Below is our complete list. Some of the bigger capacity batteries requires assembly upon orders. This will normally take around 2-3 days turn around time to complete the order for bigger capacities. Please call us or chat with us for enquiries if you can’t find the LiFePO4 model in our website.
We use Class A prismatic cells with 100% charge & discharge currents.
These LiFePO4 cells come from one of the top three largest and most reputable lithium manufacturer’s in China – GANFENG Lithium.
Ganfeng LithiumGroup covers a wide swath of the lithium battery supply chain, from lithium resource development, refining and processing to battery manufacturing to battery recycling. it’s the Company’s products are widely used in electric vehicles, energy storage, 3C products, chemicals and pharmaceuticals. The Group’s lithium resources are located across the globe and it is the only Company in the lithium industry that has the commercial scale technologies to extract lithium from brine, ore and recycled materials. The Groups lithium compound capacity ranks third worldwide and first in China, and is the worlds largest lithium metal producer. The Group has complete battery manufacturing and recycling technology, providing sustainable value-added solutions to battery manufacturers and electric vehicle manufacturers.
Use only a lithium specific charger. Our BWB LiFePO4 Battery requires constant charging. Before you use your LiFePO4 battery, please charge it up until it gets full. First time charging may take longer but succeeding charges will be faster. Note that different voltage requires different max input/charge voltage.
Voltage 12V – Standard Voltage 12.8V
Max Input Voltage 14.6V
Discharge Cut-Off 10V
Voltage 24V – Standard Voltage 25.6V
Max Input Voltage 29.2V
Discharge Cut-Off 20V
Voltage 36V – Standard Voltage 38.4V
Max Input Voltage 43.8V
Discharge Cut-Off 30V
Voltage 48V – Standard Voltage 51.2V
Max Input Voltage 58.4V
Discharge Cut-Off 40V
PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY TO PROTECT YOUR BATTERY AND MAXIMIZE PERFORMANCE & BATTERY LIFE:
Fully charge the battery before use. (e.g., 12V battery max charge is 14.6V)
Charge up to Maximum charge voltage. Check below for model type:
Voltage/ Battery Model
Max Input Voltage
Discharge Cut-Off Voltage
A smart charger will indicate a green light once battery has been fully charged.
üBattery cells are brand new and only has 25% power. First time charging will take longer to fully charge up to maximum charge voltage as indicated above (Maximum charge voltage details). Succeeding charges will be faster.
üUsing a battery charger with a specific Lithium charge algorithm is the best option for maximum performance and lifespan of any lithium battery.
üBattery can be charged using AC/DC, DC/DC and/or Solar Charger.
üAnderson plugs are 50A max capacity. Both Anderson plugs can be used for input/output. For current of more than 50A, please use the regular +/- terminals.
üCigarette lighter socket has 10A maximum input & output.
üWhen storing for a long period, you may only charge the battery to 50%. No need to fully charge it.
üIf charging the battery using solar panel, it may take longer to fully charge it depending on the size of the solar panel. To give you an idea, a 200W solar panel may only charge a maximum of 10A per hour for 5 hours (50A/Day) on a good sunny day.
Please do not use the battery once it cuts-off. If battery goes flat, kindly unplug any equipment and recharge the battery until it fully charges before using.
Warranty: This battery comes with 24 months warranty. Please DO NOT OPEN the battery box for whatever reason as it will VOID the warranty and we are not responsible for any DAMAGE/s it may cause.
Alternator: Most factory alternators can sufficiently charge our LiFePO4 Battery. You can use our Lithium Relay or a DC/DC charger with Lithium option. Learn more about our LITHIUM RELAY.
Inverter: Most inverters have a battery type switch that can either be selected to AGM for the closest setting to lithium or have a custom voltage setting that can be programmed to optimize your lithium battery.
AC/DC or Solar Charger: You can set your chargers voltage to lithium. Please take note of your battery voltage type to manually set the voltage. Like for a 12V system, the max charge voltage is 14.6V. Learn more about our LITHIUM CHARGERS.
No. The BMS cuts off the battery supply when 90% of its power has been used. When this happens, simply charge back the battery. It’s best recommended you use at least a minimum of 10A lithium charger so that it activates the BMS quicker. Always remember that BMS also protects your battery from over-discharge. Attempting to use the battery after it has cut-off may take longer time to reactivate when recharging.
Our BWB lithium Iron LiFePO4 battery technology will provide you with up to 3000 cycles for Electric Vehicles & up to 8000 cycles for Electronic Storage Systems still provide over 80% of usable capacity.
We don’t recommend you lay it either sideways or upside down. The lithium cells have pressure release valve which helps protects the cells when extreme pressure is happening and/or any excess of electrolytes may need released. To keep the battery safe, healthy, lasts longer and away from possible damage, keep it standing upright for maximum performance.
We build our LiFePO4 batteries in Australia. Major battery components are sourced directly from only the best manufacturers with reputable background and experience. This means you will be buying the best quality product for your lithium battery needs.
We have been in the battery business in China for more than 30 years now. We know exactly where to source all of the best quality components, from Lithium cells to BMS including cables, etc. We partner directly with the best companies in the China. No Middle Man. Therefore, it makes our BWB LiFePO4 products more affordable and high quality.
Disclaimer: We would like to thank Blue Sea Systems for this article below. You can find more of their electrical system frequently asked questions in their website.
Choosing the right wire size for your DC electrical project is important, since a wire that is too small can overheat and possibly start a fire. The American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) publishes charts with valuable detail to help experienced boatbuilders and installers determine what wire size they need. Although these charts are an excellent resource, they are a bit intimidating. This technical brief distills the information on these charts to a more manageable size for installers and boatowners alike.
Quality marine wire, as specified by ABYC standards, will always be stranded rather than solid, and always tin-plated copper. In addition, the DC Wire Selection Chart shown below assumes a wire insulation rating of 105°C. A lower rating will decrease the current-carrying capacity of the wire.
To use the chart included with this technical brief, follow the instructions below.
Choosing the correct wire
A Locate the CURRENT IN AMPS of your appliance across the top of the chart. Most electrical products include a rating label, or you can find the amperage rating in the documentation that came with the product.
B Find circuit LENGTH IN FEET along the left side of the chart. Note that the total length of the circuit is the roundtrip distance from power source (usually the battery) to the product and back.
C Select the CIRCUIT TYPE. Allowable voltage drop is based on whether a circuit is critical or non-critical.
Critical circuits, with 3% allowable voltage drop, include
Panel main feeders
Non-critical circuits, with 10% allowable voltage drop, include
Follow down the column until you find your circuit’s LENGTH IN FEET.
D Intersect CURRENT IN AMPS with LENGTH IN FEET to identify the wire size.
Example: A windlass rated 80A is 25’ from the battery. Circuit length is 50’, circuit type is ‘non-critical’, and correct wire size is 4 AWG.
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Although this process uses information from ABYC E-11 to recommend wire size and circuit protection, it may not cover all of the unique characteristics that may exist on a boat. If you have specific questions about your installation please consult an ABYC certified installer.
The Circuit Wizard, at circuitwizard.bluesea.com, is a resource for a more detailed treatment of wire size selection for DC circuits. It allows you to input detailed information including wire insulation temperature rating and other derating factors. The Circuit Wizard is easy to use, and is accessible from any computer with an Internet connection.