Bluetooth LiFePO4 Battery


Bluetooth LiFePO4 Battery

What is Bluetooth for LiFePO4 Battery?

Bluetooth technology has revolutionized how we live and work, providing a wireless way to connect devices and share information. Scientists are using a similar approach to generate lithium-ion batteries more efficient and long-lasting.

The Bluetooth LiFePO4 Battery utilizes a Bluetooth-enabled chip to communicate with the battery management system (BMS), allowing for real-time voltage, current, and temperature monitoring. This data may be utilized to optimize battery performance and maximize its lifespan. In addition, the Bluetooth LiFePO4 Battery can be charged wirelessly, making it even more convenient to use.

Whether you’re powering a smartphone or a car, the Bluetooth LiFePO4 Battery will make your life easier.

What is Green ONE Power Tech Bluetooth LiFePO4 Battery

The Green ONE Power Tech Bluetooth lithium battery is designed with Lithium Iron Phosphate technology. This makes it a drop-in replacement for sealed lead-acid batteries in various BCI standard sizes.

The built-in Battery Management System (BMS) protects the battery against extreme temperatures (hot and cold), over-discharge, over-recharge and short-circuits.

The Smartphone or tablet App allows the user to monitor the battery voltage, current, temperature and cycle count in real-time. The App wApp also sends alerts to the user in case of a system error or malfunction.

The Green ONE Power Tech Bluetooth lithium battery is an ideal solution for those who need a reliable, long-lasting power source that is easy to monitor and maintain.


The lithium Bluetooth app is an exclusive addition that allows you to check the status of your battery with a glance at your smartphone or tablet. This feature is just one of the many cutting-edge upgrades that differentiate LiFePO4 batteries from the rest.

Lithium iron phosphate batteries are less prone to overheat, catch fire, or explode than other battery types, making them a safer alternative for electronic products. They also boast a longer lifespan and higher energy density than other battery types, making them a more efficient and cost-effective option in the long run. If you’re looking for a battery that can offer peace of mind and superior performance, LiFePO4 is the way to go.


After you launch the BT app on your smartphone or tablet, the first step is to let it scan for nearby Bluetooth Lithium batteries within 5 meters or 16 feet. Depending on your Bluetooth batteries, the app will show them all on this screen.

The BT app scans for these Bluetooth devices and pairs with them. This is the same that other wireless headphones and earbuds use to connect to your phone.

Once the app has found your battery, it will show up on this screen with the icon next to it.

You can tap on the icon to select it and begin using it with the app. In the app, you have multiple batteries, and you can tap on the icon next to each one to select which one you want to use. The app then connects to that specific battery and displays its current charge level and estimated run time based on its current usage.

You can also see how many days are left until the battery needs to be recharged, and you can tap on the icon to see a more detailed breakdown of its estimated run time. The app wApp also shows you the current temperature of the battery and any warnings or alerts that may be associated with it. You can tap on any warning icons to get more information about what they mean and what you can do about them.

In general, though, the BT app provides a simple and easy way to check on the status of your Bluetooth Lithium battery and manage its settings and usage.


After you select the LiFePO4 battery, you want to monitor, which is the corresponding screen. On it, you can view and monitor:

  • State of charge

The state of charge, or SOC, measures how much power remains in a battery. It is expressed as a percentage, with 100% being a fully charged battery. In the screenshot, the SOC is showing 47%, which means that 47% of the battery’s full power is remaining. The SOC is an important number to keep track of, as it can help to avoid the battery damage and prolong its lifespan. When the SOC gets too low, it can cause the battery to lose capacity and eventually fail. Conversely, when the SOC gets too high, it can lead to overcharging and reduced performance. Therefore, it is important to check the SOC regularly and charge the battery accordingly.

  • Battery’s health

To maintain a healthy battery, it is important to understand the condition of your battery. The Battery’s Health app will help you do just that. By monitoring the performance of your battery over time, the app wApp can provide you with valuable insights into its health. This information will become increasingly important as your battery starts to age. With the Battery’s Health app, you’ll be able to keep track of your battery’s performance and ensure that it remains its top condition for years to come.

  • Status

Status is indicated by what the battery does, whether it is charging, discharging, or in standby mode. The status of a battery can be affected by many factors, including temperature, age, and usage. For example, a battery frequently used in high temperatures may degrade more quickly than one used in cooler temperatures. Conversely, a new battery may have a higher capacity than an older battery. Therefore, it is important to keep track of the status of your batteries to ensure that they are performing properly. You can keep your eyes on the condition of your batteries to extend their life and ensure that they can deliver electricity when you need it.

  • Voltage

Voltage is an important aspect of charging and discharging lithium batteries. As you charge the battery, the voltage increases. However, as you discharge the battery, the voltage decreases. Knowing your voltage before connecting multiple lithiums in series or parallel is important. If you do not know your voltage, battery damage and fires could be a risk. Therefore, it is essential to understand how voltage works to use lithium batteries safely.

  • Capacity

A capacity indicator on your battery is extremely useful, especially if you have multiple batteries with different capacities. By doing this, you can easily monitor which battery you’re using and optimize it for the task at hand.

Additionally, capacity figures don’t change, so you can be confident that your battery will always perform as expected. This easily accessible information makes it simple to monitor your battery life and guarantees that you’re making the most of your devices.


The “Monitor” tab on the lithium Bluetooth app, as its name suggests, lets you see your LiFePO4 battery‘s current performance in terms of temperature and cycle life.


Current is measured in amps (A), the net current of charging and discharging. For example, suppose the battery is not discharged and connected to a charger. In that case, it’ll show the charging current inputted into the battery, whether it’s 5.0A or 10.0A.

This number will fluctuate when the battery is in use because the current draw will change as the battery uses more or less power. For example, if you’re playing a game that requires a lot of graphics processing, the current draw will be higher than if you’re checking your email.

The CURRENT display feature is useful for monitoring your battery’s power usage and knowing when you need to charge your device.


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In addition to Celsius degrees, you can display Fahrenheit and centigrade temperatures for your lithium battery. Our Bluetooth lithium batteries are compatible with these temperature extremes:

  • The discharge temperature range for this product is -20 to 60ºC (-4 to 140ºF).
  • You can recharge this device between 0 to 45 degrees Celsius (32 to 113 Fahrenheit).
  • Store at a temperature between 5 and 35 degrees Celsius (23 to 95 Fahrenheit).

