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The 24v DL 54Ah battery is optimal for 24 volt trolling motors w/ <80 lbs of thrust, or boats where weight is at a premium. Ideal for deep cycle applications in marine environments where you need lots of power for a long time.
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World beating, best in class, eleven year manufacturer defect warranty.
54 ampere hours (Ah). Dakota Lithium batteries provide consistent power for all 100 amp hours. DL LiFePO4 batteries have a flat voltage curve, which means they have a steady power output as the battery discharges. The power output will not dramatically drop like similar sized SLA batteries. You get all the juice down to the last drop.
24V - This set is intended for 24V applications. (Dakota Lithium 12V batteries can be used in series for up to 48V systems)
1382 Watts (Wh)
F12 terminals (posts that screw in). Easy to adapt to different connection needs. (Max torque 15 ft. lbs.)
9.01” x 5.43” x 8.38” (229 x 138 x 213 mm)
17.6 lbs (8 Kg). That's 60% lighter then a SLA battery.
Up to 80% capacity for 2,000 cycles in recommended conditions. The typical SLA has 500 cycles. Dakota Lithium batteries last so long that the price per use is a fraction of traditional batteries.
Ideal for rugged & harsh environments. Much better than SLA or other lithium’s. -20'F min, +120'F max optimal environmental operating temps
50 A max continuous, 100 A max pulse 10 second pulse. The flat discharge voltage curve provides a 75% bigger capacity then a SLA 50Ah battery.
15 A max, 14 V max recommended, 15 V max. Included is a LiFePO4 compatible charger.
Contains a circuit that handles cell balancing, low voltage cutoff, high voltage cutoff, short circuit protection and temperature protection for increased performance and longer life.
24V 5A LiFePO4 charger included
The DL 54Ah battery is built with Dakota Lithium's legendary LiFePO4 cells. 2,000+ recharge cycles (roughly 5 year lifespan at daily use) vs. 500 for other lithium batteries or lead acid. Optimal performance down to minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit (for winter warriors). Plus twice the power of lead-acid batteries at half the weight.