A technical drawing of the Transporter Energy lithium-ion battery

Designed to power your leisure time

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.

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Our battery at a glance

  • 100 Amp Hour, 12 Volt battery
  • LiFePO4 chemistry
  • 3000 - 5000 cycles
  • Compatible with your current 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

Intelligent battery management system

  • 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 batteries and testing

INTERTEK TRANSPORTATION

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)</br>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 300,000 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.

Power anywhere

Transporter Energy Store

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.