Green ONE Power Tech’s line of cold-weather lithium batteries are built with self-healing capabilities and can recharge even in frigid temperatures as low as -20ºC.

Cycle life

BT’s Bluetooth app shows you how many times your battery has been charged and discharged and the number of cycles it has undergone. This is important in two ways: First and foremost, Proof enables you to track your battery life so you can see when it’s time for a replacement; second, it can help you determine if it’s time to replace the battery.

The number of cycles a battery undergoes is a good indicator of its overall health. As batteries age, they gradually lose the ability to hold a charge as efficiently as they did when they were new. Batteries will eventually lose their ability to be recharged and must be replaced.

By monitoring the number of cycles your battery has undergone, you can see how long it will continue to perform well. If you notice that the capacity of your battery is declining rapidly, it may be time to replace it. However, if it’s still going strong after several hundred cycles, you can be confident that it will continue to serve you well for years.



The BMS in our Bluetooth LiFePO4 batteries protects your battery from abuse while also recording every activity. Every charge, discharge, short-circuit, temperature change, and other event is recorded. Users may learn more about the data via the LiFePO4 Bluetooth App, which offers such information as:

High-temp when charging

To prevent damaging the battery, charge it only when the temperature is reasonable. The BMS will automatically shut off charging if the temperature gets too high.

High-temp when discharging

Just as with charging, it is important not to discharge the battery at too high a temperature. The BMS will automatically shut off the discharge if the temperature gets too high.

Low-temp when charging

Charging at too low a temperature can damage the battery and reduce capacity. The BMS will automatically shut off charging if the temperature gets too low.

Low-temp when discharging

Discharging at too low a temperature can damage the battery and reduce capacity. The BMS will automatically shut off the discharge if the temperature gets too low.

Over-current when discharging

Overcharging might cause the battery to deteriorate. The BMS will automatically shut off the discharge if the current gets too high.

Over-current when charging

It’s critical not to charge the battery with too much current to avoid damaging it. The BMS will automatically shut off charging if the current gets too high.

Low-voltage protection

Fully discharging a battery can damage it, so the BMS automatically shuts off the discharge when the voltage gets too low.

High-voltage protection

From time to time, the BMS will check the battery’s voltage. If the voltage is too high, it can damage the battery. The BMS will automatically shut off charging if the voltage gets too high.

Temp returned to normal

Cells in the battery can be damaged by too high or too low of a temperature. When the temperature returns to normal, the BMS will automatically turn on charging or discharging.

The current returned to normal

Checking the current returned to normal lets the BMS know it is safe to turn on charging or discharging.

The voltage returned to normal

After the voltage is checked and safe, the BMS will automatically turn on charging or discharging.

Short-circuit recovery

Somewhat self-explanatory, a short circuit can damage the battery. The BMS will automatically shut off the discharge if a short circuit is detected.

Low power

Saving power can help to extend the life of your battery. The BMS will automatically put the battery into sleep mode when it is not used.

6 Secrets You Didn’t Know About Stackable Lithium Batteries

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6 Secrets You Didn't Know About Stackable Lithium Batteries

What is a Lithium iron phosphate battery?

Amongst lithium battery types, Lithium iron phosphate batteries are the safest. A single LFP cell has a voltage of 3.2V, and when 51.2V is needed, an LFP battery made up of 16 cells in series delivers that amount. For applications where high demands are placed upon the battery, LFP is usually the best choice chemically speaking.

Lithium iron phosphate batteries provides several advantages over other lithium batteries, including a longer lifespan, higher discharge rates, and wider temperature ranges. In addition, LFP batteries are not susceptible to the “thermal runaway” reactions that can occur in other lithium batteries, making them much safer to use.

What are stackable Lithium iron phosphate batteries?

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A stackable Lithium iron phosphate battery is a type of lithium battery that can be stacked on top of each other. This gives the battery a higher capacity and voltage than a single lithium battery. Stackable lithium batteries are often used in high-demand applications, such as electric vehicles or Energy Storage Systems.

The main advantage of a stackable lithium battery over a single lithium battery is that it can provide a higher voltage and capacity. They are ideal for power-hungry applications, such as electric vehicles. However, stackable lithium batteries are also more expensive than single lithium batteries.

A stackable lithium battery may be the best option if you are looking for a high-performance battery for your electric vehicle. It can also be applied in other high-power applications, such as backup power systems.

What are the features of a Lithium iron phosphate battery?

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  • It can operate in deficit mode for lengthy periods, which is good news if you’re tired of your old dehumidifier.
  • High round trip efficiency means you can make the most of your travel and see more places in a shorter amount of time.
  • Our high energy density batteries give you more power while taking up less space and weight.
  • You can fast-charge and -discharge your device with high charge and discharge currents.
  • The charge voltage is adjustable, allowing you to charge your batteries more quickly while minimizing wear and tear on the charging equipment.

What are the features of the Stackable Battery Series?

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  • The whole stack and each module are non-toxic, pollution-free, and environment-friendly.

The stackable battery series is a high-performance, green energy power solution. The whole stack and each module are non-toxic, pollution-free, and environment-friendly. They are made of high-quality environmental protection materials and have undergone rigorous testing to ensure safety and reliability.

  • The cathode material is made from LiFePO4 with safety performance and long cycle life.

The cathode material is made from LiFePO4, which offers excellent safety and long cycle life. The anode is made of high-purity graphite, which provides good conductivity and high capacity. The separator is a thin film of polyolefin, which allows for high rate discharge and good stability.

The cells are stacked in a horizontal configuration, with each cell having its own individual current collector. This design provides good space utilization and flexibility in terms of cell size and capacity. The cells are also enclosed in a sturdy plastic case, which protects them from mechanical damage.

  • A battery management system (BMS) has protection functions, including over-discharge, over-charge, over-current and high/low temperature.

The Battery Management System (BMS) is an essential component of electric vehicles, rechargeable energy storage systems, and portable electronic devices. It monitors and manages the battery packs to ensure safe, reliable, and optimal performance.

