36V LiFePO4 Forklift Battery Conversion Kit



Includes: (4) 36V A123 LFP Batteries, (1) SB175 to SB350 Parallel Cable, (1) Husky 4-pack of 500lb Ratchet Tie-Downs

Benefits of using our 36V LiFePO4 Forklift Battery Conversion Kit

  • Batteries: our lithium batteries will last 2-4x longer than a lead acid battery
  • Downtime: lithium batteries never need to be swapped out and can be opportunity-charged during operator breaks
  • Labor costs: lithium batteries do not require maintenance or watering
  • Productivity: enjoy longer run-times and no decline in performance as the battery discharges
  • Hazards: lithium batteries don’t emit harmful fumes or CO2, there’s no risk of acid spills, and you’ll have 70-80 percent fewer batteries to dispose of over time because you won’t be replacing batteries as often.

Ballast is not included within the kit and is required to meet minimum battery weight specifications.

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The 36v Forklift Battery Kit includes (4) NEC A123 13S LiFePO4 Batteries, (1) Anderson SB175 Parallel Cable, and (1) 5 Pack of Husky 500lb Straps

Electrical Specifications (Per-Battery)

Nominal Voltage: 42.9V

Capacity: 3.8kWh (105Ah)

Capacity: 4.5kWh (125Ah) Range Extender

Configuration: 13S 6P

Chemistry: LiFePO4

Battery Management System: 13S BMS

Max Charge Voltage: 46.8V

End of Discharge Voltage: 35V

Max Continuous Charge Current: 150A

Max Continuous Discharge Current: 150A

Physical Specifications (Per-Battery)

Length: 10.25in

Width: 29.75in

Height: 11in

Weight: 110lbs

Connector: Anderson Quick-Connect SB175 (grey)

Operational Specifications

Operational Temp Range: 0°C ~ 55°C

Storage Temp Range: -20°C ~ 70°C

Additional information


Q: How much does a lithium-ion forklift battery cost?
Our Forklift Battery ranged from $4,999.99 to $5,999.99 depending on how much runtime you need.

Q: How long does a lithium-ion battery take to charge?
Lithium batteries can charge throughout the day in 15 or 30 min spurts, or fully charge during a one to two hour continuous session. Compare this to the eight hour charge time plus an additional eight hour cool down time for a lead-acid battery.

Q: How much runtime will I get from a lithium-ion battery?
As with lead-acid batteries, the runtime depends on the application (how much lifting, how much uphill travel). Generally speaking, a lithium battery will last longer than a lead-acid battery. It also charges faster and does not cause a decline in performance as it discharges.

Q: Can a forklift be retro-fitted to use a Lithium-ion battery?
Yes! Conversion is quick and easy. The retro-fit simply requires installing the new battery and adding the charge meter.

Q: What about counterbalance?
Ballast is not included in the lithium battery kit. You will need to include a ballast so it meets the required minimum battery weight spec.