and safety.

What is the wholesale price of lithium battery?

You can click contact us or phone call us. We will give you multiple options of price.

Is Redway Power a trading company or factory?

Redway Power is a company with its own factory, integrating research, development, production, and sales.

How about the quality of Redway's LiFePo4 Battery product?

Redway Power boasts over 12 years of experience in LiFePO4 battery production and is an authorized supplier for CATL and BYD.

Can you do an OEM/ODM project?

Yes, we have engineers available to assist in designing and developing any related products.

What’s your MOQ?

MOQ varies according to battery voltage and capacity.

What payment terms can we accept?

We accept TT/Paypal/West Union, etc.


How to retrofit a cordless tool with different batteries?

To retrofit a cordless tool with different batteries, follow these steps: 1. Open the battery case of the tool. 2. Remove the old battery pack. 3. Replace it with a compatible battery. 4. Ensure proper wiring and functionality. Remember to follow manufacturer guidelines and safety precautions for a successful retrofitting process.
  1. Open the Battery Case:
    The first step in retrofitting a cordless tool is to open the battery case. This requires removing any screws or fasteners that hold the case together. Care should be taken to avoid damaging the tool or the battery case during this process.
  2. Remove the Old Battery Pack:
    Once the battery case is open, the next step is to remove the old battery pack. This typically involves disconnecting any wiring or connectors that attach the battery pack to the tool. It is important to handle the old battery pack properly and dispose of it according to local regulations.
  3. Replace with a Compatible Battery:
    After removing the old battery pack, it is time to replace it with a compatible battery. This may involve finding a battery that fits the dimensions and voltage requirements of the tool. It is important to ensure that the new battery is compatible with the tool to avoid any potential damage or safety hazards.
  4. Ensure Proper Wiring and Functionality:
    Once the new battery is installed, it is essential to check the wiring and functionality of the tool. This may involve reconnecting any wiring or connectors that were disconnected earlier. It is advisable to follow manufacturer guidelines and safety precautions to ensure proper functionality and avoid any potential risks.

Are Lithium Batteries Safe in Power Tools?

When used, transported, or stored incorrectly, lithium batteries pose a serious safety risk to health and safety. To minimise the risk of flash burns, explosions, and exposure to hazardous chemicals, businesses that use lithium-ion powered devices should provide their workers with information, training, and instructions.

Are Lithium Batteries Safe in Power Tools?

What is the Life Expectancy of Lithium Ion Batteries for Power Tools?

A lithium ion battery for power tools usually has a life cycle of 300-500 cycles, which is about 2-3 years. This indicates the number of times a battery can be charged before losing its ability to retain a charge. Li-Ion batteries are usually able to be charged at least 300 times before they need to be replaced.

Should Lithium-Ion Power Tool Batteries be Fully Charged Before Storing?

Can you store lithium-ion power tool batteries without fully charging them? In fact, lithium-ion batteries are extended if they go into storage partly charged – but it is important to remember that cells are negatively affected when they are stored at a very low level of charge or if they are fully charged.

Should Lithium-Ion Power Tool Batteries be Fully Charged Before Storing?

Can Power Tool Batteries be Stored in the Garage?

It is usually a good idea to store power tool batteries in the garage. The only time it is not the best idea is when it comes to temperature.

Can I Leave Power Tool Batteries on Chargers?

Batteries leak power over time. The charger may turn on briefly after a few hours in order to keep the battery at full charge. The older the battery, the more often it cycles. Batteries stored at maximum voltage will have a shorter life expectancy.

Can I Leave Power Tool Batteries on Chargers?

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