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  • Any reviews from people on the forum with lithium start batteries

    Plenty of you-tube clips but I,m interested in forum members experience with lithium start batteries. Also...has anyone used a winch with the lithium as a power source? Cheers, Dicko
    Dicko. FNQ

    2014 NW with all the usual stuff plus more.
    Some days your the dog...other days your the tree!!

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    Hi Dicko
    Can't help mate but from memory this fella was happy to help, earlier version of DCS
    https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...nnet#post68867

    Something was always bothered me was addressed in this Youtube, "hibernation".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4r96CRmiKrs

    DCS Use to be $2,000 but now Post Covid been quite a jump.

    https://www.deepcyclesystems.com.au/...ystem-lithium/

    https://twitter.com/CatDadx3/status/...JUvKsjrQ6kAKVQ
    https://twitter.com/carlbildt/status...JUvKsjrQ6kAKVQ
    Last edited by Jasonmc73; 1 week ago.
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    • #3
      i have an itech world since 1 year ago. starts the car quickly. Faster than the oem battery.
      had to trim some bits on the car negative terminal clamp to get it to fit, but its ok. no issues so far.

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      • #4
        I installed a DCS Extreme battery back in Feb this year. I'm using it as a crank battery but also running my fridge when camping. The battery has no problems running my 65L Waeco for 3 days draining it from 13.6 to 13.05V and then starting the car. Car pulls approx 330amps when cold starting and battery charges at approx 78amps from the alternator. Worth noting is the alternator does not charge the battery at max amps when at idle. It's not until you increase revs/drive does it charge at full rate. At this time of year with the cold weather my alternator is charging the battery at 14.1V.

        Regards,

        Benny.
        Last edited by NTBenny; 5 days ago.
        2011 NT Pajero Platinum, DCS 80AH Extreme Battery, Stedi 8.5" LED driving lights, Bushskinz side steps & bash plates, Provent 200, Auto-mate TC lockup, Derale fan forced trans cooler, custom 3inch exhaust, JT intercooler, Bilstein + Lovells 2 inch lift, Airbag Man bags, DBA slotted rotors, braided brake lines, diff+gearbox+transfer breathers, Redarc boost & EGT gauge, Tuned by TME 141rwkw 598nm.

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        • #5
          Thanks for the replies. I have 3 of the ITech x120,s. Very happy. I also have a Renogy 100a/h. I did some testing on the Renogy yesterday and after giving it a full charge I measured its capacity vs voltage output. It actually drew 103 amp hours from the battery and got down to 12.0v at this point! So I can get 100a/h from it without going below 12 volts...very impressed. Thats 100% useful amp/hours.. Even at 95% discharge it was 12.5v. I doubt if I will ever take it below 70% discharge(13.1v). I,d like to hear peoples experiences with the lithium and using a winch.

          NTBENNY...same as ordinary battery behaviour. All alternators need revs to get maximum output. Cheers
          Dicko. FNQ

          2014 NW with all the usual stuff plus more.
          Some days your the dog...other days your the tree!!

          Telegraph X camper

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