Portable ECONOMY battery for Keis heated clothing
Power your Keis Heated Vest via the supplied vehicle power loom (such as powering your garment from a motorcycle), or use the Keis Portable Battery.
These have been specially designed to produce an even stream of 12V of power throughout the battery’s life, while adhering to the highest level of safety.
Why is it essential to use Keis Battery Packs when powering your Keis heated apparel from a portable battery?
Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) batteries can store enormous amounts of energy. Even a relatively small device can deliver enough energy in one burst to start a car or to start a fire.
Therefore, it is essential that when deploying Li-ion batteries that they are accompanied by control circuits that monitor and control the delivery of this vast reservoir of energy.
Keis Battery Packs use only high-quality Li-Ion cells with sophisticated electronics that help protect the cells from short circuit, over discharge, overcharge and excessive temperature. Not only do these circuits protect against the common dangers that can be experienced with Lithium cells, they also help extend the useful life of your Keis Battery Pack. Lithium batteries are one of the best examples of ‘You get what you pay for’.
Keis 2600mAh Portable Economy Battery Capacity:
2600 mAh capacity
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- 12V Keis Portable Li-Ion Battery Packs suitable for all Keis Dual-Power products.
- 2600mAh capacity.
- Available with a 110/240v charger equipped with integral LED Status Monitor - multinational version UK/EU/US.
Weights and Dimensions:
- H.6cm x W.7cm x D.2cm
Please Note: This size battery is not recommended to power the Sleeved Keis Heated Jacket J501RP as the battery will not last long enough to make it practical as a power source. Always remove li-ion battery packs from garments when not in use.
HOW LONG DO THE PORTABLE LI-ION BATTERY PACKS LAST? This depends entirely on the number of the garments powered, the power setting used and the battery condition. As a general guide, take the battery capacity in mAh and divide by 1,000. For example a 2600mAh battery is expressed as being 2.6 Ah. Then take the consumption of the garment and divide this into the battery capacity. If the garment draws 1A, the battery should last around 2.6 hours. Remember that, generally speaking, the controllers cut consumption by 33% on medium and 66% on low, so this will extend battery life accordingly.