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Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery - LiFePO4 - Bluetooth - Group 27 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour

Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery - LiFePO4 - Bluetooth - Group 27 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour

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Lithium battery powers your RV or camper that requires a group size 27 battery. Battery lasts longer and charges faster than lead acid options. Bluetooth connectivity to Power Sonic app allows you to monitor battery's status on your smart device. Call 800-298-1624 to order Power Sonic battery part number PS94FR or order online at Free expert support on all Power Sonic products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery - LiFePO4 - Bluetooth - Group 27 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour. Battery reviews from real customers.
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Power Sonic Battery - PS94FR

  • Golf Cart Battery
  • RV Battery
  • Lithium Battery
  • 12V
  • 100 Ah
  • Group 27
  • Power Sonic
  • 12-1/2L x 6-1/2W x 8-1/2T Inch

Lithium battery powers your RV or camper that requires a group size 27 battery. Battery lasts longer and charges faster than lead acid options. Bluetooth connectivity to Power Sonic app allows you to monitor battery's status on your smart device.


  • Lithium-ion battery powers your RV or camper
    • Also great for powering solar generators, golf carts, mobility wheelchairs, and sump pumps
  • Battery management system optimizes safety and performance
    • Protects against overcharging, discharging, overcurrent, and overheating
  • Bluetooth connectivity to Power Sonic app allows you to monitor the battery
    • Monitor state of charge, current, temperature, battery health, and more
  • Cycle life is 10 times greater than lead acid batteries
  • Charging rate is significantly faster than comparable lead acid batteries
    • Self-discharge rate is lower than lead acid batteries
  • Battery capacity doesn't decrease due to discharging
  • Parallel connection is possible with up to 4 batteries
  • Plastic case construction is flame retardant and impact resistant
  • Lightweight battery is easier to handle and won't add significant weight to your RV


  • Voltage: 12.8V
  • Capacity: 100 amp-hours
  • Group size: 27
  • Terminal type: M8
  • Dimensions: 12-1/2" long x 6-1/2" wide x 8-1/2" tall
  • Weight: 28.2 lbs
  • 2.5-Year warranty

Note: This battery cannot be installed in series.

PSL-BTP-121000 AMS PowerSonic Deep Cycle Battery for RV or Solar - LiFePO4 - Group 27 - 12.8V - 100 Ah

Installation Details PS94FR Installation instructionsAlternate Instructions PS94FR Installation instructions

Customer Reviews

Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery - LiFePO4 - Bluetooth - Group 27 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour - PS94FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Lithium battery powers your RV or camper that requires a group size 27 battery. Battery lasts longer and charges faster than lead acid options. Bluetooth connectivity to Power Sonic app allows you to monitor battery's status on your smart device.

- PS94FR

We have had a wonderful experience with etrailer. We had to purchase lithium ion batteries 3 times because of problems with specs and sizing and each time etrailer made a potentially frustrating situation pain free. When I have interacted with an etrailer customer service representatives they have been kind, patient, understanding, professional, and quick to help out. We will be customers for life because of this experience

- PS94FR

No complaints whatsoever! It weighs less than half of the original AGM and since it is Lithium it essentially has twice the output. I did "have to" add a different inverter to take full advantage of the storage capacity. The smart phone app is also very nice and useful. I can't comment on discharge when not in use because I powered some small items all winter to keep it in use. Just recharged it when it went dead.

- PS94FR

Installed a 9 panel array on a customers Pinnacle 5th Wheel. Extreme is not a strong enough word for this setup. Wished we had known all the "extra" little parts we were going to need when we made the rather large purchase(s) from etrailer for this job. Needed higher output controllers based on the amount of solar panels we were using, still need a few more batteries. Overall, we hope our customer will be quite pleased with his extreme setup and has many hours of boondocking in his future.


