Get Ready. Limited Quantity To Be Available On Kickstarter For Reduced Price Starting September 28th, 2015.

Battery Backup Power, Inc.

Battery Backup Power, Inc. is raising capital to launch its long life Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) uninterruptible power supply (UPS)/battery backup system in the United States after testing and negotiating with part suppliers. The design allows for both 12 volt DC input from a car or solar panel or 120 volt AC input from grid power for charging. Output will be 12 volt DC, 120 volt AC, and USB. Funds raised will initially go to producing the first 500 units (minimum production quantity to keep the price to consumers reasonable) with standard NEMA 5-15 receptacles (sockets required to power most consumer electronics in the United States) as well as submitting the product to UL for testing and certification.

The Entire Lithium Backup Battery System Is Only 7.7 LBS. It Takes Roughly 4.2 Of The Brand New “Light Weight” Lead Acid Batteries In The Picture Below (Right Side) Required To Reach…

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Kickstarter Lithium Battery Backup System

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Battery Backup Power, Inc. is raising capital to launch its Lithium uninterruptible power supply (UPS)/battery backup system product lineup in the United States after testing and negotiating with part suppliers. The design allows for both 12 volt DC input from a car or solar panel or 120 volt AC input from grid power for charging. Output will be 12 volt DC, 120 volt AC, and USB. Funds raised will initially go to producing the first 500 units with standard NEMA 5-15 receptacles (sockets required to power most consumer electronics in the United States) as well as UL testing and certification. The first units produced will be portable 500 watt maximum, 1,000 watt surge, 26 amp hour systems. The high amp hour rating of the Lithium battery/batteries will mean that electronics can be run for hours on battery power as opposed to just minutes. Lithium batteries are significantly lighter than Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries typically found in UPS systems and typically last over 2,000 discharge/charge cycles (5.47 years if used every single day). Current Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries typically only last around 300 discharge/charge cycles (0.82 years if used every single day). Battery Backup Power, Inc. is dedicated to continued research and development in green technology and green energy storage with a focus on putting it in the hands of consumers. For more information, call (855) 330-7799 or email engineering@batterybackuppower.com.