Ice Fishing Battery

Commonly used in the following applications: fish finders, flashers and boating electronics, ice fishing, camping, scooters, solar and emergency lighting.


Today, more and more fishing pros look to lithium batteries to offer them a competitive advantage, doing everything a lead acid battery can do, only faster.
If you’re someone who loves fishing, you know the list of equipment you need out on the waters can be longer than a great white shark or southern sunfish. You probably know that list by heart: rods, reels, hard and soft baits, swim baits, tackle storage, fishing tools, waders and so much more.

But there’s something else the world’s top anglers are relying on these days, and that’s the lithium ion boat battery. That’s because those with a passion for casting their reel into the ocean want a reliable power source that ensures they’re going to be able to stay out on the waters longer, move faster, and save weight on their boat. What they want is a battery that’s strong all day long, with a much longer life cycle, that can recharge more quickly, and is fully sealed, meaning no maintenance required. That’s the lithium advantage.

Strengths of Lithium Batteries

There are two key tasks handled by the batteries on your boat: starting the engine, and running all electrical loads, from lights to radio and other accessories. You never want to lose the ability to do either one.
The lithium-ion boat battery is becoming more popular because they excel at high-performance battery tasks. That’s why a lot of manufacturers and boat owners have made the transition from flooded lead-acid batteries to LiFePO4 battery technology, which offers plenty of advantages for boating. That includes:
A stronger performance, which will be instantly noticeable;
A longer lifespan, which saves you money;
Dependability without the hassle of any maintenance being needed;
And the knowledge that these batteries are cleaner, healthier, and less prone to leaching.
Lithium-ion boat batteries have a higher voltage output than lead-acid batteries.
That means when you’re out on the water, you get more trolling motor speed. They last longer than lead-acid and you don’t have to be concerned about getting stuck with a dead battery on the water, especially with little or no warning.
Under normal use, a boater can get 10 years or more of service out of their lithium batteries, which offers significant savings.
Lithium-ion batteries also weigh much less than lead-acid batteries, and are so light they can float — which is going to provide a big boost to your boat’s speed and fuel economy.
The lithium-ion boat battery also takes a full charge in just a third of the time that a lead-acid battery does, fully charging within two hours, compared to six hours or more for a lead-acid battery.

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For those who love being out for fishing or love sailing and exploring the open seas enjoying the spectacular view of the local waters, you’re going to recognize that upgrading to LiFePO4 batteries is a smarter bet when you’re sailing the waters.

If you’re looking for the best boat battery, that’s an easy choice. The lithium ion boat battery takes full charge of starting your outboard, powering your trolling motor, and providing the juice to your electronics. This is a battery that doesn’t need seasonal charging.

Using the lithium ion boat battery is not only a more dependable source for power, but it’s also is a “green” choice and great for our environment, including protecting the very waters that you’re on. Lithium ion marine batteries are non-toxic and don’t emit fumes or vapors, and are composed of recycled material. For the growing number of people who’ve fallen in love with boating and fishing, these batteries are dependable all the way.

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Battery VoltageBattery CapacityBattery Case
12V8AHABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
12V10AHABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
12V12AHABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
12V16AHABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
12V18AHABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
12V30AhABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
12V50AhABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
12V100AhABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
24V50AhABS Plastic Case (waterproof)
36V50AHABS Plastic Case (waterproof)

Other model customizeable, battery also can be put in parallel for high capacity


60% lighter than equivalent Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries
5 times longer life (2000 charge cycles vs. 400 on SLA)
75% higher effective capacity than SLA batteries
Sealed and maintenance-free operation, non-spillable construction design with safety valve for explosion prevention. includes Battery Management System (BMS) protection circuit. BMS controls the charging and discharging of the battery, so if the battery is overcharged or overvoltage, the battery cells can drift highly. But the battery management system balances the cells in extreme conditions during charging and overcharging, which leads to less damage impact on the battery, maintaining the long life of the battery to a large extent.

This lightweight battery is functional and safe. It is valve regulated which makes it impossible to spill, and with its tightly sealed construction, it can be operated from any angle! With its hard plastic case, it can take severe amounts of high impact and not do any damage. This battery will last a long time both physically and chemically.

It has twice the power, half the weight, and lasts much longer than its lead-acid counterparts. This powerful lithium battery packs a punch, giving you the perfect amount of power for full-day fishing and outdoor recreation adventures.

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Charging and Discharging of a Lithium-Ion Battery

Talking about lithium-ion batteries, these are voltage-dependent instead of the current base. So they have a higher voltage per cell of around 3.7 to 4 volts. They should be immediately unplugged when these batteries are fully charged as they do not tolerate overcharging. They heat up quickly and in severe circumstances; they may catch fire and explode if overcharged to a great extent.

Some charging and discharging precautions for lithium-ion batteries:
● The charge current with a maximum of 0.8C should be limited. It is recommended not to use fast chargers because it affects the battery’s lifespan.
● The battery should not be charged when the temperature is below zero or above 45ᵒC. Li-ion batteries operate best at room temperature.
● Lithium-ion batteries require to discharge current protection, so they must be over-stressed.
● Must not be applied with high voltage to prevent over-voltage.
● Make sure the battery is not charged in the wrong direction.
● The battery voltage must fall below 2.3 volts.

Engineered with Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) technology this battery has twice the power, half the weight, and lasts 4 times longer than a sealed lead acid battery – providing exceptional lifetime value. For fishing electronics, outdoor use, and SLA replacement.


Lithium Batteries (LiFePO4)

This type of battery is hands down the best option for powering your fish finder. It is very lightweight and typically much smaller than other comparable batteries. It also can discharge 100% of its power without suffering battery life issues and it provides a stable current for electronics.

The fish finders do not pull much battery. If you fishing all day that happens sometimes. You can get a solar panel that will help a little.

You may get interference having your fishfinder wired to the trolling motor batteries. You will get on screen interference plus, you don’t want to be running your trolling batteries down with electronics. Big motor will recharge the starting battery between fishing spots.

7000/400= 17.5 hours in a perfect world. You will not be able to get max charge out of the battery after a while and will go downhill over time.

A fish finder will use about 1 amp per hour when you have a 12 volt battery. Multiply the amps in the battery by how long you need it to run. Some smaller fish finder batteries will offer up about 7 amp hours. Bigger ones could get up to 10 amp hours or more.

Picking the right battery needs understanding how much you need it to do. A fish finder will use about 1 amp per hour when you have a 12 volt battery. Multiply the amps in the battery by how long you need it to run.

Some smaller fish finder batteries will offer up about 7 amp hours. Bigger ones could get up to 10 amp hours or more. Some of the most powerful offer as much as 18 amp hours. As long as you have the room for a battery that size, you can be fishing all day.

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