LBC Tampa is a lithium battery company located in Florida. The company was founded in 2014 with the goal of providing a safer and more reliable alternative to traditional lead-acid batteries. LBC Tampa's flagship product is the Don't Die Battery, which is designed to withstand high temperatures and extreme weather conditions. The company has also developed a proprietary technology that allows the battery to be recharged faster than traditional batteries. In addition to its innovative products, LBC Tampa is also committed to providing outstanding customer service. The company offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and its team of knowledgeable and friendly representatives is always available to answer any questions or concerns. If you're looking for a lithium battery company that is both innovative and customer-focused, then LBC Tampa is a perfect choice. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services.
Nathan Staron is the CEO of The Lithium Battery Co. and has quite the story to tell. After college, Nathan set out to become a commercial pilot and fly helicopters, but after doing some research on lithium-ion batteries, his trajectory changed. From there, he started Lithium Battery Co. in 2014 and began selling 12-volt lithium-ion batteries to several Fortune 500 companies. He visited over a hundred lithium cell factories overseas to hand-select the best cells, and learn about the manufacturing process. His years of research and development have made him an expert in the field of lithium-ion batteries. His focus on creating a better battery experience for his customers has made his company one of the most successful in the industry. Over the next several years, he focused on building custom battery packs for some of the most trusted brands like General Dynamics, SpaceX, Andretti Autosport, and the Power-Pole CHARGE. He's never been afraid of a challenge, and his passion for innovation has led him to create some truly groundbreaking lithium battery technology.
One full rated output and one 4 Amp output. Charge voltage can be precisely adjusted to suit any battery system. The input for the charger is 230V at 50/60HZ. Charge voltage can be measured directly on the battery terminals in order to compensate for voltage loss due to cable resistance. An external sensor allows measuring battery temperature and compensating charge voltage accordingly.