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I have bought 5 6Kwatt Coslight Batteries from GREEN SKY ENERGY, a company which seems to not exist. The batteries where delivered without any manuals or installation instructions or any communication cables. the units has a sticker on. probably their own, stating it is a TITANATE Battery. I did gather that the company does not have a clue what they sold but i found it on the net to be the COSLIGHT GYFP48100T. Can any one help with the instructions to connect it to a 5KVA SYNAPSE 5.0K+ INVERTER

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On 2020/09/20 at 4:36 PM, Willie said:

I have bought 5 6Kwatt Coslight Batteries from GREEN SKY ENERGY, a company which seems to not exist. The batteries where delivered without any manuals or installation instructions or any communication cables. the units has a sticker on. probably their own, stating it is a TITANATE Battery. I did gather that the company does not have a clue what they sold but i found it on the net to be the COSLIGHT GYFP48100T. Can any one help with the instructions to connect it to a 5KVA SYNAPSE 5.0K+ INVERTER

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As far as I know that battery is not sold to public especially here in SA is your around SA those where special order for Telecoms like Vodacom MTN and so for network boosters I saw that battery on the list of the batteries which are being stolen from the booster on Carte Blanch not sure abt the spelling and also My Broadband I forgot the name of the article I will share the link if I managed to get it

Do not buy these stolen batteries

Staff Writer13 February 2020

Do not buy these stolen batteries

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15 hours ago, PKM said:

As far as I know that battery is not sold to public especially here in SA is your around SA those where special order for Telecoms like Vodacom MTN and so for network boosters I saw that battery on the list of the batteries which are being stolen from the booster on Carte Blanch not sure abt the spelling and also My Broadband I forgot the name of the article I will share the link if I managed to get it

Do not buy these stolen batteries

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Do not buy these stolen batteries

Thanks for informing me of the situation, this is what I suspected after the so called supplier could not answer my questions. Now I will do all I can to have these criminals brought to justice even if it means losing my money, just have to find a way to do it.

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