LiFePO4 batteries are known for their long cycle life, which is the number of times a battery can be charged and discharged before its capacity drops to a certain level. LiFePO4 batteries typically have a cycle life of 2,000 to 3,000 cycles, which is significantly higher than other types of lithium-ion batteries.
The lifespan of a LiFePO4 battery also depends on other factors such as temperature, storage conditions, and usage patterns. High temperatures can accelerate the aging process of a battery and reduce its lifespan, so it is important to store and use LiFePO4 batteries within the recommended temperature range.
With proper care and maintenance, a LiFePO4 battery can last for 5 to 10 years or more. However, it is important to monitor the battery’s performance and capacity over time and replace it if necessary to ensure safe and reliable operation.