Discover Battery Unveils new LiFePO4 Battery Series

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Discover Battery, a British Columbia, Canada-based designer, manufacturer and distributor of battery solutions for range of industries, has launched its Lithium Blue LiFePO4 Battery Series for the recreational marine industry.

The batteries are a major upgrade from lead-acid counterparts, according to Discover. They are half the weight, recharge up to five times faster and can be charged at any time without affecting capacity or overall performance. And a lithium battery has been shown to last up to 10 times longer than its AGM, deep-cycle counterpart.

In addition, the lithium iron phosphate batteries charge up to two times faster than standard lithium power.

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The batteries can be monitored on connected devices via the Lithium Blue app, which gives users 24/7 access to battery state of charge, voltage, operating current, temperature and diagnostic details.

The batteries are available in standard BCI G24 and GC12 sizes in 12-volt models for deep-cycle boat applications; in addition, 12-volt, 24-volt and 36-volt models are available for trolling motor applications.

The batteries can also be paralleled for greater capacity and longer runtimes.

Discover Battery president Lee Adams summarized the advantages in a statement: “While lithium batteries are more expensive than lead-acid batteries to purchase initially, they deliver a lower total ownership cost,” said Adams. “It takes two lead-acid batteries to equal the usable capacity of one Lithium Blue, which lasts the same life as up to ten sets of the same lead-acid batteries.

“Boaters double their initial cost of a lead acid battery to get a lithium battery, however, they repeat the purchase up to ten times over replacing old batteries to get the same usable capacity of just one... Lithium Blue battery,” Adams said.

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