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Go Power Lithium RV Battery - Deep Cycle - LiFePO4 - Group 31 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour

Go Power Lithium RV Battery - Deep Cycle - LiFePO4 - Group 31 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour

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This deep cycle lithium battery provides efficient, long-lasting power for your RV. Built-in BMS protects your battery and optimizes charging from solar controllers and converter chargers. Longer life and faster charging than AGM batteries. Call 800-298-1624 to order Go Power battery part number 34282738 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Go Power products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Go Power Lithium RV Battery - Deep Cycle - LiFePO4 - Group 31 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour. Battery reviews from real customers.
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Go Power Battery - 34282738

  • RV Battery
  • Lithium Solar Battery
  • 12V
  • Go Power
  • 100 Ah
  • Group 31
  • 12-15/16L x 7W x 9-1/4T Inch

This deep cycle lithium battery provides efficient, long-lasting power for your RV. Built-in BMS protects your battery and optimizes charging from solar controllers and converter chargers. Longer life and faster charging than AGM batteries.


  • Lithium iron phosphate battery provides long-lasting, efficient power to your RV
    • Deep cycle process allows the battery to be repeatedly charged and discharged
  • Built-in BMS protects your battery from damage and makes charging more efficient
    • Offers voltage, temperature, overcurrent, and short circuit protection
    • Optimizes charging profile when used with a compatible solar controller or converter charger
  • Lithium architecture outperforms AGM batteries
    • Quicker charging lets you top off your battery up to 4 times faster
    • Longer life cycle means you don't need to recharge as often
    • Safer chemistry has no emissions and requires no venting
    • Lighter weight makes the battery easier to handle


  • Type: lithium iron phosphate
  • Capacity: 100 amp hours
  • Battery group: 31
  • Voltage:
    • Nominal: 12.8 V
    • Maximum charge: 14.6 VAC
    • Charge cutoff: 14.6 VAC
    • Discharge cutoff: 8.4 VAC
  • Charge current:
    • Recommended: 50 amps
    • Maximum: 100 amps
  • Maximum discharge current:
    • Continuous: 100 amps
    • 30 minutes: 120 amps
    • 5 seconds: 150 amps
  • Operating temperature:
    • Charge: 32 F to 131 F
    • Discharge: -4 F to 131 F
  • Storage temperature:
    • 1 week: -4 F to 122 F
    • 1 month: -4 F to 113 F
    • 6 months: -4 F to 104 F
  • Dimensions: 12-15/16" long x 9-3-16" tall x 6-1/2" wide
  • Weight: 36 lbs
  • 10-Year warranty

Note: Please check your battery compartment measurements prior to ordering. This battery is non-returnable.

Note: This battery cannot be installed in series.

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Video Transcript for Go Power Lithium RV Battery Review

Hi there RV and camper owners. Today we're gonna be taking a look at Go Power's line of lithium batteries. These are available in various sizes, so you can fit inside your trailer. We're showing off the Group 4D battery today, but you do have to check our site to find which one's gonna be best for you. Now the various sizes are likely gonna have different amp power ratings, and that's gonna be the capacity of the battery. So you also wanna pay attention to that to make sure you have the right physical size to fit in your trailer, and also that you've got the amount of capacity that's gonna meet your power needs.

We've just put this in our customer's travel trailer here, and he's done this upgrade because there's a lot of benefits you get with a lithium battery over your traditional lead acid. One of the biggest ones being weight, cause you can see we've got this huge battery here with a large amount of capacity, but you have to lift it up into this small compartment, and lithiums are significantly lighter. In addition to being lighter, you're gonna have a more consistent power output from it. They're going to give you more capacity in the same size form factor. So another battery that was lead acid that's a Group 4D size here is likely gonna have less capacity than what this one is here, lithiums are higher.

They also are going to provide you with more life cycle. So they'll charge more times than a regular lead acid. So there's just a whole benefit. It's a little benefits that you'll get by making the conversion. Now, I do have a messed up hand here, but I wanted to show how much lighter this battery is.

We've recently just worked with another manufacturer of the AGM batteries, and we put one in this size and that battery was close to 200 pounds. I had a real hard time, I had to get some assistance with me to even attempt to get this battery to move inside the box. But you can see here even with a little bit of messed up on my hand, this battery is able to lift up. And with this one weighing close to 80 pounds, it's way lighter than what that AGM competitor was. Now, lithium batteries, they are kind of a newer technology that's hitting the market for RV and campers out there.

