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Car Battery Of Choice
02-03-2021, 06:33 PM
Post: #71
RE: Car Battery Of Choice
(02-02-2021 10:37 AM)system64 Wrote:  From ReadyGo:

"1snf
FB12V15 Model
55AH CCA350A.
P 6,500

2smf
FB12V20 Model
60-70AH with CCA600A
P 10,640

3smf
FB12V30 Model
80-100AH with CCA800A
P 13,888

Readygo automotive battery the first and only life PO4 lithium iron phosphate starting battery in the market

with 3 years warranty for private use

2years for commercial use

optional 5 years for generator set

battery that could last up to 10 years or more

with fuel saving of 5-10%

battery that is so reliable that even when you left your headlight open for 24hours will still start and keep you secured to be on the go

with android app to monitor voltage,warranty and battery status via bluetooth

will not corrode and eco friendly, no lead and harmful acid

has on and off function so you can turn off the battery

if you will have a long vacation and when you come back the battery still good even after 3months."
And has anybody mentioned that it has a built-in temp sensor which you can monitor through the app? Yes, it has one - clever.
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02-04-2021, 06:23 AM
Post: #72
RE: Car Battery Of Choice
That's a good feature. Now, I'm curious to know if the built-in temp monitor will turn-off the battery in case of overheating is detected or you can just manually turn-off via the app connected thru bluetooth.

@WallyWest:
I think walang issue based sa mga explanation about Lithium battery.
According sa youtube video above, Lithium battery accepts all power source.

With regards sa jumpstarting another car, may internal BMS naman yung readygo battery to protect it. Actually it will automatically shutoff if below 30% na yung reserve capacity so that you can still crank your car the start mo. Iwas diskarga.
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02-04-2021, 11:34 AM
Post: #73
RE: Car Battery Of Choice
I wish someone would be brave enough to do a tear down video, hehe. Made in China according sa isang YT video kaya curious ako kung ano ang laman.

Fortunately, may dealer sa Las Pinas at hindi na ako magpapakalayo.
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02-04-2021, 12:00 PM
Post: #74
RE: Car Battery Of Choice
Over Temperature

"Unlike lead-acid or lithium cobalt oxide batteries, lithium iron phosphate batteries operate efficiently and safely at temperatures up to 60 deg. C or more. But at higher operating and storage temperatures, as with all batteries, the electrode materials will begin to degrade. The BMS of a lithium battery uses embedded thermistors to actively monitor the temperature during operation, and it will disconnect the battery from the circuit at a specified temperature."

Source:
https://relionbattery.com/blog/why-batte...-batteries

If the Chinese manufacturer follows strictly the common BMS design parameters, then we can assume safe syang gamitin.
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02-04-2021, 12:06 PM
Post: #75
RE: Car Battery Of Choice
Yes made in China ReadyGo (as like everything else) but German design/technology under Eurocontrol Switchgear Corp.

Btw, I happened to visit there Makati dealer and ask about how ReadyGo battery will help to achieve 5-10% fuel consumption savings as advertised.

Ito yung sagot dun sa flyer about fuel consumption:
-reduced floating current effectively
-ultra-low self-discharge
-decreases the number of charge
-stabilized voltage enables engine spark-plugs to work efficiently
-Fast charging
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02-11-2021, 10:32 AM
Post: #76
RE: Car Battery Of Choice
(01-30-2021 11:56 PM)bloodehunter Wrote:  A friend of mine bought one, and it's the nicest thing yet that you can buy in a battery.



paps.. baka pwede request mo si Rex to take a screenshot of the battery temperature after running the car for at least 30 minutes byahe or more.

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I tried sampling the ambient temperature of the underhood of my car and it reached +60 deg. .. it may be different for the battery.
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Underhood temperature = 61.6 deg. C
Engine coolant temperature = 94 deg. C

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02-12-2021, 09:44 AM (This post was last modified: 02-12-2021 09:49 AM by bloodehunter.)
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RE: Car Battery Of Choice
Sige ba paps. Pero actually natanong ko na sakanya yan, never daw lumampas ng 50C ung body temp ng battery. I'll have this asked again after a month ng upgrade nya.

Isa din yan si rex maselan sa oto.


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