A typical BMS includes multiple functions, such as over-discharge protection, over-current protection, and high/low-temperature protection.

In addition, the BMS may also provide other functions such as balancing, telemetry, and data logging. Battery balancing makes sure that all of the cells in the battery pack are at the same voltage level, maximizing the pack’s lifespan. Telemetry allows for remote monitoring of the battery pack, while data logging helps to optimize performance and diagnose problems.

  • The battery management system can automatically control the charge and discharge states, as well as maintain balance on each cell’s current and voltage.

The stackable battery pack system is composed of multiple 18650 battery packs, which can be automatically managed and charged according to the discharge state of each cell.

The system can automatically balance the current and voltage of each cell to prolong the battery’s cycle life.

This product uses a high-precision constant current and voltage charging scheme, making the charging curve flat and uniform to better protect the battery.

During discharge, the system will intelligently distribute the discharge current according to the discharge state of each cell to avoid a single over-discharge and prolong the battery’s service life.

  • Multiple battery modules can be stacked flexibly to expand output and capacity.

A stackable battery series is a great option for those looking for a flexible and expandable power solution. The modules can be stacked to add capacity and output, making it easy to tailor the system to your specific needs.

In addition, the batteries come with all of the necessary accessories for installation and operation, making them a great all-in-one solution for your power needs. Whether you’re looking for backup power for your home or business or need a reliable and expandable power source for your mobile applications, the stackable battery series is a great choice.

  • Adopted self-cooling mode efficiently reduces any system noise.

The stackable battery series operates at an extremely high 98.8% efficiency for super-low power consumption with maximum compatibility. The unique self-cooling mode automatically and efficiently reduces any system noise.

Its thermal design keeps the system cool and lowers the overall temperature by up to 7°F. The battery pack is also IPX7 certified for water and dust resistance.

  • The module has less self-discharge rate.

The low self-discharge rate is one of the most prominent characteristics. This means that the battery can be stored on a shelf for up to six months without needing to be charged.

Additionally, the battery does not suffer from the so-called “memory effect,” meaning that it can be recharged after only partial discharge without reducing its capacity.

Furthermore, the stackable battery series delivers excellent performance even when only partially charged, making it an ideal choice for applications where full charging may not be possible.

Overall, the stackable battery series provides an outstanding combination of features that make it an excellent choice for many applications.

  • Working temperature range

The operating temperature range of our stackable battery is from -10 to 55℃ (14F-131F), with excellent discharge performance and cycle life.

When charging, the temperature should be kept within 0~45℃ (32-113F);

When discharging, the temperature should be kept within -10~55℃ (14F-131F) to ensure optimal performance.

Our stackable battery is designed to withstand a wide range of temperatures, making it an ideal choice for various environments.

  • Small volume, lightweight, plug-in embedded design modules are easy to install and maintain.

The size of a battery is one of the most crucial factors, if not THE most essential, aspect of any Battery. This is especially true regarding portable devices such as laptops and cell phones. A battery that is too large and bulky can be difficult to carry around, and it may also cause the device to become unbalanced.

On the other hand, a battery that is too small may not have enough power to provide the desired amount of run time. The stackable lithium Battery is the perfect compromise between these two extremes. It offers a high energy density in a compact and lightweight package.

In addition, the unique modular design allows for multiple batteries to be stacked together, increasing the total amount of power stored in the battery pack.

What are the benefits of stackable lithium batteries?

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  1. Increased Efficiency

The main advantage of stackable lithium batteries is that they are considerably more efficient than traditional lead-acid batteries. Batteries are divided into two categories: dry-cell and wet-cell. Lead-acid batteries have an efficiency of around 50%, whereas stackable lithium batteries may have a 99% efficiency. This indicates that heat is reduced, allowing for greater power availability to run your gadgets.

  1. Longer Life Span

Another benefit of stackable lithium batteries is that they have a much longer life span than lead-acid batteries. Lead-acid batteries typically need to be replaced every 3-5 years, while stackable lithium batteries can last up to 10 years. Stackable lithium batteries do not require maintenance like lead-acid batteries, which must be regularly checked and cleaned.

  1. More Environmentally Friendly

Stackable lithium batteries are also more environmentally friendly than lead-acid batteries. Lead-acid batteries contain heavy metals that can harm the environment, while stackable lithium batteries do not. Stackable lithium batteries can be recycled, while lead-acid batteries often end up in landfills.

  1. Safer

Stackable lithium batteries are also much safer than lead-acid batteries. Lead-acid batteries can leak acid, which can cause skin and eye irritation, while stackable lithium batteries do not pose this risk. Additionally, if a stackable lithium battery catches fire, it will not release harmful chemicals into the air like a lead-acid battery.

  1. Lighter Weight

Another advantage of stackable lithium batteries is that they are much lighter than lead-acid batteries. This is beneficial because it means that devices powered by stackable lithium batteries will be easier to carry around. Additionally, lighter-weight devices are often less likely to break if dropped.

  1. More Powerful

Stackable lithium battery technology has also allowed for the creation of more powerful battery packs than ever before. This is beneficial for devices that require a lot of power, such as electric vehicles or power tools.

        7 . More Compact

Another advantage of stackable lithium battery technology is that it creates more compact battery packs than ever before. This is beneficial for devices that need to be lightweight and portable, such as laptops or cell phones.

What types of applications might stackable lithium batteries be used in?

Lithium batteries have a wide range of applications, from powering electronic devices to storing energy. Here are some of the most common applications for stackable lithium batteries:

  1. Charging Electric Vehicles

As the Electric Vehicles is super hot in the market and the main problem is about “lacking-of-electricity” suddenly when running on the road. What can you do? You could easily charge your EV through our stackable lithium batteries.

  1. Backup Power

Stackable lithium batteries are also used in backup power systems and UPS systems. This is because they can provide a reliable power source in an outage or emergency. They are often used in telecom base stations, CATV systems, computer server centers, medical instruments, and military equipment.

  1. Home Solar Energy Storage

Lithium batteries are becoming increasingly popular for home solar energy storage systems. This is because they are efficient, long-lasting, and safe. They can also be used in hospitals, schools, and office spaces.

