Go Power Lithium Battery 250 AH
250 Ah Go Power Lithium Battery provides power for your RV or Marine Application.
12 Volt Lithium Battery – this battery is designed for RV use and cannot be wired in series. It is for 12-volt RV and Marine applications only.
Large RV 250 Ah lithium battery that is designed to operate at 12 volts
Go Power 250 Ah Lithium Battery
Go Power quality in a large amp hour 250 lithium battery
- Compatible with all Go Power! RV solar panel kits, power inverters and charge controllers
- Max Power Capacity; carries almost double the power of regular batteries
- Quick charging
- Built-in Battery Management System (BMS)
- Over and under-voltage protection
- Over and under temperature protection
- Charge and discharge over current protection
- Short circuit protection
- 10-year warranty
Lithium batteries are quickly becoming the standard for house battery banks in RVs. With near linear charge and discharge rates paired with lower weights and deep discharge cycles, these batteries hold and deliver the power better than other types. They are more expensive, but the warranties can be as long as 10 years.
We also have a 100 Ah battery in Lithium as well
Go Power Battery Safety Features
Go Power! Lithium batteries feature a built-in Battery Management System (or, BMS) which ensures safety and long battery life by constantly monitoring battery performance, internal temperature, and other critical elements required in safely functioning battery. Go Power! LiFePO4 Lithium batteries feature several safety components in the BMS, which Include:
- Over and under-voltage protection, which disconnects the battery from the load or charger, to prevent damage if it occurs
- Over and under temperature protection, which also disconnects from the load if the temperature limits are exceeded
- Charge and discharge over current protection, which automatically balances the voltages during recharge cycles to bring all the battery cells to full charge at the same time, ensuring longer battery life.
- Short circuit protection, which open circuits the battery terminals if a short is detected