150Ah Slimline Lithium Battery is constructed using the latest lithium ion phosphate cells. These prismatic cells are of the highest quality in a metal hard case. The battery has an inbuilt Battery Management System (BMS).
At just 18kg, the unique slimline shape makes it the perfect battery for installations where space is a premium. Slide it behind a seat, bolt it to a wall or at the back of a cupboard.
The Slimline 150Ah battery provides up to 100A of continuous discharge or charge and can be stacked in parallel to increase amp hour storage capacity. Charge and discharge are via the four grey Anderson plugs. Comes with an accessible 100A fuse between two negative terminals.
The strong aluminium outer enclosure delivers a safe, lightweight, and powerful unit which is perfect for 4WD and Camper Trailer installs.
150Ah Slimline Lithium Battery Specifications
150Ah Slimline Lithium Battery flows up to 100A, capable of running up to a 1200 watt inverter. Enquire about our HP series if you need to run a 2000watt inverter, alternatively parallel two batteries for the ability to run a larger inverter.
- 5 Year Warranty
- Capacity 150Ah
- Nominal Voltage 12.8V
- Charge Voltage 14.6V max
- Charge Current 100A
- Discharge Current 100A max continuous
- 200A surge
- Operating Temp 0-45oC
- Weight 18kg
- Up to 3000 Charging Cycles | Lifecycle at 80 DOD%
- Up to 5000 Charging Cycles | Lifecycle at 50 DOD%
- LiFePO4 batteries are the safest lithium battery type
- Size (L x D x H) 605 x 250 x 85mm
Why our slimline lithium batteries are superior to others in the market:
- Massive 5 Year Warranty
- Designed and assembled in Australia
- Custom designed BMS System by engineers in Brisbane
- Constructed using latest lithium iron phosphate cells
- Local after-sales support
View the full Lithium Battery Range
Also available, 150Ah Lithium Battery with an in-built 40A DC-DC Charger.
It can be up to a third of the weight of the equivalent lead acid AGM battery. This is an important consideration for anybody who owns a 4WD, boat, or Caravan.
A 100Ah AGM deep cycle battery can be up to 38kg in weight, whereas the same size lithium battery can be less than 12kg in weight!
That means you can at least double or even triple the stored battery capacity on your vessel, or alternatively use the reduction in battery weight to bring more passengers, or equipment on board.
Reducing weight helps with Increased fuel efficiency and performance.
Power (Watts) is equal to Volts x Amps. Therefore, you can get more power from a battery if it 1) holds its voltage over the cycle, and 2) is able to discharge more Amps.
Lithium batteries hold their voltage over the cycle, unlike lead acid where the voltage drops off almost immediately. This means more power from the lithium battery over its cycle.
Lead acid deep cycle batteries are limited in the amps they can discharge which limits the appliances they can run.
Baintech High Power (HP) range of lithium batteries are capable of 200A continuous output and can peak at 500A which is suitable for all household appliances, even air con.
Baintech introduces a new Standard Power (SP) range of lithium batteries in which the BMS can accommodate 100A continuous discharge and can peak at 200Amps.
GREATER USABLE CAPACITY
Lithium batteries have more usable amp hours available.
It provides more usable capacity (amp hours) than lead acid batteries before needing to be recharged.
Depth of Discharge (DoD) refers to the discharge depth of a battery as a percentage of its rated capacity, e.g. 100Ah.
For a decent battery life, a lead acid AGM battery should typically be discharged to only 50% DoD.
A lithium battery can be discharged to 90% DoD. So, a good ratio to remember is 9/5 or 1.8 times the comparable storage capacity.
You can use the battery longer before needing to recharge without damage to the battery.
Every time a battery is charged and discharged is called a cycle. Battery life is rated as the number of expected cycles at a particular depth of discharge.
Typically, a lead acid AGM battery will last for around 500 to 1000 cycles at 50% DoD. Anyone who has ever had a lead acid deep cycle knows it only generally lasts for 2-3 years before requiring a new one.
Lithium batteries on the other hand are rated up to 5,000 cycles and much more if used carefully, giving you several times the life expectancy of standard lead acid deep cycle battery.
Baintech Marine Batteries use lithium iron phosphate cells that last more than 5,000 cycles at 50% DoD and 2,000 cycles at 80% DoD.
This equates to +10 years of life expectancy compared to 2-3 years of a lead acid AGM.
SAVE TIME, CHARGE FASTER
Charge lithium batteries faster.
Everyone knows that to re-charge a lead acid battery takes time. We have all experienced putting a lead acid battery on charge over night!
Not to mention the number of charging stages required – bulk, absorb and float. Lithium batteries don’t require complex multistage charging.
They have less internal resistance and so can accept a greater charge rate. They charge more efficiently, meaning more energy can be recovered from solar panels especially.
As a result, they charge faster than lead acid.
Example: A 25A AC charger will charge a 100Ah lithium battery faster than a 100Ah lead acid AGM!
When comparing, consider total life-cycle cost. Consider the overall cost of ownership.
People who are put-off by the upfront cost of lithium batteries do not consider the total life-cycle cost.
When considering the usable capacity and lifespan, they work out cheaper than lead acid in the long term.
You might go through 3 or 4 lead acid batteries in the same time as a single lithium battery.
When you add the cost and inconvenience of refitting new batteries every few years the total cost of ownership over the long term is far better with lithium batteries.
Can I charge via solar?
Yes, you can charge via regulated solar, using the Grey Anderson input.
What can I run from the Grey Anderson plug?
The Grey Anderson plugs are both in/out, you can charge and run loads, such as fridges, lights, and 12volt accessories.
How do I monitor my Slimline battery?
View our YouTube video to see how to connect your battery monitor shunt.Read Less...