Wrapping up

As you can see, stackable lithium batteries have many advantages over Powerwall, Rack Mounted Packs. They are more convenient, flexible and useful. If you are looking for a battery for dual purposes, consider using a stackable lithium battery.

Stackable lithium batteries: the future of energy storage

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Stackable lithium batteries: the future of energy storage

Portable power stations powered by batteries are becoming more popular as they are more scalable and less expensive to run. These power stations’ modular design allows users to add extra “energy blocks” to increase each unit’s storage capacity and power output. This makes them more efficient and economical for those needing reliable, uninterrupted electrical power.

Drawbacks of Using Portable Fossil Fuel Generators (That You May Not Have Considered

1. They're loud.

This is the most obvious drawback of portable generators – they’re just plain loud. You know exactly what we mean if you’ve ever been near one while running. The constant drone of the engine can be incredibly irritating, making it difficult to carry on a conversation or enjoy any peace and quiet. Moreover, the noise can be disruptive to your neighbors and may even violate local noise ordinances. The noise factor is an important consideration if you plan on using a portable generator regularly.

2. They produce harmful emissions.

Another drawback of portable generators is that they produce harmful emissions, such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and particulate matter. These emissions can be dangerous to human health, particularly for people exposed to them regularly. Additionally, they can contribute to air pollution and climate change. That’s why it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully when using a portable generator and to ensure that it is properly ventilated. Avoiding using a portable generator in enclosed spaces, such as garages or sheds, is also a good idea.

3. They require regular maintenance.

Portable generators are a great power solution to ensure that you have power during an outage, but they require regular maintenance. Like your car, portable generators need fresh oil and spark plugs at regular intervals. They also need to have a full tank of fuel. If you don’t keep up with the maintenance, your generator could break down when you need it most. So read the owner’s manual and follow the recommended maintenance schedule.

4. They're expensive to operate.

Operating a portable generator comes with a few costs you might not be aware of at first. For example, you have to pay for the fuel that it uses. This can increase over time, especially if you use your generator regularly.

Additionally, if you use your generator regularly, you may find that the cost of maintaining it starts to add up over time. Regular maintenance is essential to keep your generator running smoothly and to avoid costly repairs down the line. As such, it’s important to factor in the maintenance cost when deciding whether to operate a portable generator.

5. They're not always reliable.

While portable generators can be a convenient way to provide backup power, they are not always reliable. If you live in an area prone to power outages, you may find that your generator doesn’t start when you need it most. Additionally, if your generator isn’t properly maintained, it may break down when you try to use it. To avoid being left in the dark, it’s important to have a backup plan in place. A backup plan might include keeping extra gas on hand and a backup source of light and heat.

Barriers to Battery Power

Despite these benefits, there are still several barriers preventing wider usage of battery power.

  • One of the biggest challenges is the high cost of batteries, which can account for a significant portion of the total cost of an electric vehicle.
  • In addition, batteries have a limited life span and must be regularly replaced, which adds to the long-term costs.
  • Another challenge is that batteries are not as efficient as gasoline or diesel generators in terms of energy output per unit of weight.
  • Finally, battery power is not yet widely available for maritime vessels or airplanes, which limits its applicability to land-based vehicles.

Despite these challenges, battery power is expected to play an increasingly important role in the coming years as the cost of lithium batteries continues to decline and technology improves.

In fact, throughout its lifespan, a LiFePo4 solar battery will save you thousands of dollars in replacement costs and maintenance fees. Also, LiFePo4 solar batteries boast much longer cycle lives than lead-acid batteries, meaning they can be used for significantly longer periods. So, although the initial purchase price of a LiFePo4 solar battery may be higher, the overall cost is still very cost-effective.

A New and Scalable, Alternative

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Green ONE Power Tech’s new portable power stations are stackable storage battery, meaning that users can easily expand every unit’s capacity and power output to suit their evolving needs. Here are just a few of the benefits that this new technology offers:

  1. Increased capacity: By stacking multiple units together, users can greatly increase the capacity of their power station. This is ideal for those who need a reliable power source for extended periods.

  2. Greater flexibility: Stackable battery offer greater flexibility than traditional portable power stations. Users can easily add or remove units to adjust the power output to suit their needs.

  3. Improved portability: The stackable design of Green ONE Power Tech’s units makes them more portable than ever before. Users can easily transport multiple units without sacrificing space or weight.

  4. expanded warranties: All Green ONE Power Tech products have a standard two-year warranty. However, customers who purchase multiple units can take advantage of an expanded warranty that covers all units in the stack.

  5. Scalability: The most unique benefit of Green ONE Power Tech’s stackable units is their scalability. Users can start with a single unit and add more units as their needs change. This makes the system ideal for those who want a long-term solution that can grow with them over time.

Green ONE Power Tech’s new stackable units offer several advantages over traditional portable power stations. With their increased capacity, greater flexibility, and improved portability, they are an ideal solution for those who need a reliable power source for extended periods.

The benefit of stackable battery: Stackability = More Personal Freedom

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As portable power stations continue becoming more popular, stackable models’ benefits are becoming more apparent. Here are four key advantages of stackable battery models:

  1. More personal freedom: Stackable battery models offer more freedom than fuel generators, as they can be recharged without transporting and storing flammable liquids. This makes them ideal power solution for camping, boating, and other outdoor activities.

  2. Reduced noise and emissions: Stackable power stations operate in enclosed spaces without noise or emissions, making them much more convenient to use indoors.

  3. Longer operating periods: Stackable power stations can keep operating for longer periods without access to a grid, making them ideal for emergency situations.

  4. Reduced manufacturing costs: Manufacturers can compete in various markets and lower manufacturing costs through economies of scale with stackable power stations.

  5. Rechargeable with renewable energy: Stackable lithium batteries can be recharged with renewable energy sources, such as solar panels or wind turbines. Traditional generators often run on gasoline, but lithium storage battery are much more eco-friendly.

         6. Safe to operate indoors: Because stackable batteries produce no emissions, they can be safely operated indoors without causing air pollution.

         7. Affordable: As stackable battery technology continues to develop, the price of power stations is expected to fall as well, making them more affordable for a wider range of consumers.

