The Renogy 12V 170AH Lithium-Iron Phosphate Battery is perfect for deep-cycle applications including cabins, solar/wind energy systems, UPS battery backups, telecommunication systems, medical equipment, and more. Unlike gel or lead-acid batteries, the Renogy LFP battery is safer, lighter, and more powerful with a long service and shelf life to boot. Invest in this sealed, maintenance-free battery for your off-grid system today!
Note: Please be aware that if the batteries' Battery Management System (BMS) is activated and the battery voltage shows 0V, you must use a compatible Li charger to reactivate our Li batteries.
Note: Make sure to tightly screw the battery terminals in, having loose battery terminals will cause the terminals to build up heat resulting in damage to the battery.
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- BMS Protection
- Low Self-Discharge
- Triplex Sealed Construction
- Patent Designed Construction
Renogy Lithium-Iron Phosphate Battery 12 Volt 170Ah
|Nominal Voltage:12.8V||Energy Density:149.1Wh/L|
|Rated Capacity (0.2C):170Ah||Internal Resistance:≤10mΩ|
|Minimal Rated Capacity (0.2C):161.5Ah||Cycle Life (0.2C, 20±5°C):80% DOD 2000 cycles|
|Charging Parameters||Discharging Parameters|
|Charge Voltage:14.4 ± 0.2V||Maximum Continuous Discharge Current:125A|
|Maximum Charge Current:85A||Discharge Cut-off Voltage:≥10V|
|Charge Cut-off Voltage:14.6V|
|Temperature Parameters Operation Temperature Range||Temperature Parameters Storage Temperature Range|
|Charge: 32~113℉ / 0～45℃||Less Than 1 Year: 32~77℉ / 0~25℃|
|Discharge: -4~140℉ / -20～60℃||Less Than 3 Months: 14~95℉ / -10~35℃|
|Recommended: 73.4 ± 9℉ / 23 ± 5℃|
|Length: 357mm / 14.0 inch||Weight: 22 kg / 48.5 lbs.|
|Width: 155mm / 6.1 inch||Housing Material: ABS+PC|
|Height: 270mm / 10.6 inch||Terminal Model: M12x1.75x16mm
|Cell Model: IFR26650-3.4AH||Assembly Method: 4S53P|
|Accessories||5-year prorated warranty|
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I have had these batteries 6months I purchase n hindsight I would have also got the Renogy 3000w inverter changer as well but I had already purchased a Victron one along with Victron controllers 2x 100/50 and 1x 100/30. I have nothing really to compare them to and they do exactly what we need. I am running 1.2kw of 4year old 2nd hand German solar panels(AUS$240) and just plan to upgrade to another 2kw of panels 2nd hand. We have been off grid all this time and it powers through 3000w Renogy inverter our microwave, toaster, upright 12v fridge freezer from caravan, 240v chest freezer, 2x 12v fans, 10m of 12v led waterproof lights split into 8 lights, laptops for home schooling plus charge points for 5 phones and 3 x 12v accessory ports. We just switch out chest freezer when using microwave or toaster. So am happy. All charged up by 12noon if sunny 3pm if cloudy. Batteries drain to 69% over night.