A technical drawing of the Transporter Energy lithium-ion battery

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Usable power comparison

This demonstrates the power you can actually use to power your appliances

Appliances such as TV's, LED lights, Satelite systems, Heating Controls, Inverters etc require stable voltage above 12 volts to operate. Lithium battery voltage remains stable right to the very end. Lead Acid, AGM and GEL does not!

Everything working functionally

Below here - TV turn off, Appliances start to fail

Danger - The battery is being severely damaged.

Permanent Damage - Replace battery. Unrecoverable.

Lead acid

100% 12.70v
90% 12.60v
80% 12.42v
70% 12.34v
60% 12.15v
50% 11.96v
40% 11.82v
30% 11.65v
20% 11.39v
10% 10.94v


100% 12.80v
90% 12.65v
80% 12.50v
70% 12.37v
60% 12.27v
50% 12.01v
40% 11.81v
30% 11.66v
20% 11.12v
10% 10.50v


100% 13.20v
90% 13.20v
80% 13.20v
70% 13.20v
60% 13.20v
50% 13.20v
40% 13.20v
30% 13.20v
20% 13.20v
10% 13.10v

Lead and AGM manufacturers quote: "At 12 volts there is a tipping point where the voltage goes from relatively constant to plumeting rapidly"

Battery comparison

Why Transporter Energy?

Description Market Leading 110AH AGM Market Leading 110AH Lead Acid Transporter Energy 100 amp battery Benefits
Warranty Period 2 Years 3 Years 10 Years
Cycles 400 @ 80% DoD 250 @ 80% DoD 5000 @ 80% DoD
Weight 32Kg 26Kg 13.1Kg 13-19Kg Lighter
Country of Manufacture China China USA
intertek Approved NO NO YES
UK.Gov OPSS Approved NO NO YES
Safe DoD 50% 50% 97%
Terminal Material Steel Lead Alloy Brass
Built in Battery Management System NO NO YES
Useable Amp Hours 55 55 97
Safe Charging Time / AMPS 5 Hours 30 Mins @ 20 Amps 11 Hours @ 8 Amps 1 Hours 40 Mins @ 60 Amps 4-9 hours faster
Minimum Charging Time 3 Hours 40 Mins @ 30 Amps 5.5 Hours @ 16 Amps 1 Hour @ 100 Amps
Maximum Lifetime Capacity 49,500AH @30% DoD 24,000AH @ 30% DoD 400,000AH @ 80% DoD up to 350,000AH more
Minimum Lifetime Capacity 35,200AH @ 80% DoD 22,000AH @ 80% DoD 400,000AH @ 80% DoD
Life Expectancy 2 Year + 3 Years + 10 Years + 7 years more
Fitted in any Orientation NO NO YES
Voltage stable throughout discharge NO NO YES
Initial Cost per Unit (RRP Inc. VAT) £300.00 £150.00 £1,199.00 Save £1,801 over life
Cost Per Amp Hour 0.90 pence 0.60 pence 0.29 pence 2-3 times cheaper

*Comparison based on market product Victron 100 amp battery, closest to the Transporter Energy Battery.

100% use for longer

Flexible and dynamic

Lithium-ion batteries can discharge almost 100% of their power without suffering any loss of efficiency, giving you up to 50% more usable power than a traditional battery. Less time spent charging means more time doing the things you love.

And Transporter Energy batteries will still be going strong, even after years of constant use. They retain up to 80% of their rated capacity, even after 5000 cycles; that’s a life of around 13 years.

More specification
Lithium-ion vs. lead acid battery comparison chart

Technical specification

Capacity, current and charge; all you need to know

Take an in-depth look at all the facts and figures you need to know about Transporter Energy batteries. From discharge rates to dimensions, current to capacity our technical specification will help you to make informed decisions to help maximise the output and life-span of your lithium-ion batteries. If you have any doubt about your battery size, capacity or electric system please call us on 01323 405 375 or contact us. Transporter Energy do not take responsibility if any of our batteries are ordered and turn out to not be compatible.

Usable energy in lead acid vs. Transporter Energy lithium-ion batteries

Our battery at a glance

  • 100 Amp Hour, 12 Volt battery
  • LiFePO4 chemistry
  • 3000 - 5000 cycles
  • Compatible with your current lithium charger, smart charger or inverter charger
  • Drop-in replacement for lead acid and gel batteries
  • Ten-year guarantee
  • Designed and assembled in Nevada, USA
The Victron Connect power monitoring app

Built-in battery management system

  • Built-in with no extra purchase required
  • 100 Amps continuous
  • 200 Amps surge for 30 seconds
  • 1/2 second surge for larger loads
  • High/low voltage protection
  • Short circuit protection
  • High/low temperature protection
  • Automatic cell balancing
Intertek battery testing

Intertek Tested

Intertek logo

Our batteries have been trialled and tested with Intertek, including the following tests:

  • Thermal Tests
  • Vibrations Tests
  • Shock Tests
  • Overcharge Tests
  • External Short Circuit Tests

Battery specification

DC nominal voltage 12V
Usable capacity (amp hours) 100 Ah
Rated capacity (watt hours) 1200 Wh (1.2kw)
Max discharge current (c/1) 100A (continuous) - 200A (surge for 30 seconds) 1/2 second surge for higher loads
Max charge current (c/1)* 100A
DC charging voltage range 14.4 — 14.6V
Depth of discharge Up to 100%
Operating efficiency 99%
Operating temperature -20 to 71C
Charge temperature -4 to 57C
Cycle life 5000 @ 80% DoD
Average lifespan 13 — 15 years
Lifetime capacity 400,000 Ah
Dimensions (l x w x h) 32.4 x 17.3 x 22.9
Weight 13.1kg

*Note: Lower C rates will extend the battery life. Mfr suggests a C/2 charge as optimal. After 3000 cycles, there will be approximately 75% battery capacity remaining if charging/ discharging at C/1 rate.

Transporter Energy Capacity

By connecting the battery in parallel you create an Energy Store providing a minimum of 4.8 kw hours of power and can be scaled to meet your requirements.

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Number of batteries 4 batteries 6 batteries 8 batteries
DC voltage nominal 12v
Usable capacity (Amp hours) 400 Ah 600 Ah 800 Ah
Rated capacity (Kilowatt hours) 4.8 Kw hours 7.23 Kw hours 9.6 Kw hours
Max discharge current (c/1) 400A (continuous) 800A (surge for 30 secs) 600A (continuous) 1200A (surge for 30 secs) 800A (continuous) 1600A (surge for 30 secs)
1/2 second surge for higher loads
Max charge current (c/1)* 400 A 600 A 800 A
Lifetime capacity 1.2 million Ah 1.8 million Ah 2.4 million Ah
Weight 52.4 Kg 78.6 Kg 104.8 Kg

*Note: Lower C rates will extend the battery life. Mfr suggests a C/2 charge as optimal. After 3000 cycles, there will be approximately 75% battery capacity remaining if charging/ discharging at C/1 rate.

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