InfinitiPower's new trolling and outboard batteries

InfinitiPower's new trolling and outboard batteries

InfinitiPower’s new range of lithium batteries has been specially-designed and purpose-built for electric trolling motors and outboards.

With a much smaller footprint and weighing just 40% of a traditional AGM battery, an InfinitiPower lithium battery is designed using the latest in lithium technology. It offers a longer runtime and, by keeping unnecessary weight out of the bow, does this without compromising on either storage space or the handling and performance of the vessel.

InfinitiPower lithium batteries are capable of twice the runtime of a traditional AGM battery due to their ability to be drained to 100% DoD while maintaining a voltage level that allows electronic and electrical systems to operate uninhibited. This enables owners to use their electric trolling motors and outboards for longer without the loss of advanced features that require a nominal voltage.

With a lifespan of at least six times a traditional AGM battery, the InfinitiPower lithium batteries have an incredibly low cost per cycle due to their ability to last 5000 cycles at 50% DoD or 2000 cycles at 100% DoD.

Available in 12v, 24V, 36V and 48V models, the InfinitiPower batteries replace the need to connect and find space for multiple 6, 12 or 24V cells to make up larger banks. This reduces cabling and makes installation a lot simpler. They also match to the Sterling Power range of DC to DC chargers for convenient charging on the go.

InfinitiPower’s new range of lithium batteries is now available nationwide through Lusty and Blundell’s network of leading marine dealers. They will also be on display, along with demonstrations of their suitability for trolling motors, on stand 12, outside the entrance of The Cloud, at the Auckland Boat Show, October 8-11.

For more information on this new product, click here!


10 September 2020

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