There is a bit different chemistry inside on how lithium batteries work. So it does change a few things that you need to know about lithiums versus your regular lead acid. But to help simplify the differences between the two, Go Power has installed a battery monitoring system inside the battery here, so it monitors the individual cells. Because lithium has a different structure inside. There are a different amount of cells inside of a lithium than there are in a regular lead acid of a similar voltage. So it uses this controller inside to ensure that it properly charges the battery and that the battery is not going to over exert itself at any point and discharge it beyond a point that would cause damage to it. So what this means is that this battery monitoring system, you can drop this battery into your trailer, just like you would a regular battery, and you can charge it and use it just like a regular battery. And that monitor inside will ensure that you're not gonna damage it. So for example, with the lithium, if you we're to discharge it too far, it could actually damage the cells inside. The battery monitoring system will disconnect the battery once the voltage has reached a certain point. And that's about 8.4 volts on this particular battery here. And what will happen then is it will disconnect itself. So if you we're to leave a light on, it would just turn it off, it would keep its battery, the cells inside disconnected until you we're to hook up a charger to bring it back up, and that would ensure that these cells aren't going to go beyond a point that would cause them to lower the life expectancy of the battery. The internal battery monitoring system also works when you do go to charge that battery back up. So even if you didn't discharge it all the way, you're just charging it up, whether it'd be with a charger that you put on, a regular charger, whether it be a lithium charger, or if you guys just got it hooked up to your truck and you're driving down the road and trickle charging it that way, the internal monitor will take the current that's going in and it will appropriately distribute it to the individual cells inside. And often times, your lithium batteries will charge at a significantly faster rate than your regular lead acid or AGM batteries. Most of those batteries, you charge it 30 or less percent of what the capacity is for charging it up. With these, you can charge it about 50% of the capacity, which this is 250 amp/hours, you can charge this one at about 100 amp/hours. So not quite 50%, but still much higher, which means you're gonna be able to get this charged in a less amount of time, so you can spend more time out doing what you enjoy doing and using your power. This is also useful if you have a solar controller. Some of the batteries you might depending on how much solar you can harness. You might be harnessing more solar than your battery can take in, and then that extra capacity that you would be charging is just dissipated as heat in your solar controller, whereas this battery can handle a higher charge, you can then harness more of that sun's power and get it into your battery at a faster rate than an AGM. Now, if you're interested in solar solutions, Go Power does have a whole line here of various size solar panels that will fit on your RV regardless of the size, as well as various different solar controllers. The controllers all have appropriate strategies in them for lithium batteries, and that's important as well to ensure that whether you're storing or charging your batteries, you're doing it at the appropriate rate. Again, it does have the battery monitoring system inside, but if you can match it with a better controller, you can take benefit of that faster charge time and also slightly increase the life of your battery by charging it appropriately. Now, if you don't have a solar option and you're just looking to charge your batteries up, whether it's for placing them into storage or maybe just taking it out of storage, you need to charge them up for use for the season, I recommend NOCO's Genius line of battery chargers. They're all compatible with lithium batteries, and that's gonna ensure you get the best strategy to charge these up as fast as possible, and also keep the health of the battery as best as possible as well. With lithiums, you're gonna have more charge cycles than you would with a regular lead acid. You're gonna get about 5,000 full deep charge life cycles with the lithium, and a regular lead acid it's only gonna get about 25% of what a lithium is gonna have. And while I recommend it, NOCO's battery chargers, you can just use a regular battery charger that you would use for your lead acid batteries. You do wanna make sure though, that there's not a desulfating setting on that charger. You don't wanna use that with lithiums, that's specifically for those lead acid to keep those batteries topped up at 100% to keep them from desulfating. With lithium batteries, if you're gonna be storing them and stuff, you don't store them at 100%. So you just don't wanna use that process, it can be damaging to your lithium batteries. And another huge benefit you're gonna get with a lithium battery over your regular lead acid or AGM batteries, is it's gonna have a more consistent power output. As AGM and lead acid batteries discharge, their voltage drops, and you're gonna notice that with the operation of some of your components. Your slide out while it was fully topped up at the beginning, might've moved out very fast. If you've used a lot of the capacity of your batteries throughout the day and you go to pull it back in before you leave it, might come in really slow. With a lithium as it discharges its capacity, its voltage does drop too, but the voltage doesn't drop nearly as much as with a lead acid or AGM battery, which means you're gonna have a more consistent power output. You'll have more amperage available throughout its entire capacity life, which means you're gonna have more consistent operation, that slide out that was kind of barely struggling to come back in with the lead acid that was almost discharged. It's gonna come in almost like normal even when these batteries are at a lower charge. Another difference between lithium and your regular lead acid or AGM batteries is the storage charge that you wanna keep them at. With your regular lead acid and AGM batteries, you wanna keep them topped up near 100%, and usually you wanna have some sort of trickle charge on them to help keep them from desulfating to maximize the amount of life that they have when they are stored for a season. With your lithium batteries, we actually don't wanna store these at 100%. We also don't wanna store them in a discharged state, either completely discharged. The ideal state for storing your lithium battery is gonna be between 30 and 70%. I like to keep it pretty close to around 50 to slightly higher than 50, because even when you store them your voltage is gonna drop very slightly over a long period of time. It just gives you a little bit of head room if you're gonna be leaving it for potentially that whole season until summer comes around again. And that completes our look at Go Power's line of lithium batteries..

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Go Power Lithium RV Battery - Deep Cycle - LiFePO4 - Group 31 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour - 34282738

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

This deep cycle lithium battery provides efficient, long-lasting power for your RV. Built-in BMS protects your battery and optimizes charging from solar controllers and converter chargers. Longer life and faster charging than AGM batteries.

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