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LiFePO4 Prismatic Battery: 12.8V 60Ah (768Wh, 10C rate) - UN38.3 Passed

MSRP Price: $480.00
Your Price: $360.00
You Save: $120.00 (25 %)
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Product ID # 6375
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  • Made of 4 pcs LiFePO4 Prismatic Module: 3.2V 60Ah in 4S configuration, Aluminum Panel, Nylon handle & Plastic Cover on the top 
  • This battery is packed by 4pcs 3.2V 60Ah single cells, you need to use the included nickel bars to connect them into 12.8V 60Ah.
Voltage 12.8 V (working)   15.2 V (peak)  10.0 V ( cut-off)
Capacity 60Ah (768Wh)
  • Acrylic Conformal Coating Technology applied for protect battery pack from
    • Static Electric Shock
    • Over-high pressure load 
    • Over-heat
    • Moisture & Dust
Cycle life > 1000 cycles (80% of initial capacity @ 0.2C rate, IEC Standard)
Energy Density 75.26 Wh/kg
Charging rate
  • <40A Recommended
  • <120A Maximum charging rate
Discharging rate
  • Constant discharge current: <180A (<3C rate)
  • Impulse discharge current (<10sec): 600A (10C rate)
Dimensions(LxWxH) 280mm (11.0") x 126mm(5.0") x 180mm(7.1") with the purple cover  the height is 190mm (7.5")
Weight 9200grams (20.3 lbs )
Note International Customers: Due to the high shipping cost, we are sorry we do not issue warranty, return or refund for this item. You are buying at your own risk.


  • A Perfect 12.8V Battery module with 600A Max drain rate for EV, HEV application 
  • You may build battery pack for higher voltage (by series connection) or higher capacity (by parallel connection) 
  • Burn-time = 768Wh / motor's wattage


  • 12.8V LiFePO4 Prismatic battery pack shall be cut-off at 15.2V during charging and 10.0V during discharging. If over discharge to 10V (2.5V/cell), please recharge the pack right away. Otherwise the battery is over discharge and cannot recover!
  • International Customers: Due to the high shipping cost , we are sorry we do not issue warranty, return or refund for this item. You are buying at your own risk.

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Product Reviews

(1 Rating, 1 Review) Average Rating:
Mostly to specs
Alan Dominique (Baton Rouge, LA) 11/25/2013 3:44 PM
I have bought 13 of these packs and only had one bad cell so far (1 out of 52 cells). I was able to replace that bad cell with a single prismatic cell, though that pack had to be taped together because there is no way to get the binding straps back on. I use 12 packs (48 cells) in series in a '92 Nissan pickup to make 153.6 V, 60 Ah. The last 12.8 V pack is for lights, signals, etc. So far I have put over 3000 mi on this battery pack and they perform the same as the first day. Unfortunately, the batteries DO NOT produce 10 C of current. They put out 3 at best and even then the voltage is dropping below 80% nominal. I knew 10 C was impossible and that 2 C was standard for LFPs, so I only took off 1 star. Shame on BatterSpace for putting up false numbers, but the product is good quality.
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