Do you use a 12v/240v inverter?
This is where the iTECH120X battery excels. Let me explain... Most lithium batteries give about the same maximum peak current output as their storage capacity.
For example, if you have an 80Amp battery the maximum you current (in amps) you can pull at any point in time is 80amps or in the case of a 100AH battery 100amps. With the Itech 120AH battery you can pull a massive 2 second surge current of up to 380amps and a consistent 150 amp load until the BMS cuts off power when you've drawn it's maximum of 107Amps.
What's the big deal? Running a 240V inverter can suck a massive load from a 12V battery.
Let's say you are using a 3,000W inverter then you plug in an electric motor rated at 1200W. Using Ohms Law E=IR (Watts = Volts x Amps) Watts/volts=Amps 1200/12=100 amps (plus losses up to 20%) will be drawn from the battery
That means your 1200W motor will pull at least 100 amps from your battery when running but it's start up power consumption could be double! Meaning 2400W or 200 plus amps. Normal Lithium batteries cannot supply that. Most good quality Lithium batteries with internal BMS would cut supply so the battery would not melt down.
iTECH120X ability to provide up to a 380 Amp surge (for up to 2 seconds) is a BIG DEAL. Lesser quality lithium batteries just cannot compare.
Weight a minute..... our iTECH10X is even lighter than it's predecessor weighing in at just 12kg!
How cost effective are Lithium versus old AGM batteries?
Please do your own calculations to double check our calculations here...The iTECH120X can be cycled more than 2000 times meaning from full to less than 12% over 2000 times which is around 3MW (3 Mega Watts) compared to a lead acid or deep cycle battery only around 562,500 Watts IF the battery is kept within its temperature range and operating guidelines.
In dollars per watt terms my calculations are iTECH120X 12v 120Ah @3KWatt per dollar ($999) compared to a Lead acid battery/AGM 12V 120 Amp Hour @2.25KW per dollar ($250 battery cost and that is IF it lasts more than 3 years!)
Prices of Lithium batteries have dropped substantially and the technology has improved to such a degree where it is now practical to use in your caravan, camper trailer, camper van, RV, take camping or in your 4WD.
Living off-grid? The iTECH120X can be connected in parallel with unlimited number giving as much capacity as you need.
You can also series them up to a maximum of 2 giving 24V output. So in theory you can have more than 16 joined together in series/parallel giving a massive 24v with >960AH to a combined total of >23Kw of battery storage (usable >20.5kw)
You won't break your back carrying these either. The iTECH120X weighs in at just 12Kg. That's even less than half of a comparable lead acid battery.