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Key facts

The only lithium-ion phosphate industrial battery

CE and Intertec approved in the UK

Our safe, efficient and environmentally friendly batteries are lightweight and have a wide variety of applications. From powering your leisure activities to providing essential backup for critical power supplies, they keep you running when you need it most.

Simple to use and with a 5000-cycle lifespan, lithium-ion batteries are revolutionising the way we use power. Here are some key facts to help you better understand their potential. If you have other questions, please get in touch with our team of experts.

Q: Where are your batteries made?

A: All of our batteries are designed, assembled and tested in Nevada, USA.

Q: Are your batteries safe?

A: Because they don’t contain lead or acid, lithium-ion batteries are far safer than traditional batteries.

The Internal Battery Management System prevents the battery from overheating, discharging excessive voltage or short circuiting.

Our battery is the only lithium leisure battery to have been tested and passed first time by INTERTEK in the USA, which proves it is safe enough to be transported by plane, a rare distinction. It is also CE approved in the UK and Europe.

Q: How long do your batteries last?

A: The exact lifespan will depend on how you use your battery, however, on average, each Transporter Energy lithium-ion battery will last 13 years or 5000 cycles.

Q: Can your batteries be mounted in any position?

A: Yes! Because there is no acid in the battery, and the small amount of liquid electrolyte is sealed within each cell, you have the flexibility to fit the battery wherever is most convenient.

Q: How much maintenance do your batteries need?

A: None! Once fitted Transporter Energy batteries are designed to be maintenance free. They can hold their charge for up to a year, meaning that if your vehicle or appliances are stored for any length of time, the battery will be ready to go as soon as you are.

Q: How long does it take to charge your batteries?

A: This depends on the type and size of the charging source, but typically it will be about 5 times faster than with a lead acid battery. To maintain the lifespan of your lithium-ion battery, we recommend that you charge at 50% of the capacity.