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Jun 26, 2020
95
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Dunfermline, Fife
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Adria Coral SL
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Always a Newbie
This is a model specific question regarding the fitting of a lithium battery and 2000w pure sine inverter to my 2018 Coral 670 SL but any relevant helpful advice is welcome.
Currently I have 2 x 80AH lead acid batteries fitted but want to upgrade to a 300AH Lithium Battery + Inverter.
The problem appears to be lack of space in the available compartment for the battery, inverter, B2B charger, cabling and other associated equipment. (see attached photo).
The inverter is 405 x 240 x 95 mm
The 300AH battery is 524 x 240 x 220 mm
I am aware of the changes I need to make to fit a lithium battery regarding the update of the NE237, fitting B2B charger etc.
Has anybody fitted Lithium Battery + Inverter to this model and could you share what you used to ensure it all fitted ?
Ang
Thank you
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bigtwin

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Oct 29, 2009
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Presumably you’re aware that the lithium battery can be fitted in any orientation (apart from upside down). Perhaps that might give you some more flexibility in terms of locations.

Ian
 
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pacman
Jun 26, 2020
95
179
Dunfermline, Fife
Funster No
72,259
MH
Adria Coral SL
Exp
Always a Newbie
Presumably you’re aware that the lithium battery can be fitted in any orientation (apart from upside down). Perhaps that might give you some more flexibility in terms of locations.

Ian
Thanks Ian, I have included this into my thinking. Another possibility has been suggested to me of using 2 batteries, will be looking into this as a possible solution
 

bigtwin

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Thanks Ian, I have included this into my thinking. Another possibility has been suggested to me of using 2 batteries, will be looking into this as a possible solution
Yes, two batteries could be a solution. 👍

Ian
 
Dec 19, 2020
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The salty bit of Hampshire
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Carthago Compactline
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Since 2017
It looks as if you could fit a pair of 120AH KS Energy batteries in there. Advantages are discount for Funsters and halves the drain from the inverter for heavy loads. Perhaps a 1500W inverter might be sufficient and a bit smaller/cheaper.

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