Fantastic runs 240v inverter no problem
Would like to change over. Looking at my charge system to see if compatible
Would have to be one of the best things that I have bought over the years in fact before buying the first one I was a little apprehensive but after using it for 3 trips in 40 plus degree days with minimal running of the vehicle during the day and not needing to be charged running a 45ltr and 19 ltr fridge set at 2 degrees I bought another one for a different vehicle.
Great so far.
So much power for so little weight and a sense of calm that I can use the power without fear of any compromise to the life of the battery
These lithium batteries are worth their weight in gold, light weight nearly triple the storage and fast charging from solar let's me run my caravan air con during the heat of the day no probs.
Replaced two 100ah AGM for the 200ah Lithium as the AGM's were not holding up with my Van demands. Although only one outing so far where used in real life, the Lithium held up nicely. Early days but very satisfied thus far
Got a 200Ah battery and run my 3000w inverter for the coffee machine. Very light my AGM was 65kg this one is so light its incredible.
I replaced my AGM 210ah Lead Acid with the iTech 200ah LiFePo3 battery to develop over 400ah usable power as the vehicle is my field office in the gold fields. The iTech is managed by the redarc BMS 300 and is performing faultlessly, including running office/house, (three fridges, water pump, Vac WC, LED lights, USB chargers, computer, printer, TV and even a (toaster - off the inverter etc) occasional compressor and winch Happy to recommend, in fact I am thinking to change the vehicle batteries to LiFePo3 as well so will need to get two to create 24V.
I replaced the PG--12V200 AGM Sealed battery in my expedition vehicle as I wanted more "standing power". The iTech LIFeP04 200ah is a solution and fits well with the exisiting RedArc BMS 30. It also helps that the Lithium battery is about 20% the weight of the 67kg AGM. Regards Jon