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  • #1928
    handersen21
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    Progressive Dynamics PD4000L converter charger and a 70 Ah Lithium batter (22lbs)

    #1930
    friz
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    Nice!

    #1931
    abrightwell
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    I ended up going with a 40Ah LiFePO4 battery (~10lbs). Pricey, but I think it is worth the price given the capacity to weight/physical size ratio. I mulled over it for weeks and finally committed, I’m happy with the decision.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/MihmnezVkuGadfHh8

    I’m probably going to do a little write up on my electrical at some point as I found this to be one of the more ‘interesting’ and perhaps lesser understood/discussed topics. Though, @mpilone’s write up here was very helpful and informative.

    At any rate, would love to learn more about your setup when it’s all said and done. πŸ™‚

    #1932
    handersen21
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    I took a chance and ordered a 70ah LiFePO4 battery from china through aliexpress it was 522.00 shipping included. it was mainly for weightΒ  (22lbs) reasons.Β  I had trouble with the first charger not keeping up with the load so I bought the convert/charger.Β  They make one that’s not the panel box just the converter PD9100L.Β  I think that would have been a better choice but I wanted the AC bus, now I’m not so sure about needing the AC.

     

    It took 7 weeks for the battery to arrive but one day it was at the door.

     

     

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