Updated: January 14

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Enerdrive Lithium Battery Review (100/125/200 Ah)

If you’re looking for a way to live off-grid for a couple of days without giving up luxuries like cold drinks or gadgets, then using batteries is the way to go.

With the surge of the more advanced lithium batteries in the market, Enerdrive is considered to be at the forefront of providing high-quality lithium batteries for mobile, marine, and remote applications.

In this Enerdrive lithium battery review, we will dive deep into the pros and cons of the Enerdrive eLITE 100Ah and the B-Tec 125Ah and 200Ah. We will also discuss the features of the Enerdrive lithium batteries in detail to help you make a better buying decision.

 

Enerdrive 12V 100Ah eLITE Lithium Battery

Enerdrive B-TEC 12V 125Ah G2 Lithium Battery

Enerdrive B-TEC 12V 200Ah G2 Lithium Battery


nerdrive 12V 100Ah eLITE Lithium Battery
Enerdrive B-TEC 12V 125Ah G2 Lithium Battery
Enerdrive B-TEC 12V 200Ah G2 Lithium Battery

100Ah

125Ah

200Ah

Lithium

Lithium

Lithium

Separate

Included

Included

310(L) x 170(W) x 225(H) mm

318(L) x 165(W) x 232(H) mm

505(L) x 172.5(W) x 265(H) mm

12 kg

15.2 kg

25 kg

5 years

5 years

5 years

Pros & Cons

Enerdrive Lithium Battery Pros and Cons
Pros
  • Battery management system - Protects against overcharge, over-discharge, over-temperature, and short circuit
  • B-Tec batteries can be monitored wirelessly via a smartphone app
  • 50% lighter, 30% smaller than its lead equivalent, yet has 60% more usable power
  • B-Tecs have removable lids - able to service the batteries inside if needed along the way
  • Terminals are raised - easier to install cables if coming from an angle
  • 5-year warranty - longer than what most companies offer
Cons
  • More expensive than other battery types like AGM

Power Specs

Lithium batteries are generally more efficient and capable compared to their AGM counterparts. Based on th