Ionic Lithium Batteries Video Reviews 

Hear some of our customers talk about their experiences with Ionic Lithium Batteries and how they will help improve their boats performance.

Our Ionic lithium marine batteries are created with the highest quality materials. Built for the long haul, these batteries will provide you with countless hours of enjoyment on the water.

Ionic Lithium Marine batteries come with built in bluetooth monitoring. Check the battery level from your phone so you can know exactly what your battery life is at any time.

Ionic Deep Cycle Lithium Marine Batteries have a lifespan of 2-4 times longer than traditional lead-acid batteries

There are many different types of batteries available on the market, but which one’s right for you? Better yet, which one’s equipped with the latest and greatest technology? To keep things simple we’ll talk about today’s two top contenders: lead acid and lithium. Most of us have heard the adage, you get what you pay for. Batteries are no exception to that rule.

No one wants to be stuck on the side of the road or on the water without a paddle, that’s why choosing the right battery is so important.

Ionic Lithium Batteries

70% lighter than lead acid batteries
Two to four times the service life (3000-5000 cycles)
Great for marine, RV, floor sweepers, lift gates, UPS systems, solar energy storage
Battery Management Systems (BMS) with power terminal cut-off and recovery
Cell balancing and low voltage/over voltage protection, short-circuit protection
Bluetooth technology to monitor battery status
Maximize your energy potential with 99% Depth of Discharge (DOD)
Drop in replacements (plug and play)

Built for Long Lasting Reliable Power

The Ionic Deep Cycle Battery has a cycle life of 3,000 cycles or about 10 calendar years. Our lithium-ion batteries have a usable capacity of 99% compared to 50-60% for traditional lead-acid batteries]. LithiumHub Deep Cycle batteries function in the widest range of temperatures with a discharge temperature range (Functional) of –20°C to 60°C (–4°F to 140°F) and a charge temperature range of 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F). Automatically detects if batteries are too cold to take a charge.