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Eco-Worthy is having some good deals on ebay right now

DC house is having a similar sale

I could use another but I'm torn on their quality. I don't read many follow up reviews here on the Ecoworthy or DC House batteries.

That said, I added a DJLBERMPW 24V 100AH to my setup and that's been a winner and they don't get many reviews either.
 
I've had two of the DC House 48V batteries running for months now and they've been great.

I haven't done any actual capacity tests on them though.
Are they reaching a full voltage without disconnecting? I’ve read folks having balance issues

edit: I bought one! I was going back and forth between this or two of the 12V 280AH batteries as those have even better AH to price ratio.
Now I have 4 different brand 24V batteries in parallel (some of which are 12 batteries in series).
 
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How many AH do they measure out? And are these prismatic or pouch cells?
I think prismatic. Pouch cells are the "mini" ones right? when I first got it, it tested out at over 100ah. Still seems to get full charge 5 months later too.
 
Looks like they're pretty well balanced if it's not cutting out at 56.5V. I have a 24V system and only charge to 27.6V.
 
Are they reaching a full voltage without disconnecting? I’ve read folks having balance issues

edit: I bought one! I was going back and forth between this or two of the 12V 280AH batteries as those have even better AH to price ratio.
Now I have 4 different brand 24V batteries in parallel (some of which are 12 batteries in series).
For my Redodo 12V minis I found one was actually at 11. something and the other three fully charged. I didn't have a multimeter when I first series them up I thought they were all fully charged. I got the litime balancer which can actually run at 10A. within a day the one that was low voltage disconnecting was running like a champ.

my two pairs of 24V 100Ah haven't had any balance issues.

Just ordered my 2nd and probably final 48V 50Ah to go with my first one today, the last day of the 20% coupon. I recently got 16 280Ah cells and I've seen the light, cells around $1260 and then BMS for $110 or so, for 14kWh.

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