About EarthX Batteries
EarthX Lithium Batteries specializes in producing lithium (LiFePO4) batteries!
EarthX, Inc. is an American manufacturing and engineering company based in Northern Colorado, specializing in lithium battery technology and manufacturing. The company was founded in August 2009 by a Navy Veteran with a degree in electrical engineering. As a passionate trail rider in the beautiful mountains of Colorado, he wanted a better alternative to the 170+ year old lead acid battery technology. The desire to remove weight and have a high performance battery was the goal and after years of research and development, EarthX has a full line of lithium batteries for all your starter battery needs. Whether it is an ATV, UTV, motorcycle, scooter, snowmobile, race car, experimental, or certified aircraft, EarthX has the battery to get the job done.
EarthX is very excited to be the first company in history to achieve an FAA TSO approved 12V lithium battery for certified aircraft use. EarthX also has a 24V FAA TSO certified battery for the general aviation market.
EarthX specializes in custom battery applications and can work with you on achieving desired goals and finished products. We are proud to be an American company with a mission to have the highest quality and best performing lithium battery in the world.
Why choose an EarthX lithium battery?
Would you buy or sell a motorcycle without brakes? Then don’t buy a lithium battery without a battery management system (BMS)! EarthX lithium batteries has been the pioneer of cutting edge technology that makes it one of the most advanced lithium battery on the market today; custom designed cells to deliver the highest cranking amps possible; and comes complete with a built-in BMS for performance, safety and longevity! This is not an upgrade or optional feature but a REQUIREMENT for a lithium battery to operate correctly which is why we have so many Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) using the EarthX lithium battery brand! We also have a very unique design with the terminals down the center so if you turn the battery 180 degrees, you will have the positive or negative terminals on the correct side of the battery box. As with all batteries, the positive to positive and negative to negative cable is required.