A Range of Applications of stackable battery

Green ONE Power Tech’s stackable battery power stations have already been used to power a variety of applications, including:

  • Charging Electric Vehicles
  • Home Energy Storage System

This clean and quiet energy source is perfect for events and businesses that want to reduce their carbon footprint. Additionally, the modular design of the power stations makes them easy to set up and take down, making them a versatile solution for various needs. Green ONE Power Tech’s stackable battery power stations are changing how the world creates and uses energy with a wide range of applications.

Seamless Integration of New Battery Tech

Green ONE Power Tech’s latest generation of stackable lithium battery power stations is designed to be agnostic to whatever chemistry powers the batteries in the future, meaning they can easily integrate new battery technologies as they emerge. This allows Green ONE Power Tech to continuously improve its battery management systems and enhance its power stations’ efficiency, providing customers with clean and reliable power whenever and wherever they need it. The company’s focus on seamless integration of new battery technologies ensures that its products remain at the forefront of the clean energy revolution.

11 Thing You Don’t Know Why LiFePO4 Batteries So popular

11 Thing You Don't Know Why LiFePO4 Batteries So popular

You probably have at least one lithium battery in your house, whether it’s for a cell phone, computer, or camera. Or maybe in your hand now! Lithium batteries are, without a doubt, one of this century’s most significant technological advancements. But there are several other applications for lithium batteries outside the world of household electronics. Read on to find out why!

What Is LiFePO4

Families of lithium batteries are distinguished from one another by their electrode composition. The most general chemistries in use today are those based on cobalt oxide, manganese oxide, and nickel oxide.

Although nickel-based and lead-acid batteries have been used in automobiles for decades, today’s hybrid car batteries utilize lithium-ion technology. Lithium-ion batteries were originally developed for smaller electronic gadgets such as laptops and cell phones in the 1990s. However, these batteries also gained a reputation for being prone to catching fire. This was one of the main reasons lithium was not commonly used to create large battery banks–until the development of lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries.

LiFePO4 is an abbreviation for Lithium (Li) Iron (Fe) Phosphate (PO4), which is a type of rechargeable battery with numerous advantages over other types of batteries.

LiFePO4 batteries are made with a cathode material that contains iron and phosphate and an anode made from lithium. This combination makes for a much more stable compound than other lithium-ion chemistries, so LiFePO4 batteries are much safer to use.

In many ways, LiFePO4 batteries improve earlier lithium battery technologies. They are inherently non-combustible while also having slightly lower energy density. Not only are they safer, but also more suited for high-power applications.

Due to these advantages, many industries have begun switching to using LiFePO4 batteries. Some industries include automotive, golf cart, scooter, marine, RV, and floor cleaning machine manufacturers.

Why Is It A Better Choice?

Lithium iron phosphate batteries aren’t exactly new, but they’re just now gaining popularity in commercial markets all around the world. Here is a quick comparison of LiFePO4 and other lithium battery technologies:

Safety And Stability

It’s no secret that lithium-ion batteries have been known to catch fire. This is often the result of using cheaper, less stable materials in the battery’s construction. In contrast, LiFePO4 batteries are made with phosphate-based cathodes, which provide superior thermal and chemical stability.

As a result, these batteries are much less likely to overheat or catch fire. In addition, the phosphate molecules are more resistant to degradation, meaning that LiFePO4 batteries maintain their performance for longer than other lithium-ion batteries.

For these reasons, LiFePO4 batteries are often seen as the safest option on the market. While they may be more expensive upfront, the increased safety and longevity of LiFePO4 batteries make them a wise investment in the long run.


When choosing a battery for an application, performance is one of the key factors to consider. Lithium iron batteries are appealing because they have a long life, slow self-discharge rates and less weight than lithium-ion batteries.

In addition, lithium-ion batteries are more stable than their lithium-ion counterparts, making them less likely to overheat or catch fire. However, Lithium iron batteries are also more expensive than lithium-ion batteries, so it is important to weigh the cost against the benefits before deciding.

Space Efficiency

As we continue to move towards a more sustainable future, more space and weight-efficient products are increasingly in demand. This is where LiFePO4 batteries come in. While most lead-acid batteries are about one-third the weight and almost half the weight of manganese oxide, LiFePO4 is a lightweight alternative that may be used to save space and weight. Making your product more cost-effective in total

Not to mention, LiFePO4 batteries are also non-toxic, making them a safer option for both people and the environment. With so many benefits, it’s no wonder that LiFePO4 batteries are becoming increasingly popular. LiFePO4 is a great option for improving the efficiency of your product.

Environmental Impact

LiFePO4 batteries are an ecologically responsible choice as they don’t contain any rare earth metals and aren’t toxic or contaminating. Lead-acid and nickel oxide lithium batteries, on the other hand, come with environmental dangers (particularly lead acid since internal chemicals weaken the structure over time until it causes leakage).

While all battery types will have some environmental impact, LiFePO4 batteries are a safer choice for the environment. These batteries are also recyclable, which further reduces their environmental footprint. When choosing a battery type, it is important to consider the potential environmental impacts. For anyone hoping to be more environmentally conscious, LiFePO4 batteries are a great option.

What Are Lithium Batteries Used For? (LiFePO4)

Reliable Power for Your RV

As any RVer knows, having a reliable power source is essential. After all, your RV house battery powers all your “home” comforts, like your water/septic system, fans, and fridge.

Lead acid batteries have long been the RV choice for most people. However, lithium is a significant improvement over previous technology. Why? The main reason is that they endure far longer. You can generally utilize a lithium RV battery for 10 years or more before changing it. Compare this to a lead acid battery’s 2-4 year life span.

In addition, lithium batteries are much lighter than their lead-acid counterparts, making them easier to move and install. In addition, you don’t have to spend as much time maintaining lithium batteries, which gives you more freedom to enjoy your RV and less time worrying about your power source.

So if you’re looking for a reliable power source for your RV, look no further than a lithium battery. You won’t be disappointed!

Best Boondocking Batteries

On any camping trip, RV batteries are key in supplying power for lights and other necessities. Yet different types of batteries have varying levels of dependability. In severe weather conditions, lithium RV batteries outperform other battery models—so if you encounter some unexpectedly bitter temperatures on your journey, you’ll be better off with LiFePO4.

