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I wanted to say how thrilled we are with the battery performance. To say this was a game changer for our cruising lifestyle doesn’t do it justice. We have gone all summer without plugging the boat in and have only run the generator about 20 hours. We run the air or heat as needed and no worries! Thanks for having the perfect fit for us!.
My lithium ion battery usage was a five-year test under very “real” conditions. While we did not abuse the batteries in any way, we also did not “baby” them at all. My theory was they had to function in all “RVing” conditions ranging from being covered with dirt/dust from Canadian and Alaskan construction to lots of rain mist everywhere. In cold and hot weather, they had to function. The batteries took us to Newfoundland, to Alaska (twice), to Yuma, and to Key West. They took us to EVERY state (okay, 49 of them), plus 10 Canadian provinces and one of their territories—and never failed us.
We really like the Lithionics Battery Management system (BMS) as it offers some protection from over charging, under charging and provides two isolated channels to the batteries. They also have a dedicated FCC circuit that connects from the BMS to our Alternator controllers which can shut them down in case of overcharging without damaging the diodes.
Sailing Sandstar Crew
Sailing Sandstar: Our Refit
I really can’t say enough good things about Lithionics as a company. Having worked with a lot of different lithium battery manufacturers over the last few years, I can say from experience that what these guys are doing really is something special. Stephen’s personal involvement to ensure the success of each and every battery build speaks volumes to his integrity and the product speaks for itself!
Thank you guys for the support on our off-grid mobile medical clinic project. This was a great humanitarian project that will supply power to mobile clinics across Puerto Rico. Looking forward to our next project!
Project Manager, EPX Group
We’ve been using the battery in our coach for 6 months and I have been extremely happy with its performance! We heavily rely on the battery, and it has not let us down. While some extra capacity would be nice, 400 has been adequate. We took delivery of our coach in June, and have been traveling since. I had some initial trouble fitting the battery in the coach. I was short a half an inch of vertical clearance in the battery compartment. I ended up running a long 4/0 cable to a different storage bay. Calculations and rough tests show a 2% voltage drop at 150A, which I am satisfied with.
I set up my system with a Magnum inverter/charger and added a outback solar charger with 960 watts of panels. When the sun is shining and we’re not in the shade, we have all the power we could ever need. With no solar and minor conservation, we can go just over 2 days before having to start the generator. In six months, we’ve run the battery down to 10% twice.
Engineer, RV Solar System
This was a tricky design process in which a few space problems cropped up we had not thought of—a 144-inch wheelbase Sprinter leaves little room to place both batteries along with wiring and outlets, etc, at least for my requirements. But it is now down and fully functional. This is the most capable battery system (by far) ever installed…
The Wind in my Face
Your technical advisors are superb. Props to Jackson and Philip.
Humble Road, LLC
We felt good about choosing Lithionics batteries for our electrical upgrade project on our Nordhavn. After meeting with Stephan and Phil yesterday, we feel more confident than ever that we have made the right choice. It was quite an education yesterday learning how rigorous the UL testing and certification process is. It was also fascinating to learn the technology behind why it is virtually impossible for one of these batteries to catch fire.
I’ve been wanting to send you an update for months but was too afraid I might jinx something. We’re back in Seattle now (got in a few days ago) and I’m super happy to report that we had zero problems with either the batteries or the alternator–ZERO! Not only did they not fail, but they really made traveling much easier. We only used shore power maybe five times but even then not having to get the boat plugged in immediately after tying up (sometimes we’d wait two days) and being able to use transient space that didn’t have power was really great. Eliminating the constant stress of worrying about the batteries is huge.