OGRPHY LiFePO4, 12V 15Ah Deep Cycle Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery, 193Wh with BMS, for Ride on Toys, Trolling Motor, Lawn Mower, Security System
, OGRPHY LiFePO4, 12V 15Ah Deep Cycle Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery, 193Wh with BMS, for Ride on Toys, Trolling Motor, Lawn Mower, Security System, 79.99, USD,
7.1 x 2.9 x 6.5 inches
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Ron Killian –
I’ve reviewed quite a few batteries from this brand and have always gotten good batteries. I have not taken this one apart, but have others and they give what they promise. This one is well made just like the others, with a good fit and finish. All sealed up nicely. Standard terminals for easy hook up.
It measures over 12V out of the box, a good thing. I like how it has a built in BMS to help keep the battery healthy. Also like how it’s a LifePO4, for many more cycles than other lithium batteries.
Nothing but good so far from this brand. The current cost of 79 is a fair price for the size. Would gladly recommend.
B. Anderson –
I really like this little battery. I use it as part of a small solar rig I have set up in my shop, and this tiny guy (or gal, I’m not assuming anything) has done very well so far. It’s always put out a solid 12 volts, and although it’s part of a series now, I used it individually for a bit to test how it performed. I really, really enjoy the built-in BMS (battery management system, which keeps the battery from being overcharged or over-used) that provides peace of mind knowing I’m not accidentally destroying my batteries.
I’ll definitely be picking up more of these going forward for my shop system. The cost per watt-hour is pretty reasonable, and they’re built well. I’d definitely recommend them if you’re looking for a battery for a solar rig.
Northern Lights –
I’ve collected a number of these 12 volt, LiFeP04 batteries, and I store them in what used to be my emergency kit, but now is my emergency closet.
I will use these during our frequent, extended electrical power outages.
I’m not sure how the Ah (amp hours) rating affects the starting of small engines, but the rating is important when using a battery for a long duration while powering a 12 volt lamp.
This battery being 15 Amp hours is on the upper end of my emergency batteries. I recently tested a 6 Ah battery and the 12 volt LED bulb stayed on for around 15 hours.
Easy to charge, holds a charge well, and it’s clean and safe to keep inside of the house.