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    Has anyone tried Readygo car batteries? Fully electric and can be monitored by app.

    Batteries | ReadyGo Batteries | Pasig

    I'm not from the company but considering this to replace battery for Everest (which is around 8500 anyway). Has anyone tried this brand?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by a9828 View Post
    Has anyone tried Readygo car batteries? Fully electric and can be monitored by app.

    Batteries | ReadyGo Batteries | Pasig

    I'm not from the company but considering this to replace battery for Everest (which is around 8500 anyway). Has anyone tried this brand?

    Thanks
    it's a lithium battery, according to the link.
    i don't know anything about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a9828 View Post
    Has anyone tried Readygo car batteries? Fully electric and can be monitored by app.

    Batteries | ReadyGo Batteries | Pasig

    I'm not from the company but considering this to replace battery for Everest (which is around 8500 anyway). Has anyone tried this brand?

    Thanks
    looks good. from the website, they use LiFeP04 lithium iron phosphate which basically in the same league of Lithium ion / lithium polymer batteries. i believe LiFeP04 batteries are used in e-scooters.. each cell is around 3.2 volts..

    that battery pack will surely utilize a micro controller to balance charge each cell, maintain an output of 12V controlling each cell voltage not to get too low and be able to receive the charging voltage of the alternator. for the price, its worth giving a try... there are some lithium ion based car battery (anti-gravity) with a price ranging from 500 USD to 1000 USD..

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    Quote Originally Posted by yapoy86 View Post
    looks good. from the website, they use LiFeP04 lithium iron phosphate which basically in the same league of Lithium ion / lithium polymer batteries. i believe LiFeP04 batteries are used in e-scooters.. each cell is around 3.2 volts..

    that battery pack will surely utilize a micro controller to balance charge each cell, maintain an output of 12V controlling each cell voltage not to get too low and be able to receive the charging voltage of the alternator. for the price, its worth giving a try... there are some lithium ion based car battery (anti-gravity) with a price ranging from 500 USD to 1000 USD..
    parang may nabasa ako na dapat yun kotse mo must be designed to accept lithium batteries from the onset. pero mukhang na-iadapt nito for ordinary vehicles to benefit from lithium battery technology. well if the price is right pwede subukan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babkalakal View Post
    parang may nabasa ako na dapat yun kotse mo must be designed to accept lithium batteries from the onset. pero mukhang na-iadapt nito for ordinary vehicles to benefit from lithium battery technology. well if the price is right pwede subukan.
    ASPW shares his 2cents on lithium...
    Lithium vs AGM Batts

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