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What precautions should be taken when using camper lithium battery?

Oct. 2023

How do you know whether the camper lithium battery you are using is good or bad?

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The quality of camper lithium battery is easily judged by its charge density and weight. The lighter camper lithium battery means its huge charge density. The heavier the camper lithium batter, the worse the situation. It may be a second-hand camper lithium battery, or it may be inferior camper lithium battery itself. Pytes is a high-quality camper lithium battery supplier, if you need it, you can contact us.

What should you pay attention to when using camper lithium battery?

(1) When the camper lithium battery is not used for a long time, be sure to turn off all power supplies on the car and check whether the camper lithium battery still has discharge current! If you don't turn off all appliances, even if the battery is small, the camper lithium battery will run out of power. Although the camper lithium battery has a built-in intelligent BMS for over-discharge protection, long-term zero battery will seriously affect the life of the camper lithium battery.

Before parking and sealing, you should carefully check whether the power is turned off and charge the camper lithium battery every three months.

(2) Camper lithium battery storage:

The storage environment of camper lithium battery should be dry. Do not place the camper lithium battery in a place where water may leak, such as the ground, to avoid short circuiting the camper lithium battery due to water leakage from heating and rainproof windows.

The camper lithium battery set should be kept away from flammable, flammable, and explosive items, and the old and new camper lithium batteries should be stored separately. Camper lithium battery should be stored with a Class D fire extinguisher and breathing apparatus.

(3) Do not use high-power electrical appliances at the same time:

Most car power systems are designed to be 3000W, which can withstand the operation of high-power appliances such as air conditioners and induction cookers. However, in order to protect the power system, you should pay attention to the power limit when using it, and avoid using high-power appliances, such as induction cookers or hair dryers, at the same time when turning on the air conditioner. Excessive current may cause protection of the vehicle's power system, resulting in a power outage.