XS Power | TITAN8 | PWR-S5 12V Lithium Battery (Burst Discharge)

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XS POWER TITAN8 PWR-S5 12V Lithium Battery (Burst Discharge)

This Titan8 Series Lithium Titanate Oxide (LTO) series uses a very high power lithium cell that is designed for very high burst output (up to 100 times its capacity) as well as very high charge current (30-60 times its capacity).  This translates to a single 10Ah module that can support burst current up to 1,000A, and can accept 300A of continuous charge current.  The built in 2/0 bussing allows up to 4 Positive and 4 Negative hidden direct connections to each module without the need for any external exposed bussing, while still leaving two easily accessible top terminals and four series or parallel expansion terminals to easily build a bank of nearly any configuration from 12V, 24V, 36V, or any configuration imaginable.

MSRP: $688.99

Weight Lbs. – 8lbs
Weight Kgs. – 3.63kgs

Length – 7.4 in
Height – 5 in
Width – 4.85 in

Voltage – 12V
Wattage – 5,000
MAX Amps – 2,000
Energy Wh – 120
– 1,000A
CA Pb Eq
 – 1,500A
 – 10

For more information, visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Small and very powerful

    Posted by Chris Johnson on Mar 11, 2024

    Powerful little battery

  • 5
    Small and very powerful

    Posted by Chris Johnson on Feb 24, 2024

    Xs power good product

  • 5
    Big voltage!

    Posted by Joel on Mar 04, 2023

    Brought my jp23 to life! Really woke it up!!

  • 5
    Best Lithium on the Market

    Posted by Dalton on Apr 30, 2021

    These batteries are tiny but INSANELY powerful. I have a direct fit model (3400) under the hood and 3 of these in the spare tire well inside the trunk of my Chevy Malibu. I am using these to push a SALT-8 wired to 0.35 ohms, rising to 0.8 ohms after box rise, seeing 12500 watts at 12.2 volts. The amp is pulling at least 1460 DC amps from these, if not quite a bit more (haven't done exact measurements on the amp draw/efficiency yet). NOTE: These batteries WILL drop down and operate in the 12.1-13.0 volt range, this is how they are designed. If you want to maintain 14 volts while playing full tilt, you need to buy the S6 (14V) model and charge it to at least 15.6 volts from the alternator. Make sure not to do that with the SALT amps, they hate anything above 14.8!

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