Our lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries are designed to replace the most common lead-acid battery sizes, so you can find the best cycle-proof lithium batteries for your motorhome.


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4 ways to power your lithium motorhome

Motorhomes and vans have two types of batteries. One is the starter battery or main battery, which is used to start the motorhome.Remember that the main batteries do not power your motorhome's household appliances.For this purpose, a second battery is used to power your appliances such as air conditioner, hair dryer, microwave,electric heater, refrigerator etc. This is the lithium deep cycle battery, also called the motorhome battery, camper battery,lithium leisure battery, the residential battery or secondary battery. Aolithium lithium batteries are the deep cycle battery.There are four ways to power RVs: mains charging, traction charging/vehicle alternator,solar charging and fuel generator charging.


Lithium battery
Lithium motorhome batteries are designed for longevity. Even after 4000 cycles, they are still able to deliver 70% of the rated power. Aolithium lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries last up to 10 years, making the price per watt a fraction of conventional batteries.

Battery monitor
Battery monitors are great tools that can tell you your battery's data such as SOC, battery voltage and current, capacity, etc. However, you do not need an external battery monitor if you choose Aolithium Lithium (LiFePO4) batteries. Aolithium Smart Bluetooth 5.0 Mobile App monitors all critical battery data and delivers it to your phone.

Inverter charger
An inverter charger combines an inverter and a battery charger. You can use a generator or shore power to charge your DC battery bank, and it also converts DC battery power into AC power for household appliances and devices.

Converter chargers
A converter converts alternating current into direct current. Most motorhome electrical components operate on direct current, while most household appliances require alternating current. You need a converter charger to charge your battery bank with alternating current, and it also allows you to distribute direct current to your electrical components on board. Make sure you choose the right type of charger for your batteries to get the maximum performance.

Solar panels
Installing a solar system is smart, but confusing at the same time. Should you use monocrystalline, polycrystalline or thin film? Do you need 12-volt panels, 24-volt panels, 48-volt panels or even 72-volt panels?Hopefully, after completing this section, you can make a wiser decision for your RV.How many watts?Aim for 200-250 watts of solar for every 100 Ah of lithium battery capacity. In a full day of direct sunlight, you can charge your phone from empty to fully charged. To charge your lithium batteries, you need a solar charge controller that is compatible with this system.Should I connect my array in series or parallel?Your solar charge controller will determine this. PWM controllers benefit from parallel connections. Parallel solar connections also allow for shade tolerance, which means that even if one panel in the array is shaded, the remaining panels will continue to produce power.Series connections are preferable for MPPT controllers because the increased voltage produced by this type of connection can result in higher efficiency. However, unlike parallel connections, they tend to lose power when one of the panels is shaded. People usually combine series and parallel to have the best of both worlds.

Solar Charge Controllers
The amount of electricity that flows from your solar system to your battery bank is controlled by a solar charge controller, which is a current or voltage regulator.Solar charge controllers are divided into two types:Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)Pulse Width Modulation solar charge controllers are straightforward controllers that connect your solar system to your battery bank. PWM solar controllers often only handle 12 or 24 volts.Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT)Solar charge controllers with maximum power point tracking are more complicated, but collect more energy from the solar array, resulting in better efficiencies. They can handle a wide range of voltages, so you can build a solar system with virtually any voltage type.

Inverter charger
An inverter charger combines an inverter and a battery charger. You can use a generator or shore power to charge your DC battery bank, and it also converts DC battery power into AC power for household appliances and devices.