12V LiFePO4 Deep Cycle Batteries - A List October 13, 2015 22:50
The new ArkPak 730 is compatible with 12V LiFeP04 batteries, which offer many benefits over lead-acid batteries. Thus leading us to the question: Which LiFeP04 battery should you choose? Here’s a list of LiFeP04 batteries that are compatible with the ArkPak 730.
Deep Cycle LiFePO4 vs. Lead Acid - Pros and Cons October 07, 2015 06:00
The new top-of-the-line ArkPak 730 is compatible with both lithium iron phosphate and lead-acid batteries - but how do you decide which is best for your needs? Here's a rundown to help you choose between the two batteries.
DIY Battery Box Systems - What You Need To Know June 15, 2015 07:36
Dual Battery Systems for Camping - Portable Power Is Probably Better May 22, 2015 10:11
Camping is like a lot of other things in life: increasingly digital. It's a good idea to bring your cell phone - and an ArkPak is the best way to keep it powered.
10 Must-Have Safety Items for Overlanders May 21, 2015 23:24
Before embarking on your next overland adventure, ensure the journey is memorable because of the thrilling exploration --- not due to something going wrong in the wilderness. Ensure successful travel by packing safety equipment that will be essential in an emergency.
Solar Battery Systems - Where The ArkPak Fits In April 08, 2015 19:29
The ArkPak is a good option for anyone looking for a solar battery system that's powerful enough to run basic 12V appliances, affordable, and small enough to be portable. Here's a few guide lines to help you decide the best use for your ArkPak.
How To Run a 37qt ARB Fridge/Freezer For (Practically) Forever March 18, 2015 14:12
Small portable fridges - like the ARB Fridge/Freezer - are popular for a lot of reasons: They're rugged, they keep food and drinks below 40 degrees fahrenheit (thermoelectric coolers often can't get that cold), and they require only a small amount of electrical power. As you can read in our article about the ARB Fridge/Freezer and Battery Life, a smaller 37, 50, or even 63 quart ARB fridge/freezer (for example) uses less than one amp per hour to keep cold. It can be connected to an ArkPak and, depending on the size of your battery, your fridge can run for the better part of a week.