Because some people are only happy when they are moaning,,,BUSBY..Why do people start pulling down a company that is prepared for you, the user to try and see how good they are and write unbiased reports back . They are putting their name on the line. Let’s see what reports we get back before knocking them.
ps I have just bought two at the full price and about to fit them. I will also being reporting on them here.
I'm with you on that, I started watching him when I he had his old ducato pvc and he changed the rear springs, but then he started recommending various "upgrades" to his followers and then was planning of starting a "remote consultant business" on YouTube I've never watched one since.Too much to list in all honesty.. and I only watched a couple of his offerings.. not good for my blood pressure as I ended up shouting NNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO at the screen !!!!
You might have seen the advert in the magazine for EcoTree Lithium They have approached me this week with an offer that might be good for you if you are thinking of upgrading to Lithium
They want to offer up to 5 Funsters the opportunity to buy one of their £699 batteries for just £300.
Hundreds of applications! sounds like a lot of future business if they do a great deal for ALL of us. I would buy it! Who else would?I will have to make a draw for this tomorrow as there are more members who would like to take them up on this deal than the 5 they have on offer. Hundreds more!
Probably me, but the £300 reduction right now would go towards upgrading/ fitting new chargers if needed presently.Hundreds of applications! sounds like a lot of future business if they do a great deal for ALL of us. I would buy it! Who else would?
The data sheet says 100A max for each charge/discharge which is pretty poor and possibly why you want to contact themI tried to email this company to check charge and discharge rate on the 310ah batteries and my email was rejected see error below:
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From my understanding it is what you take out of the battery that you can put back in over a time period.The data sheet says 100A max for each charge/discharge which is pretty poor and possibly why you want to contact them
If your battery charger is able to charge AGM batteries it will have the same algorithm needed for the lithium. Check to see what charge setting are on the charger. You never know that rabbit might be your luck again.Think the only thing I ever won in a raffle was a rabbit. Kept it for a while but cant remember now whether we ate it.
So will be just my luck that I win the opportunity to have one of these and when I get there for the install they cant do it because the battery charger in the van is not compatible. Certainly no intention of paying for a new one of those, however, the solar controller has lithium settings.
So much for drop in replacements?
You are getting mixed up there. Power and energy. The 300ah is the total of energy stored. The draw power in A is the peak draw quoted. So for the 300ah batt a draw of 100a represents a 0,3C draw and charge. C is total capacity. Some batteries are capable of 3C max draw, that would be out of that 300ah a discharge of 900A peak draw.From my understanding it is what you take out of the battery that you can put back in over a time period.
100ah battery @ 1hr discharge you can draw 100ah, you then can put 100 amps back in to recharge in an hour.
300ah battery @ 1hr discharge you draw 300ah however it appears the BMS is set to accept 100 amps to recharge so 3 hours recharge.
Not like lead or AGM/ GEL which can take up to 10 hours to reach full capacity.