Ask the Experts about this Power Sonic Battery

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    Yes, the Bright Way Deep Cycle RV or Marine Battery # BRW94FR is a great battery for using with a trolling motor on a boat. The battery is sealed as it is an AGM battery so there is no acid that may leak. The battery is rated for 100 Amp Hours so you will be able to compare that with your trolling motor to determine how much operation time you will get from the one battery. If weight is an issue you may want to consider a Lithium battery. The Bright Way weighs almost 60lbs where a similar...
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  • Battery Replacement for Dry Camping that Will Last Longest
    The Lithium batteries are the best at lasting a really long time. The king of that would be the Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery part # PS74FR which is rated for 300 ah or for 200 amp hours part # PS64FR, or for 100 amp hours # PS94FR. Unlike deep cell batteries these last at least 15 percent longer and you get to use the full charge of the battery instead of it draining to a point where the rest of the life of it isn't useful. They are also much lighter.
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  • Battery and Inverter for Camper Van
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  • Can You Reduce the Battery Size to Save Weight On a Trailer
    If you are looking to reduce the weight of your battery then the best option is to switch to lithium which are up to 30% lighter than lead acid. In regards to the exact size you need, I really don't recommend straying away from the size the trailer came equipped with originally as this is what they have determine suitable for the trailer and normal use. If you wanted to go with a smaller battery you'd need to calculate your specific needs by running some power draw tests. The Power Sonic...
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    To power everything you have you'd need something with a lot of wattage like our 6 panel Go Power AE 6 kit part # 342-75011 which is capable of putting out up to 1,140 watts per hour. This has capability of powering up to 50 amps too like what your fridge has. Hopefully you have high amperage Lithium batteries already as well like with the part # PS94FR which is rated for 100 amp hours or part # PS44FR which is rated for 125 amp hours.
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  • Installing A Lithium Battery In A Class C RV
    The Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery - LiFePO4 - Bluetooth - Group 27 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour Item # PS94FR can definitely be installed in your RV. It has a bluetooth connection app that will monitor power levels. Certain converter chargers like the Progressive Dynamics Inteli-Power RV Converter and Smart Battery Charger - 12V - 60 Amps Item # PD9260C come with a "charge wizard" which will monitor your batteries to provide the correct voltage to properly charge to safely charge your battery....
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  • Can You Add A 110V Outlet And Solar To A 6x12 Enclosed Trailer
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  • Is DC-to-DC Charger Required To Use Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery LiFePO4 PS94FR?
    You do not need to have a DC-to-DC charger like the Redarc # 331-BCDC1225D installed in your trailer to use the Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery - LiFePO4 - Bluetooth - Group 27 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour # PS94FR you have. You can hook the battery directly to the 12v power circuit of your tow vehicle, but this will not charge up the battery. It will only put a maintenance charge on the battery due to that circuit having so little of an amp rating. Since you are not worried about having the battery...
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  • Power Draw of Progressive Dynamics Pure Sine Wave Inverter w/ Transfer Switch, # PD64FR
    The Progressive Dynamics Pure Sine Wave Inverter w/ Transfer Switch, # PD64FR is a 12 Volt inverter with a rated running power output of up to 2,000 watts and a surge capacity of 4,000 watts. Its power consumption, i.e. watts and amps, is based on what you are drawing from it. Having a battery bank made from two Group 27 - 12V - 100 Amp Hour Power Sonic RV Lithium Battery, # PS94FR will make a good battery bank. I suggest you do an online search for a solar battery bank calculator to...
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    Lithium batteries do need a higher voltage charge than standard batteries so you will need to replace your converter so for a 30 amp charger/converter you'd want the part # PD9130LV. For a lithium batteries then the Power Sonic RV part # PS94FR is a 100 amp battery that would work really well.
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  • What Needs to Change to Go From Lead Acid to Lithium Trailer Batteries
    Lithium batteries really are much nicer than lead acid batteries in terms of how well they hold a charge. There is a much bigger investment required though as the batteries themselves are more expensive you need to use chargers designed for them since they charge at a higher voltage. You would need a new charger from your tow vehicle as well as the inverter from shore power to accommodate this. For a Group 31 battery that is lithium you'd want the part # 34282738. Then for a lithium charger...
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  • Converting RV From 30 Amp To 50 Amp
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