In some cases, batteries come equipped with a heater (as this one does), allowing you to charge them in temperatures as low as 0°F. Before beginning the charging process, the built-in heater detects low temperatures and heats your battery to a safe charging temperature.

Lithium batteries have a variety of uses, such as camping in cold weather, ice fishing, and off-grid cabins. They are also dependable power sources during an outage. A lithium RV battery will significantly improve your camping trip.

Lightest Battery for Boats

The benefits of having a LiFePO4 battery on your boat are numerous. First and foremost, they are much lighter than lead-acid batteries, so they won’t weigh your boat down as much. This is extremely important because every ounce counts regarding speed and agility on the water.

In addition, LiFePO4 batteries are more compact than lead acid batteries, so they’ll take up less space on your boat. This is important for two reasons:

  • one, you’ll have more room on your boat for other things;
  • and two, compact batteries are less likely to get in the way and cause accidents.

Finally, LiFePO4 batteries pack the same amount of energy punch as lead acid batteries, so you’ll still be able to run all your electronic devices without any problems. In short, if you’re looking for a lighter, more compact, and more powerful battery for your boat, LiFePO4 is the way to go.

The Speediest Option for Your Golf Cart

As any golfer knows, a good game depends on having the right equipment. Golf carts are one of the most essential pieces of equipment in the golf course. Golf carts must be nimble and quick to keep up with the players while still having a battery that might be quickly and simply charged.

LiFePO4 batteries are the ideal solution for golf carts, as they can reach full speed and agility and can be charged up to 500% faster than lead acid batteries.

So if someone forgets to charge the battery overnight, there’s no need to cancel the game -LiFePO4 batteries will have the golf cart up and running in no time.

In addition, LiFePO4 batteries are more durable and long-lasting than lead acid batteries, so golf carts can rely on them for years to come.

In short, LiFePO4 batteries are the best option for powering golf carts -they’re fast, efficient, and durable.

Safely Storing Solar Power

When you’re living off-grid or enjoying the great outdoors, solar power is an excellent way to have access to creature comforts (or essentials). However, it’s not as easy as just connecting a solar panel directly to your cell phone. You need a batteries that can safely and reliably store solar energy, like LiFePO4 batteries.

LiFePO4 batteries are made with a more stable lithium iron phosphate compound than other types of batteries, making them less likely to overheat or catch fire. They can be charged quickly with the low-resistance charge of solar panels, making them ideal for use with solar power. And because they don’t require any maintenance, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your solar-powered devices will work when you need them.

So if you’re looking for a safe and efficient way to store solar power, LiFePO4 batteries are the way to go.

Dependable Commercial Batteries

Commercial lithium batteries are ideal for businesses that need dependable, hard-working batteries. These batteries can withstand a wide range of commercial applications, from floor sweepers and lift gates to floor scrubbers and small forklifts.

Lithium batteries have several advantages over other batteries, including their lightning-fast charge time. When time is money, lithium batteries can help businesses save both by getting the job done quickly. Lithium batteries also save energy, providing power to machines so they can operate at their full potential.

Commercial lithium batteries are ideal for businesses that need a reliable, high-performing battery.

LiFePO4 Dual Batteries: 2 For 1 Deal

The uses we mentioned before are all examples of deep cycle battery uses. This means they provide a consistent amount of energy over an extended period. But what else are lithium batteries good for? We’re glad you asked!

In addition to deep cycle power, some LiFePO4 batteries can also be used as starting batteries for trolling motors. In fact, this dual-purpose 12 Volt 100Ah lithium battery can start your motor and run your onboard gadgets.

Thus, whether you need a reliable battery for your RV, boat, or another recreational vehicle, a LiFePO4 battery is a great option to consider. Not only will it provide the deep cycle power you need, but it can also serve as a backup starting battery in case your primary battery fails.

Give LiFePO4 batteries a try if you’re in the market for a versatile and durable battery – you might be pleasantly surprised at all they have to offer!

What Are Lithium Batteries Used For the Most?

Due to their dependability, lithium batteries are becoming increasingly common. Their primary application appears to be in the outdoors, where they are required the most.

This is because lithium batteries can last much longer than other deep-cycle batteries and can operate in extreme hot and cold temperatures. They are also protected from unsafe conditions by a built-in battery management system.

More and more people are using lithium batteries for their RV, boat, kayak, or solar setup because of their many benefits. By switching to lithium, you can have a better outdoor experience overall.

How long can a home battery last during a power outage?

How long can a home battery last during a power outage?

The length of time a home battery can provide power during an outage depends on the features of the battery. Some batteries, for example, have a higher wattage than others, meaning they can provide more power for a longer period. Additionally, the size of the battery also impacts how long it can provide power. Larger batteries can store more energy and provide power for a longer period than smaller batteries.

So, how long can a home battery provide power during an outage? The answer to this question depends on the features of the battery, including its wattage and size. Some batteries can provide power for a longer period than others.

Factors affecting how much of your home a battery can power

When determining how much of your home’s power you can derive from a battery, there are two main components to consider:

  • the amount of power required
  • and power supplied by the battery.

Power is calculated in either kilowatt (kW) or amps (A).

Amps vs. kilowatts: what's the difference?

The voltage is the electrical pressure, and it’s measured in volts, which is volts divided by 1000. Don’t worry, we’re not going to boring you with technical information; all we want to ensure is that if you’re more familiar with amps or kilowatts than voltages, you’ll understand! A current measure is referred to as an ampere (abbreviated amp). Power is measured in watts (W). To convert amps to watts, multiply by voltage. The United States has two types of electrical panels: 120 V and 240 V. To change watts to amps, divide the number of watts by 1,000 (and then divide by 1,000 to get kilowatts): at 120 Volts, 2,400 Watts or 2.4 kW of power are produced when 20 amps flow through the circuit. Isn’t that simple?

Appliances/circuits you want to back up.

A home’s electrical panel usually has a 200 amp capacity. This means that if you wanted to back up the whole electrical panel and simultaneously provide power to every circuit, you would need a lot of power.

