NEW – 12V 165 Ah Lithium Battery EXPEDITION SERIES
Challenge your limits with our new, Tournament Lithium 12Volt 165Ah Lithium Battery EXPEDITION SERIES. If you’re someone who lives to fish and needs the very maximum time on water – this is just what they’ll provide! The greatest storage capacity possible; ultimate power in a group 31 cell design – it’s all here for those looking forward to some serious fishing action or other outdoor adventures.
Lithium Batteries are changing the way we fish, power our boats, RV, solar and portable power. The EXPEDITION SERIES from Tournament Lithium allows you to push your limits to unlimited time on the water. Full wind, waves, current and all three at once are a challenge for most Lithium batteries. The EXPEDITION is a game changer! You can be on the water in all conditions and never lose power even in a 14 hour day. At a group 31 size, and still half the weight of your AGM’S you still get the weight and power benefits that Lithium batteries provide. Get there first and fish longer than anyone else with our Tournament Lithium EXPEDITION SERIES. Lithium Batteries. Tournament Lithium “Changing the way you fish” .
Operating temperature is 10°F to 140°F or -20°C to 60°C. Do not charger below 32°F or 0°.
12V 165 Ah Lithium Battery
Lithium batteries are electrochemical systems, they store electricity as a chemical. Therefore, their performance is affected by ambient temperature. Operating your battery below 32°F(0°C) can cause metal deposition at the negative electrode, leading to a short circuit. Above 140°F(60°C), other parasitic reactions are promoted leading to further degradation.
Not all lithium batteries are created equal. Like anything you get what you pay for. Our batteries use grade a copper tipped cells to meet the highest standards. The interior casing is stainless steel. This protects that battery through the grueling demands of on water activity. Competitors wrap their batteries in tape and plastic board. Our BMS system for overall battery protection is a large superior class electronic component compared to small units used on some batteries. Our battery cost is almost 80% more to make than cheaper alternatives.