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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes.  Batteries will generally be received between 10-11v as we are not permitted to ship a charged battery.  We offer basic LifePo4 battery chargers here: Battery Charger – 6amps – Glowe Voltage

We rate our batteries using several different methods.  We provide the total amperage output of the battery, and we use Taramps mono amplifiers for a general guideline of what amplifier rating this will support.  For instance, a Taramps 8k amplifier has a maximum music consumption of approximately 320 amps of current. 

Yes!  For more information, check out the YouTube video we made on the subject here: https://youtu.be/XEWEEldGChc

Yes! Our batteries can be charged at up to 14.8v. 13.8v-14.4v is optimal.

Our batteries will hold much more consistent voltage throughout the charge and discharge cycle. Also, unlike lead acid batteries, you get nearly the entire rated capacity. A typical AGM only gives 60-70% of it’s rated capacity in usable energy.

Out batteries are rated for 2000-6000 charge cycles and should last for up to 10 years. A typical AGM battery is rated for 400 charge cycles with a 3-5 year lifespan. 

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