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Felicity Solar LiFePO4 Batteries for Households

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I came across this page for Felicity Solar LFP batteries for households with the following key specifications. 

  • Model: LPBT48200
  • Usable Capacity: 7.5kWh
  • Voltage: 48V
  • Rated Voltage: 51.2V
  • Charge Voltage: 57.6V
  • Max Charge & Discharge Current: 120A
  • Rated Charge & Discharge Current: 60A
  • Max Output Power: 5000W
  • Rated Output Power: 2500W
  • DOD: 90%
  • Cycle Life: >3000,@25°C
  • Communication: CAN & RS485
  • Ingress Protection: IP21

They have a built-in BMS and reasonably priced at US$ 1,155.00 a piece. Has anyone here used them? How do the specs stack up against Dyness or Pylontech? Is it worth giving them a shot or should I go the Dyness route?

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There is an organisation in AU that tests many battery types. Over the last few years, the Pylontechs have been the most reliable. Unfortunately I cannot find the report now, but it was on the forum somewhere.

The pylontechs are good for 4000 cycles, to 80% DoD , with a 20% loss in power over that time.

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