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Old 08-24-2019, 02:52 AM   #1
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Tripp lite rv1250 and lifepo4

Has anyone had success with lifepo4 drop in batteries with the tripp lite rv1250 inverter/charger? We have a tiffin allegro 36la and need new batteries and would love to upgrade to 400 ah of lifepo4 to handle our residential refrigerator.

I contacted battle born and they said tripp lite doesnt post their voltages for bulk/absorb/float so they recommended an inverter upgrade. The inverter has two settings, one for lead acid and one for gel batteries,...just curious if anyone has had success with this inverter and lithium. I think the batteries want a bulk charge of 14.6 +- .2. Thanks for any help
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If they donít have a custom profile available, youíll need to upgrade your inverters.
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I have that same inverter charger. It only charges at 40 amps so even if you could get it to work which is doubtful you would still have long generator run times.

If you want to get the full benefit of lithium batteries you need to also upgrade your inverter charger.
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