W-Standard Lithium Batterien

High performance lithium batteries of W-Standard

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WHY W-STANDARD E-Lithium battery?

The W-standard lithium batteries are high performance starter batteries. The W-standard e-lithium battery is made of lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4 / LFP) and has many advantages over the lead-acid battery.

W-Standard E-Lithium battery has many advantages over the lead-acid battery, a few examples of these:

Excellent recovery, charges in 10 till 15 minutes
Excellent performance in low temperature, even with -20 degree Celsius
5 times longer life
Low self discharge
Compact size, smaller and lighter weight
Eco- friendly, No acid, No lead, No heavy metals
Built-in ECU, to control and for safety
3 year warranty

Extreme power

The W-Standard E-Lithium Batteries have high CCA value this gives the starting power of the battery. A high Ah is nice, but for start battery less interesting. You don`t start for hours, but briefly.

CCA means Cold Cranking Amps. This is the amperage that delivers a battery for 30 seconds at 0 degrees Fahrenheit (= 17.7 degrees Celsius). The charged voltage remains in the test above 9.6 volts. This value is of importance to see whether a battery is strong enough to be able to be used as a starter battery in a vehicle.

Battery performance goes down quickly at lower temperatures. This is a perfect test to see the starting capacity of a battery.

Wrongly thought is that the number of Ah directly relates to the starting capacity of a battery. This is not true. Sometimes a 20Ah (20h) battery can have a larger starting power than a 60Ah (20h) battery. This all dependents on the technique used in the battery.