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Old 02-23-2021, 03:43 PM   #15
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Except... those of us with a "modern" Entegra all ready have their batteries nice and warm inside.

This whole question is why I haven't changed batteries yet.
The difference in cost between 4 good L16 AGM's, and 400ah of Lithium, is near moot at this point.
When you rewire the batteries and inverters and move them inside to the rear of the basement a Classic can also have warm batteries.

Agree with you there on a switch to lithium especially on a Vegatouch coach. They are not a set and forget as the Vegatouch does not allow for proper programming or setup.
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Battery life

Also people need to point out the life span of lifepo4 batteries is a least twice that of lead acid batteries. We have a class C with a residential refrigerator. I want more battery capacity for the refrigerator. I will be building my own lifepo4 batteries as I mentioned earlier in this thread.
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