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Renogy Rover 100 Vs EG4 3kw for 48V mobile cart


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Jun 21, 2021
Looking to build simple and cheap 5kWh, 48v dolly cart mounted all in one. I have my 48V battery already, Just need to find an all in one inverter charger and cart.

Which do you suggest between the two?

Renogy Rover 100 $719
Nominal Voltage: 12V/24V/36V/48V Auto Recognition (for non-lithium batteries)
Rated Charge Current: 100A
Max. PV Input Power: 1300W/12V; 2600W/24V; 3900W/36V; 5200W/48V
Max. PV Input Voltage: 150VDC (25°C), 140VDC(-25°C)
Self-Consumption: 2.7W - 2.9W
Operating Temperature: -35°C to +45°C
Temperature Compensation: -3mV/°C/2V (default)
Dimensions: 12.00 x 17.44 x 4.35 in
Weight: 22 lb.
Enclosure: IP32
Terminals: 25mm2, 4AWG
Certification: CE
Bluetooth: Renogy BT-1 & BT-2 Bluetooth module
Accessories: 2-year material warranty

EG4 3kW $675
Rated Power:3,000WMax Battery Voltage:
  • 3000W Continuous Output Rated AC Output Power:120V
  • PV Input: 5000W
  • MPPT Operating Voltage: 500VDC max input
  • 48VMax Charging Current: 80AMax
  • Parallel up to 12 Units for a 36kW System
  • BMS Communication Available With All EG4 Batteries
  • Upgraded Active Cooling & Circuit Components(When compared to competing models)
  • Lightweight
  • Smaller Footprint Than Other Comparable Models
  • Overload Protection
  • Overtemperature Protection
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • User Customization via LCD Display
  • 3-Year Warranty Supported and serviced out of Texas
  • Larger Battery Terminal Connections(Supports up to 2 AWG)
  • Minor Improvements to the exterior design
  • Fully compatible with V1 units
  • BONUS KIT INCLUDED ($149 value)
    1. Wifi Stick with Remote Settings Adjustment
    2. 125A UL listed Nader Breaker and Din Bracket
    3. 6Ft 4 AWG Red and Black Battery Cables
Ended up going with the EG4 3K since there is discounts lately and ive seen many mobile carts built with them. If they had a 240V that allowed 120V charging that would be nice, but didnt find any like that from them.

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