But, most homes don’t need to run every appliance or circuit simultaneously. This means you (or your installer) will need to compute the power consumption of various equipment in your home or circuits on your electrical panel. Batteries are rated in terms of power in kW and current in amps.

To find the wattage of each individual appliance, you can use the US Department of Energy’s appliance load calculator. Once you have the wattage for each appliance, you can calculate the power requirement backing up your home. For example, a refrigerator requires 200 watts, 20 watts per light bulb, 25 watts for a phone charger, and 300 watts for a TV.

You can determine how much power you need based on which appliances/circuits you want to back up.

The capacity of your battery (instantaneous and continuous)

The power rating of your battery is determined by its instantaneous and continuous power. Instantaneous power is the amount of power the battery can provide in a short burst, while continuous power is the amount it can provide steadily over time.

Look at the quick power rating for appliances that require a lot of power when first turned on. This will inform you whether or not the battery can give the extra surge of power required. The continuous power rating should be used to establish how many different appliances and circuits you can power at the same time for hours on end.

You can size an energy storage system appropriately once you know the power requirements of the part or all of your home that you want to back up. The majority of batteries have a continuous power rating of 5 to 8 kilowatts. This implies they may power numerous circuits or a few appliances at the same time.

Factors influencing how long a battery can power your home

The primary factors that impact how long your home’s battery can power appliances are the usable storage capacity and the systems you use. Solar pairing and load management also play a role in shortening or lengthening the time your power supply will last.

Usable storage capacity of your battery

From a storage standpoint, you’ll first want to know how much usable capacity your battery has. This is typically measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh), which refers to the amount of power (kW) over a certain amount of time (hrs).

For instance, if your battery has a useful capacity of 10 kWh, you may utilize 5 kW for 2 hours or 1 kW for 10 hours. As with your phone or computer, your battery will lose its charge faster the more you use it.

So if you’re looking at different storage options, compare the usable capacity in kWh between each option. This way, you can make the best decision for your needs.

What appliances are you using and how long have you been using them?

The next step is to identify which appliances you’ll require and for how long, based on the number of usable capacity your battery has as well as the power consumption of your devices. You may run a 10 kWh battery for approximately 10 hours if it contains a usable capacity of 10 kWh.

  • For less than 3 hours, a 3,500 W air source heat pump;
  • 300 W TV for 33 hours;
  • 50 hours in a 200 W refrigerator
  • For 100 hours, use five 20-watt light bulbs.
  • For 400 hours, a 25 W phone charger;
  • For 1,600 hours, use a 6 W WiFi router.

If you plan to keep your essentials–phones, computers, WiFi, refrigerator and some lights–during a power outage, you’ll need a 10kWh battery to make it through nearly 24 hours. Remember that running multiple appliances simultaneously impacts how long the backup will last.

Whether your battery is paired with solar

Because a standalone battery is not rechargeable without an electricity grid, it is only a viable option for short outages. If longer outages are experienced, pairing a battery with a solar panel system is best. This way, backup power can be provided to your home indefinitely as long as the sun continues to rise.

A battery connected to a solar panel system is useful since it allows you to recharge your battery while still keeping your home powered if the rest of your block is still dark. You can provide backup power for your property even if there are gloomy days as long as the sun shines at some point.

How to load management devices can prolong your stored energy capacity

If you install a battery for your home’s backup power, you’ll need to decide which outlets, rooms, and appliances you want to include in the backup. This could be a problem if you didn’t realize an outage and tried turning on too many things simultaneously.

By installing your battery with a load management device, like an energy management system, you can let the software manage your battery usage efficiently and safely. This way, you don’t need to worry about critical load panels or battery overload. Everything will be handled by the system. This is a much more convenient solution that can prolong the life of your stored energy capacity.

In conclusion, load management devices are a great way to prolong your stored energy capacity and make life more convenient. These devices don’t have to worry about critical load panels or battery overload. Everything will be taken care of by the system.

How to figure out how much of your house you can power with a battery and for how long

To determine how much of your home can be powered by a battery, consider the battery’s power rating as well as the wattage of the appliances you’re using. A 5 kW battery can usually power many devices at once, such as a refrigerator (800 W to start, 200 W to run), furnace fan for gas heat (600 W), cell phone chargers (25 W each), a WiFi router (6 W), a dozen light bulbs (21 W per light bulb, or around 250 W total), and even a microwave.

The battery’s life is determined by how much power each item consumes and how long you use them. Appliances like air conditioners and heat pumps typically used for longer periods can use up a lot of power. A common air conditioner might consume 5 kW of power, whereas a more efficient air source heat pump may require as little as 3 kW to heat and cool your home.

It’s important to keep in mind how long you plan to use each appliance, as the longer they’re running, the less amount of stored energy you’ll have to power other appliances. If you keep your TV on daily, it will use over 7 kWh of electricity daily, a significant portion of many batteries’ typical 10 kWh of usable energy storage.

Always compare battery life when choosing between different options- use an app from your inverter or smart electrical panel to give you approximate numbers. Doing this allows you to find the best possible option for yourself and your needs rather than assuming all batteries are created equal.

Picking the Optimal 12 Volt Battery Type

Picking the Optimal 12 Volt Battery Type

Batteries are important in any vehicle, boat, RV, or other equipment. There are various 12-volt battery types available on the market, but which one is right for you? This blog article will go through the many sorts of 12-volt batteries and help you decide which one is best for your needs. Stay tuned!

What is a 12V Battery?

Frequently used in RVs, boats, and other automobile systems, 12V batteries are a key component in many devices. A battery will need one or more cells to produce an electric current through a chemical reaction, allowing electrons to flow through a circuit. However, batteries cannot generate energy or power on their own and instead store it for later use.

The power provided by a battery is direct current (DC) as opposed to the alternating current (AC) received from wall outlets in homes. If necessary, DC electricity can be converted to AC power using an inverter.. Additionally, multiple 12-volt batteries can be connected in series or parallel to create a higher voltage or more storage capacity. For example, two 12-volt batteries in series results in a 24-volt system. However, if these same batteries were connected in parallel, the voltage would remain at 12 volts, but the amount of time the device can be powered would double.

