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LiFePO4 12V 60Ah

Introducing our 12V 60Ah Battery. Designed for reliability and endurance, this battery boasts a 60 Amp continuous output and allows for an 80% discharge. Weighing only 7.6kg, it strikes the perfect balance between power and portability. All this for the best price per kW available in today’s market, together with the benefits of a smart BMS, CAN-communication and an overall high quality.

Adaptable to various power needs, our battery is scalable up to 4 units in parallel and 2 units in series (or 2×2), offering flexibility in setup.



Easy to install

Eco-friendly design


Product details

  • Product number: 300002626
  • Warranty terms: two years for non-commercial use and one year for commercial use
  • Delivery terms: ex works
  • Nominal voltage: 12.8V
  • Nominal capacity: 60 Ah
  • Weight: 7.6kg
  • Dimensions: 26x17x22 cm
  • Terminals: 1x plus / 1x minus
  • Terminal size: M8
  • Max. continues charge current: 30A
  • Max. continues discharge current: 60A
  • Max. instantaneous discharge current: 120A
  • Maximum charge voltage: 14.6V
  • Discharge cut-off voltage: 10V

Which type of batteries do I need?

– As you can see on our website we offer several types of Lithium batteries because these are smaller and less heavy in comparison to AGM batteries. In case you prefer to have AGM or other type of batteries we are able to help you with the selection process.

What is the capacity of a battery?

– The capacity of the batteries themselves is indicated as Ah, which stand for Amps-hour. Additionally, the voltage is provided. For electric propulsion for boats, batteries with 6V, 12V 24V and 48V per battery are used. By multiplying these two values gives the Watt-hours or Wh of the battery. For example a 12V battery with 100Ah capacity is 12*100=1200Wh=1.2 kWh. With the capacity indicated as kWh, it becomes much easier to calculate for how long you can drive a boat on a certain power level. – However, this capacity comes with a significant caveat. The calculated capacity only indicates the nominal capacity, which does not equal the actual usable capacity. This is certainly the case for lead-acid batteries. From the nominal capacity only around 65% is actually available for AGM or traction batteries if the life cycle of the battery needs to be optimal. When fully draining a battery can/will cause damage to the internals, which reduces the life expectancy. Thus, the actual capacity is 65%*1.2=0.65*1.2=0.78 kWh. This reduction is valid for lithium as well, only in the case of lithium based batteries the actual capacity is around 85%. With the higher discharge capacity of lithium more power per weight is available.

Which battery is the best solution for my application?

– For optimal performance of the system, it is advised to use lithium based batteries since these have a higher power per weight ratio. This results in either a longer operational time for an equal weight to lead-acid or equal performance for a lower weight. – When performance is not the main driving factor, but costs are. The AGM lead-acid batteries still offer a highly competitive picture due to lower purchase costs. – In case of specific application question please contact your dealer/service point.

Which charger do I need?

– Please see the charger FAQ.

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