- What to do with LiFePO4 batteries when the boat is layed up?
Re: What to do with LiFePO4 batteries when the boat is layed up?
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Be sure to check with your insurance company before changing
your battery technology. You may find yourself with a voided policy if you file
a claim. Some insurance companies now have very strict policies regarding
- Cream Puff - SM2K - #275
cruising - Tahiti, French Polynesia
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Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] What to do with LiFePO4 batteries when
the boat is layed up?
LifePO4 are a new technology
for cars … it was too expensive . I am changing my battery bank for 4x200 A /
24v Mastervolt LifePO4 batteries.
Le 14 janv. 2022 à 17:35, Joerg
Esdorn via groups.io <jhe1313@...> a écrit :
reading an article in the Wall Street Journal this morning about Lithium Iron
Phosphate batteries become the prevailing battery technology for electric cars
in China. The article includes the following quote of Elon Musk: “I’d
personally slightly opt for the iron pack, as it wants to be charged to 100%
whereas nickel prefers ~90%.” So is there really no concern about
charging LiFePO4 batteries to 100% or is Elon talking about a different
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Currently in La Rochelle
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