Installed on a boat, these batteries are often used in series to provide 36 volts for a trolling motor. In an RV, this battery system generally powers basic systems like lights and some appliances while plugged into shore power. However, when travelling or boondocking, the battery system is the main power source.

12V Battery Types

Two dominant types of 12-volt rechargeable storage batteries are lead-acid and Lithium-ion. While Lead-acid has been around for quite a while, Lithium‐ion is the newer technology. There are many kinds of Lead‐acid batteries, so we will start there.

The electrolyte in flooded lead-acid batteries can move freely within the battery casing. The battery acid and lead plates combine to store energy when charged. These batteries should be mounted upright so that the electrolyte does not escape from the tops of the caps.


Flooded Lead-Acid batteries have many advantages. They are very inexpensive, starting at around $100. They are also durable, lasting 2 to 5 years with proper maintenance. These batteries are also easy to find and widely available.

One of the main advantages of Flooded Lead-Acid batteries is that they require very little maintenance. You only need to check the water level periodically and top it off as needed. These batteries are also more tolerant of deep discharge cycles than other types of lead-acid batteries.


There are certain drawbacks to using Flooded Lead-Acid batteries. One is that they require more frequent maintenance than some other types of batteries. You must check the water level on a frequent basis and top it off as needed. These batteries are also more sensitive to temperature extremes than other types of lead-acid batteries. They may need to be stored in a cool, dry place to maximize their lifespan.

Sealed Valve-Regulated Lead-Acid Batteries (VRLA)

The VRLA battery is the most popular among reserve power designs because electrolytes cannot spill even if the case becomes punctured. Also, maintenance for VRLA batteries is not required–you don’t have to add water or any other substance to them.


VRLA batteries are very low maintenance, as they do not require frequent watering like flooded lead-acid batteries. This also makes them more spill-proof and safer to use. They can be mounted in any orientation, as there is no risk of leakage. VRLA batteries also have a longer lifespan than flooded lead-acid batteries and can tolerate more deep discharge cycles.


VRLA batteries are more expensive than flooded lead-acid batteries, both upfront and in terms of replacement costs. They also require a higher initial current to get started, which can be an issue for some applications. Additionally, VRLA batteries tend to self-discharge at a higher rate than flooded lead-acid batteries, so they may need to be replaced more frequently.

Gel 12 Volt Batteries

The 12V gel battery uses a different type of electrolyte: a gel made of silica. The necessary lead plates are suspended by this silica-based gel while allowing electrons to flow between them.


Gel batteries have a few advantages over traditional lead-acid batteries.

First, the gel electrolyte is less likely to spill than liquid acid, making gel batteries safer to use and transport.

Additionally, the gel electrolyte is not as susceptible to low temperatures as liquid acid, meaning that gel batteries may be utilized in a broader variety of environments.

Finally, gel batteries require less maintenance than lead-acid batteries, as they have a lower risk of developing sulfation (a buildup of lead sulfate on the battery plates).


Despite these advantages, gel batteries do have a few drawbacks.

First, they are generally more expensive than lead-acid batteries.

Also, gel batteries typically have a shorter lifespan than lead-acid batteries, meaning they will need to be replaced more frequently.

Ultimately, whether or not a gel battery is the right choice will depend on your specific needs and preferences.

AGM 12 Volt Batteries

An absorbent glass mat (AGM) sealed lead-acid battery. AGM 12V batteries have lead plates sandwiched between fiberglass electrolyte mats. This allows for increased efficiency when discharging and recharging the batteries.


Since AGM batteries don’t need special charging equipment or care, they are much easier to maintain than Gel batteries. In addition, AGM batteries work well in most temperatures and have a longer lifespan.


Though AGM batteries have several benefits, they can be more expensive than lead-acid or gel batteries.

Challenges For All Lead-Acid Battery Types

Lead-acid batteries are not ideal for renewable energy applications because they require a lot of maintenance and have long recharge times.

Deep discharges and partial charges damage lead-acid batteries, so careful monitoring is required to get the full lifespan of these batteries.

In addition, lead-acid batteries need a special absorption charge to get fully charged, which makes them less practical for applications that involve lots of charges and discharge cycles.

Lithium-Ion 12 Volt Battery Types

It’s no secret that lead-acid batteries have been the go-to for years for 12-volt battery types. However, lithium-ion batteries are quickly becoming a more popular option – and for a good reason. Lithium-ion batteries, as opposed to lead-acid batteries, employ lithium salt to provide more efficient electrical storage.

This results in several advantages for those willing to upgrade, even though RV Lithium-Ion batteries come with a heftier price tag of around $900 each. Here are some reasons why more and more people are making the switch to lithium-ion batteries.


Lithium-ion batteries offer several advantages over their lead-acid counterparts.

  • Firstly, they are much more efficient in terms of electricity storage. This means you can get more power out of a lithium-ion battery than you would from a lead-acid battery of the same size.
  • Secondly, lithium-ion batteries are much lighter than lead-acid batteries, making them easier to transport and install.
  • Finally, lithium-ion batteries have a far longer lifespan than lead-acid batteries, which means they won’t need to be replaced as frequently.

Despite the advantages, some people still stick with lead-acid batteries for their RVs.

  • The main reason is cost – lithium-ion batteries can be nearly double the price of lead-acid batteries.

However, many people feel that the benefits of lithium-ion batteries outweigh the cost and are happy to make the investment.

If you’re considering upgrading to lithium-ion batteries for your RV, it’s important to research and make sure they’re the right choice for you. Consider the advantages and drawbacks carefully to ensure you make the best decision for your needs.

How to Select the Best 12 Volt Battery Type for Your Needs

There are various 12V battery types available on the market, each with its advantages and disadvantages. When choosing on the finest sort of battery for you, you must consider your budget, the temperatures you will be using the battery, and how much maintenance you are willing to do.

Lead-acid batteries are more affordable but can be less reliable in extreme temperatures and require more maintenance than other types of batteries. Gel batteries are a good choice for people who don’t want to worry about adding water to their batteries but require additional charging steps. AGM and sealed lead acid batteries are low-maintenance options that are ideal for people who don’t want to deal with the possibility of spills or corrosion. Lithium-ion batteries offer the longest lifespan and highest power output, making them the best choice for most RVers.

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