Changing to Lithium

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1 year 8 months ago #1565 by Bikinis not Burkas
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Changing to Lithium batteries!

Be aware you must buy a proper Lithium system like a teambmpro.com/products/high-amp-battery-...tem-batteryplus35ha/ (Australian Made in Melbourne)
and the add on to do Lithium charging teambmpro.com/products/odyssey-touch-screen-display-rv-monitor/

BE AWARE:- the Lithium batteries that you buy MUST have an inbuilt Battery Management System (BMS) otherwise the batteries won't last!

The ones I bought were:- www.edisons.com.au/x-cell-100ah-12v-lith...r-camping-4wd-solar/ X2

Everything was on special, Yee Harr!

Cheers

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1 year 8 months ago #1568 by Garry
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Don't forget:
Lithium batteries must be handled carefully, and can catch fire, or explode if compromised, or charged incorrectly.

If you don't use the battery for a while:
Storage charge should be around 40 to 50%, otherwise the battery will degrade rapidly.


 

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1 year 8 months ago #1569 by Bikinis not Burkas
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They will be inside under the seats and will always be at almost 100%.

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1 year 7 months ago #1573 by Bikinis not Burkas
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Update 11/6/21 now have 4 100Ahr batteries, now searching to get them installed, bloody COVID everybody wants what I want and I want it first!

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1 year 7 months ago - 1 year 7 months ago #1575 by Garry
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What do they weigh each?
Plus approximate dimensions.
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1 year 7 months ago #1577 by Bikinis not Burkas
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  • www.edisons.com.au/x-cell-130ah-12v-lith...r-camping-4wd-solar/
  • Brand: X-Cell
  • Model: LTR130
  • Rated voltage: 12.8V
  • Rated Capacity: 130AH
  • Battery composition: 6000mAh
  • Charging voltage: 14.6V
  • Nominal Voltage: 12.8V 
  • Standard charging current: 20A
  • Maximum charging current: 100A
  • Standard discharge current: 20A
  • Maximum discharge current: 100A
  • Overcharge protection voltage: 15.2±0.1V
  • Over-discharge protection voltage: 8.0±0.1V
  • Cycle Life: 2000 
  • Nominal Operating Temperature: Charge:0~+40℃, Discharge:-10℃~+60℃
  • Storage temperature: -20℃~+35℃
IN THE BOX
  • 1 x X-Cell LTR Series 130Ah Battery
  • SIZE & WEIGHT
    • Product Dimensions (W x D x H): 329 x 172 x 240mm
    • Product Weight: 12kg

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