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Trojan Battery releases Trillium line of Li-ion replacement batteries

Trojan Battery, a supplier of deep-cycle electric batteries, has released a new line of lithium-ion batteries to replace existing lead-acid ones. The new Trillium batteries have a life expectancy of over 5,000 cycles.

They come in 3 sizes and work in lots of situations that require deep-cycle batteries, such as utility vehicles and other heavy-duty equipment.

Ivan Menjak, Trojan’s Director of Global Product Solutions, said the batteries are a better economical choice.

“We have incorporated industry-standard 26650-size lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cells and the highest-capacity cell configuration to provide market-leading cycle life and energy density,” he said. “This allows for lower initial cost of energy as well as decreased total cost of ownership over the life of the battery.”

The batteries are compatible with 12 V, 24 V, 36 V and 48 V systems, and can also be used in most lead-acid chargers.

Source: Trojan Battery via Green Car Congress

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