Lifts Can Now Run on Lithium Batteries

Lifts can be run on lithium battery banks. Lithium batteries are a popular choice for lifting backup power as the size becomes very small. Instead of using diesel generators as a backup, lithium-based lift inverters are becoming very popular. Because they offer several advantages over traditional lead-acid batteries, including:

  • Higher energy density: Lithium batteries can store more energy for their weight and size than lead-acid batteries. A smaller, lighter lithium battery bank can provide the same backup power as a larger lead-acid battery bank. As the lifts require a higher number of batteries, say, it takes a lot of space to have the rack installed along with the same. The Lithium battery comes in a single unit and takes one by eight spaces or less than Lead Acid batteries.
  • Longer lifespan: Lithium batteries have a longer lifespan than lead-acid batteries, meaning they can last for several years before needing to be replaced. This can save money on maintenance costs over time. The Life will depend on factors like BMS and the charger used to charge the battery.
  • No maintenance: Lithium batteries require less maintenance than lead-acid batteries. They do not need to be watered or topped off with electrolytes and are free from any maintenance, as the biggest challenge for tubular lead-acid batteries is maintenance at every stage.
  • Pollution: The lead Acid batteries create pollution in the form of Lead fumes, which can be dangerous for children, especially as we all experience pollution in Delhi NCR and realize the challenges faced by the population staying in Delhi NCR. Installing Tubular Lead Acid batteries creates pollution in our home offices or commercial places.
  • Faster charging: Lithium batteries can be charged much faster than lead-acid batteries. This is important for emergency backup power applications, as it allows the batteries to be recharged quickly after a power outage. So, the Lift Inverter with Lithium batteries is always ready for backup and can provide backup for a longer period.
  • Space Saving: Since the space taken by the lithium battery is so small compared to lead acid batteries, it can fit into any space rather than be installed in the LIFT ROOM ONLY.
  • Easier Installation: For the installation of the Lift Inverter, one has to install the battery bank in the machine room and bringing the Lead Acid batteries to the top floor and then to the Lift room is very challenging work and needs labourers to do the same and single Lithium bank is so lightweight to carry on the top floor.

However, there are also some disadvantages to using lithium batteries for lifting backup power, including:

  • Cost: The cost of the Lithium battery bank is cheaper than the Lead Acid Battery bank if we use the Lithium battery compared to the SMF battery set of 30 or more batteries. Generally, the life application of 3 phase Lift Inverter battery count is more than 15 Batteries of 26 Ah capacity or more, which can be easily replaced with a single lithium battery bank, and the size can be reduced to one-eighth of the Lead Acid battery bank size.
Lift Inverter with battery bank

Lift Inverter/ERD with a battery bank.

Lithium bank with Lift inverter

Lift Inverter with a lithium battery.



  • Safety concerns: Lithium batteries are safer than lead acid batteries if manufactured by a technology-sound company, as the technology of BMS and lift inverter Chargers plays an important role in the safety of the lift inverter.
  • Backup time: If we need a higher backup time from the Lift Inverter, say one hour or more, then the only solution is a Lithium battery, not a lead Acid battery. The Lead Acid battery comes in C20 capacity, and the Lithium battery comes in C! capacity, which makes a lot of difference in backup timings. The Lead Acid battery can’t be compared with the Lithium battery bank in this parameter.

Overall, lithium batteries are a good choice for lifting backup power. They offer several advantages over traditional lead-acid batteries, including higher energy density, longer lifespan, lower maintenance, and faster charging. However, they are also more expensive and require more careful handling.

Here are some additional factors to consider when choosing a lithium battery bank for lift backup power:

  • The size of the lift: The larger the lift, the more discharge current it will take out from the battery bank as the 10KW lift draws almost 20KVA power from the batteries and the Lead Acid batteries get saturated at higher currents drawn from them and the Life is severely affected when the higher currents are discharged from the Lead Acid batteries. It will require.
  • The frequency of power outages: If you experience frequent power outages, you will need a larger battery bank to provide enough backup power. It takes 10 hours to recharge Lead Acid batteries, as Lithium batteries can be charged in 3 to 4 hours, making them ideal for areas where frequent power cuts happen.
  • The budget: Lead Acid batteries are more expensive than Lithium batteries as in the case of bigger banks, there are 30 batteries installed along with the rack, etc., and it takes so much space to install as the Lithium battery comes in a single pack, and the capacity required in the Lithium battery bank is 50% or less than that so the cost is similar to Lead Acid battery only. The Life will be three times that of a lead acid battery, making it very cheap compared to lead acid and lithium batteries.

The Lithium battery bank is the technology one should consider while installing the Lift Inverter as it saves cost, pollution and space, and these three factors are very important to consider while installing Lift Inverter.

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