LiTime 48V Battery Balancer for 24V/36V/48V Battery Bank

【Up to 48V Battery Bank】LiTime Balancer boasts 4 distinct connection ports, enabling seamless integration with 48V battery banks. This versatility is ideal for building a robust 48V battery bank, achieved by combining 16 units of 12V batteries in a configuration of 4 in parallel and 4 in series. Compatible with 24V, 36V, and 48V battery banks, it is a perfect choice for diverse applications, such as RVs, golf carts, trolling motors, and off-grid systems. 

【Proactive Protection】The LiTime battery balancer is equipped with reverse polarity protection and high-temperature Protection. The robust reverse polarity protection mechanism offers you peace of mind against accidental wiring errors (do not reverse it for a long time). The high-temperature protection safeguards the battery balancer against overheating, a common issue that can lead to performance degradation and safety risks.

【Prolong Battery’s Life Span and Cycle Times】With these comprehensive active balancing functions, the LiTime battery balancer not only optimizes battery performance but also extends its lifespan. You can squeeze the full potential of batteries and achieve longer cycle times and overall improved performance. Whether you use it for your recreational vehicle, energy storage system, or other applications, the LiTime battery balancer is your trusted companion for optimizing your battery's life.

【Suitable for Multiple Battery Types】The LiTime 48V battery balancer is suitable for multiple battery types on the market, including LiFePO4, GEL, SLA (Sealed Lead Acid), FLA(Flooded Lead Acid), and other rated-voltage batteries within 3-20V. Compatible with an extensive range of battery types available in the market, it can cover all your needs.

【Auto Balance Mode and Standby Mode】As a voltage difference appears among the connected batteries, LiTime battery balancer will auto start working until the voltage difference is under 10mV. The maximum working current is 10A, which works for all 12V batteries at all capacity. If the voltage among the connected batteries is less than 10mV, the balancer will automatically turn into standby mode, only drawing less than 5mA from the battery bank.

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LiTime 48V Battery Balancer for 24V/36V/48V Battery Bank

$69.32 $51.99

LiTime 48V Battery Balancer for 24V/36V/48V Battery Bank

$69.32 $51.99

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    FAQ

    Q: What is battery cell balancing?

    A:

    Cell balance refers to a condition where all individual cells have uniform capacity and voltage. When lithium-ion cells are connected in series and parallel, the manufacturer ensures that they share the same voltage and chemistry.

    Q: Do I really need a battery balancer?

    A:

    Balancing is necessary for packs that contain more than one cell in series. Parallel cells will naturally balance since they are directly connected to each other, but groups of parallel wired cells, wired in series (parallel-series wiring) must be balanced between cell groups.

    Q: What is the difference between a BMS and a battery balancer?

    A:

    A Battery Management System (BMS) and a battery balancer serve distinct functions in managing battery packs.

    A BMS is responsible for monitoring and managing the overall health of the battery pack. It oversees factors such as individual cell voltage, temperature, and current, and ensures the battery operates within safe limits. Additionally, a BMS often includes features such as overcharge protection, over-discharge protection, and cell balancing.

    On the other hand, a battery balancer is specifically focused on equalizing the charge among the individual cells within a battery pack. It works to ensure that each cell maintains a similar state of charge, which is crucial for the overall performance and longevity of the battery pack. While a BMS may include balancing functionality, a dedicated battery balancer is designed solely for this purpose.

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    Robert K
    Perfect for series connections

    Four LiTime 100Ah 12V batteries in series to build a 48V battery bank. Always imbalanced until I for this reasonably priced battery balancer which balanced all four batteries - the 48V bank was suffering from voltage drops but no longer with the balancer in place. Excellent buy!

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    erhard schreck
    sort of plug and play

    works great for my 3x12V batteries

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    Robert K
    Perfect for series connections

    Four LiTime 100Ah 12V batteries in series to build a 48V battery bank. Always imbalanced until I for this reasonably priced battery balancer which balanced all four batteries - the 48V bank was suffering from voltage drops but no longer with the balancer in place. Excellent buy!

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    erhard schreck
    sort of plug and play

    works great for my 3x12V batteries

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