On November 23rd, 2016, Battery Backup Power, Inc. completed initial testing of its LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) UPS battery. The battery is designed to be a drop in replacement for standard sealed lead acid batteries. It consists of an internal battery management system board and lithium iron phosphate cells enclosed in standard UPS battery form … More LiFePO4 UPS Battery Test Outperforms Expectations
T.H.O.R. Box Update (10/28/2015) Although we did not hit our Kickstarter goal, we will continue to pursue production of the T.H.O.R. box and larger lithium based uninterruptible power supply/solar generator systems. We are currently speaking with a number of private investors who may fund the entire amount needed in exchange for equity in Battery Backup … More Help Us Put The THOR Box Into Production On Kickstarter.
Battery Backup Power, Inc. is raising capital to launch its Lithium uninterruptible power supply (UPS)/personal battery backup system product lineup in the United States after testing and negotiating with part suppliers. The design allows for both 12 volt DC input from a car or solar panel or 120 volt AC input from grid power for … More Kickstarter Lithium Personal Battery Backup System
Battery Backup Power, Inc. will begin raising capital to launch its Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) uninterruptible power supply (UPS)/battery backup system product lineup in the United States after testing and negotiating with part suppliers. Funds raised will initially go to producing the first 500 units with standard NEMA 5-15 receptacles (sockets required to power most … More Battery Backup Power, Inc. Will Begin Raising Capital To Launch Its Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Product Line
This is a picture of a 12 volt 14 amp hour lithium battery cracked while in use. This battery was designed for use in motorcycles as a direct replacement for the stock lead acid battery. If you Google “cracked lithium battery”, you will find over 450,000 search results at the time of this writing. Yes, … More Cracks, Explosions, And Failures – Why Lithium Batteries Aren’t Widely Available In Uninterruptible Power Supplies