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Old 07-28-2021, 08:34 AM   #1
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$4/AH. LiFePO4 prices really are coming down.

$399 for 100AH that appears to have decent quality.


It might be close to twice what an AGM cost but if you consider depth of discharge and Peukert's law it is almost twice the battery.

At $4 and AH that is way cheaper than $7.50 an AH for the last battery I bought.

These don't have bluetooth or temperature protection but that isn't something you cannot do without.
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I would wager they'll be 50% less a year from now. This is a new technology that is ramping up incredibly fast.
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