Another Lithium Battery Review

TNCharlie

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Have you tried in cold weather yet?
I haven't. I did find this very informative article.


From the article:
"...Unlike many battery types, Ionic Lithium Batteries can be used and discharged no matter how cold it gets, without causing damage. ..."
 

Buzzard Breath

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I paid $430 for my Dakota Lithium 54ah batteries and that includes the charger they send with the battery. Plus Dakota's warranty is 11 years, granted it drops off considerably at the 6 year mark. The prices have gone up though. The 54ah with charger is $499 now.
I thought I'd bump this back up. I'm needing a new deep cycle battery for my one man pontoon and decided to go the lithium route. These Dakota Lithium 54ah batteries are on sale for $399, include the charger, and free shipping.
 

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tellico4x4

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Just ordered two 200amp LiFePO4 batteries for my solar setup on my camper, $1295.00 delivered . Replacing five 100amp AGM & will have more usable power. Not sure about the marine versions, but the built in battery management system (BMS) on the ones I bought won't allow battery to charge below 32 degrees & won't allow discharge below -4 degrees.
 

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