How many years do LiFePO4 batteries last?

LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) batteries are known for their long cycle life and durability. The lifespan of LiFePO4 batteries depends on various factors such as the quality of the battery, the operating conditions, and the usage patterns.

Typically, a well-maintained LiFePO4 battery can last up to 10 years or more with regular use. However, if the battery is subjected to extreme temperatures or overcharged/discharged frequently, its lifespan may be reduced. Additionally, the number of charging and discharging cycles can also affect the lifespan of the battery.

It is important to note that the lifespan of LiFePO4 batteries is often measured in cycles rather than years. A cycle is defined as a full charge and discharge of the battery. Typically, LiFePO4 batteries can last for several thousand cycles before needing to be replaced, but this will depend on the specific battery model and usage pattern.

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