I get it, you are a LiFePO4 guy. :up:
I'm for what ever works the best all around for the application.
Quote" (You are aware they do sell LiFePO4 batteries that no longer have this limitation right? Because I sure do.")
I have run my T-105 RE wet cell bank in -35-F below 0 weather many times in the past for prolonged periods. There is no LiFePO4 battery that can operate in that cold of temps with out some type of heating system. this is extra energy that is wasted to heat the battery. Also very hot temperatures can reduce life cycles quicker than other battery types.
But what do I know I'm not a Electronic Engineering Technologist.
(I'm more of the "Boots On The Ground" kinda guy.)
I had no idea about the "drinking coolaid" metaphor, must be a regional thing,or I'm just out of the loop?
I've put in a lot of systems with all types of power storage,it's just one part of the equation,lets get past the darn battery and talk about the rest of the system............ :confused: