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September '20

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GO FURTHER. GO SOLAR. Size & Weight Lithium batteries are physically smaller, and can be up to 65% lighter than lead-acid batteries. Some RV owners may choose lithium due to space limitations or concerns about hitch weight limits. Lead-acid batteries must be placed and stored carefully, as they can vent potentially dangerous gases. Lithium batteries do not vent gases and can be stored in enclosed or interior locations. Lead-acid batteries must be placed and stored carefully, as they can vent potentially dangerous gases. Lithium batteries do not vent gases and can be stored in enclosed or interior locations. Lithium batteries can be charged and discharged at a much faster rate than lead-acid batteries. As a result, they are a much better solution for RV appliances that draw high levels of electricity. Lithium batteries can also charge much faster, as they can accept much higher charge currents. Why should RVers choose LITHIUM BATTERIES? Ask your sales representative about what Go Power! has to offer. gpelectric.com Storage Depth of Discharge Charge and Discharge Efciency 250aH & 100aH sizes available

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