Epoch Battery 12V/460Ah LiFePO4 – Group 8D Size, IP67, Heated, Bluetooth & Victron Comms

SKU: B12460A

The Epoch 12V/460Ah battery offers a large capacity for 12V systems. With a waterproof case, it is good for mobile applications such as boats or RVs.


  • 460Ah Capacity
  • 300A Max Continuous Discharge (500A 30s Discharge)
  • 230A Max Continuous Charge (300A 10s Charge)
  • IP67 Rated, Dust and WATERPROOF
  • HEATED – Internal heating for below 0C charging
  • BLUETOOTH – iOS and Android Apps
  • CANBUS Communication allows BMS to communicate directly with Victron OS
  • Overcharge and over-discharge protection
  • Overcurrent and short circuit protection
  • Weight: 88.2 lbs
  • Group 8D Size (20.9″ x 8.7″ x 12.1″) L x W x H




The Epoch 12V 460Ah group-8D battery can sustain a load of 300 Amps and surges of 500 Amps (for 30 seconds). With a cycle life of 3500 cycles, the Epoch 12V 460Ah is maintenance-free. This battery comes with a mountable battery gauge and an external On/Off switch. The Epoch 12V battery comes with a smart BMS that allows for both over-current and short-circuit protection.

The built-in Smart-BMS has low-temperature protection and internal heating for charging in sub-zero temperatures. Furthermore, the CANBUS communication with Victron GX devices eliminates the need for an external monitor (smart shunt).


  • Mountable ON/OFF Switch
  • Mountable Battery gauge
  • High & low-temperature disconnects
  • 3500+ Cycle life & Maintenance-free
  • 11-Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Optional mounting brackets

Additional information

Battery Voltage

12 Volts DC


Epoch Battery

Capacity (Amp-Hours)


Form Factor

Group 8D

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Can this battery be mounted on its side?



By the manufacturers recommendation you can mount this battery on either side just not completely upside-down.


Will this battery start a generator that requires 350 amps to start up?



It can do 1300amps for 1 second and 500amps for 30 seconds, so it falls under the range needed to start that generator up.