Safety in Battery Storage Options

Lithium-ion batteries have only been around for the last 25 years and gained a reputation for catching fire. Until recent years, this was one of the main reasons lithium wasn't commonly used to create large battery banks. But then came along lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4). LiFePO4 batteries were not only safer, most also come with a Battery Management System (BMS) that have many extra safety features built in.

RELiON Batteries Power Sailing Adventures Around the World

Wes and Savana are entrepreneurs and former van lifers who recently made the switch to living fully off-grid on their boat to further maximize family time, adventuring, greater work-life balance, and being closer to nature. Read more about their journey in this week's blog!

Tech Tuesday | What Is UL2271 and Why Is It Important?

UL2271 is a standard for batteries for use in light electric vehicle applications. In this week's Tech Tuesday, we explain UL2271 testing and why it's important for the safety of lithium batteries. Fun fact: RELiON's Insight 48V is one of the only LEV batteries on the market today to attain UL2271 certification!

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