This battery box collection is perfect for battery builds, especially when you want to drop a lithium pack into a UPS.
They are used so they will be dirty, scuffed and may have scratches, but none will be cracked or damaged beyond normal wear and tear. They're made of tough ABS plastic or metal so they can handle a bit of abuse.
These enclosures are easy to open with screws included. Note that we try to keep all hardware with each enclosure but there may be a couple small missing pieces. Dimensions were measured by hand and are in inches unless otherwise specified.
Note that most UPS applications use lead acid, but these still work perfectly with lithium. In fact, we sell a drop-in lead-acid battery replacement and battery box to add your own lithium batteries. Any batteries shown are for illustrative purposes only (aka batteries not included).
We also sell other inexpensive boxes, BMS boards up to 20s (72v nominal) and even different styles of charge ports.
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- Connectors: Anderson, XT60, XT90, house connector, XLR
- Integrated fuse holders for added battery protection
These battery cases DO NOT include batteries.
Higher Wire Inc. gives new life to old lithium batteries and is revolutionizing the way the world views sustainable energy. We're solving environmental and supply-chain concerns by creating innovative technologies that make energy storage and generation more efficient and accessible, such as our patent-pending process to reintegrate batteries into Second Life applications. We safely disassemble used lithium battery packs and evaluate the individual cells within. Those which meet our strict grading criteria are repurposed into other forms of energy storage, which requires less energy and generates no chemical waste as compared to end-of-life recycling. We provide comprehensive solutions for municipalities, e-waste processing centers and battery end users to minimize their burden for processing, as well as design, engineering, installation and maintenance when deploying our Second Life systems.