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Liacon launches new 12 V  lithium iron phosphate battery

German battery manufacturer Liacon has released its new Group 31 lithium iron phosphate (LFP) 12.8 V, 150 Ah battery. 

Liacon’s LFP battery is designed to replace Group 31 lead-acid batteries for deep-cycle applications such as renewable energy storage, recreational vehicles and marine, according to the company. With 1,000 cranking amps, it can also start diesel engines, making it a flexible solution for a range of power applications. 

Unlike traditional lithium-ion batteries, Liacon’s LFP batteries don’t contain heavy metals such as cobalt and nickel, nor do they contain lead, making them a sustainable battery solution for end users.

“Our new LFP battery’s design makes it easy to use in a variety of applications, delivering superior performance and safety, as well as a lower total cost of ownership over the lifetime of the application, compared to lead-acid batteries,” said Philip M. Meek, CEO of Liacon.


Source: Liacon

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