I ordered 34 EVE LF280K from Shenzhen Xuba Electronic Trading Co., Ltd. (SZXUBA) and would like to report about my bad experience.
1. GLS routed one box with 4 cells incorrectly and delivered it to somewhere else. This is not SZXUBA's fault, but they do more or less exactly nothing...
What really disappoints me is Alibaba's behavior - Trade Assurance is nothing but a joke and the dispute seems to come to an end without any help...
Guys, keep your hands off the China scammers!
That's exactly the case. To be honest I was wondering during negotiations how they can deliver cells without B mark produced after June 2022. Actually I expected to get cells with faked QR codes.
That's the point where I should have canelled the negotiations but it was the only dealer who...
I paid 4395$ for the 34 cells (incl. the terminals, screws, bus bars and the undelivered isolation sheets) + trade assurance/payment fee. I.e. ~130 per cell.
I requested a refund of 20% for the deviation between the agreed and actual production date and lowered my offer to 15%. Do you think...
What about the 1P versions of the TAIXI TXCM1B? There's no diagram and no polarities mentioned. As well an illustration here https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001770791172.html shows 1P breakers in positive and negative paths.
Can one trust them or better keeping hands off?
Short update: >3 months later I got 4 replacement cells for the ones that disappeard. Now they deliver cells with faked QR codes, examples:
They claim it's original from EVE factory... Further: Capacity of 2 of the 4 cells is way lower than 280Ah.
It really sucks with Xuba... Hands off...
I'm thinking about putting a DC MCCB as a disconnector (and load/short circuit protection for the MultiPluses) between my LiFePO4 battery bank and (a set of 3) Victron MultiPlus-II. I'm not that confident with DC as I'm with AC, therefore the following question might be stupid...