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Old 11-07-2019, 06:58 PM   #1
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Renology 170 AH Lithium Battery

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Old 11-07-2019, 09:22 PM   #2
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Have not used one. One thing to consider is that if you are only using 1 battery you will be limited to 100amps max discharge current. If you intend to run high power draws like a microwave or coffee maker for example you may find that wonít be possible. I went with two 100ah batteries in parallel for that very reason. With the two batteries the limit is 200 amps (at least with Battleborns and most lifepo4ís).
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Yes, agree with pbdblue. Never had good luck with Renogy panels, do not know about their batteries, but 100 amp max draw could limit you in some applications. There are now some 100 a/h batteries out there running about $750 each, so same price, but you are getting 200 ah's.
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