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Old 04-01-2020, 10:28 AM   #15
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building my own 280ah lithium battery w/BMS that can handle 200A (could handle more, but 200A is all i need)

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May want to check out LifeBlue

They have this on one of their spec sheets... Our HC models can provide 200 Amps output for 30 minutes and 150 Amps continuously.

https://www.lifebluebattery.com/rv-b...m-battery.html
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Would definitely locate our battery suite inside if we were to have system fabricated now.
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Lion energy 1300 batteries can handle 150A continuous and have a small enough footprint that you may be able to add 2 if you would like......they weigh 23lbs and fit in a standard grp24 size.

Take a look at these, might give you some more options
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