The K2 Energy K2B12V19EB battery is a 12V 19.2Ah Lithium-Iron Phosphate battery. Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) is a special kind of lithium battery that addresses the 4 major issues with current lithium technologies: Safety, Life, Power, and Environmental Friendliness.
- K2 combines the intrinsic stability of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) technology with our patented cell design to produce the safest lithium battery on the market as shown repeatedly by independent data generated from stringent testing of K2's innovative technology by the Department of Energy, UL, Sandia National Labs and other government agencies. Through applications of our technology across multiple platforms, K2 continues to showcase the safety of its LFP solutions around the world.
- In developing our power cells with the highest energy densities on the market, K2 conducted hundreds of DoE (Design of Experiments) using the latest statistical software to optimize and increase the already long life of a typical LFP battery. Through this process, K2 was able to timely deliver custom pack solutions engineered to meet the specific needs of our customers. 2000+ Cycles, 3+ Year Shelf Life
- Delivering over 4,200A out of the LFP300HPS, K2's technology can meet even the most demanding application requirements€”from starting a locomotive to powering an F1 racer, or even cold starting a tractor at -20F.
- K2 Energy is devoted to advancing the use of rechargeable Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) batteries that can replace outdated battery chemistries like Lead-acid, NiCd, NiMH, and standard lithium. Our batteries are designed to offer extremely long cycle life, high energy capacity, outstanding power performance, and quick charge times, while simultaneously being environmentally conscious and promoting energy security. Our rechargeable LFP batteries use no harmful heavy metals and can be recycled, that's IF you ever wear one out.
CLASS 9 HAZMAT - Ground Transport Only. Cannot be shipped by air (Priority Overnight, Standard Overnight, 2nd Day, 3rd Day, International) due to federal regulations regarding the transport of primary lithium cells on aircraft.