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|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 7:12pm On Jul 16|
If that is true then he can check the product manual to know the variables that is appropriate...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 12:57am On Jul 16|
From what I can see, the inverter does not have a screen display and setting buttons...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 9:23pm On Jul 15|
If the inverter charging parameters is editable, Yes!
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 11:24am On Jul 15|
The total cost of the system was almost 300K
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 11:23am On Jul 15|
A 2000W inverter is very ok and have room for more load
I have a unit of 12V 150AH Lifepo4 battery if you're interested... Going for 180K
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 12:15pm On Jul 14|
My old system installed in client's location performing optimally...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 11:56am On Jul 14|
It's been a very long time since I posted update on my Lifepo4 experience and system update.
Yes! The experience has been very sweet and pleasant as the system served for a year and six months before I finally upgraded it and decommissioned it. Battery, inverter and grid charger was removed and replaced with a 12V 150ah Lifepo4 battery and a 1KW inverter with inbuilt AC Charger.
I'll be reinstalling my new setup to a a standard install.
Old system has been sold and installed with a 2×200W solar panels for a client who is now cruising on...
If you're wondering where I've been... Well I've been in the renewable energy business and growing in the Lifepo4 experience
|Business To Business / Mini/large Importation From China For Individuals And Corporate Organization by simydan(m): 11:02am On Apr 15|
Are you interested in starting up your own trade business or interested in whole sale supply or a corporate business that is interested in sourcing you goods and machineries directly from manufacturers from China... This is for you, look no further because I'm here to help you go through the process.
By God's grace, I've been importing from China since 2012 as a newbie... Over the years I've gone through thicks and thins of the trade and have acquired experience. I have imported from the smallest item like memory card to large items like generator and inverters.
I have had course to relate with different marchants and agents as well done both air cargo and sea cargo.
To the glory of God, I've had no course of losing my money or my goods all through the years. I have had a fair share of shipping delays, steadily increase in shipping cost and exchange rates but, they are all part of the trade. I just had to make adjustments and move on.
My name is Simon Daniel, origin of Kaduna state Nigeria. Currently base in Lagos.
My purpose of creating this thread is to offer the following services to interested and serious minded people who see opportunities in business and are willing to take action.
I'll be grouping individuals according to needs so it can be easy to manage the groups...
1. I'm interested in importing goods for personal and small business needs. 2k for Registration
2. I'm interested in importing goods for retail business needs. 5k for registration
3. I'm interested in importing goods for whole sales business needs. 20k for registration
4. I'm a corporate business interested in Procurement of goods and machineries. 30k for Registration
5. I'm interested in learning everything about importation, sales and marketing products for quick sales. $100 registration
Feel free to indicate your interest by sending a WhatsApp message to this number: 08134608560.
Let's create business network hear and start making money and more money...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 9:14pm On Nov 11, 2020|
Battery not available at the moment sir
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 12:53pm On Nov 06, 2020|
ATTENTION! ATTENTION!! ATTENTION!!!
If you're in need of home solar system for you home and business ranging from 500W to 3KW this is an opportunity to benefit from our product offer...
The offer is in 3 models as stated above: 500W, 1KW and 3KW system. There's only 12 slots for these offers which is 4 slots for each model.
500W model only 4units
1KW model only 4units
3KW model only 4units
Worth of each model:
500W = 180K
1KW = 380K
3KW = 800K
500W = 95k
1KW = 200K
3KW = 400K
All models are made with Lifepo4 battery and comes with solar panels inclusive.
Delivery and installation fee not inclusive...
Offer will run till 10th December 2020 and only 4 offer is available for each model and we will not take more than listed except at original cost.
This offer is for testing purposes and interested persons shall pay for the product offer and must be willing to provide us with prompt feedback on the product during the testing period.
Interested persons can call or WhatsApp me:
Maybe some of us don't understand clearly the offer above.
Let me explain further:
Offer 1. 600W model: this is an all in one system consisting of
- 300W pure sine wave inverter
- 12.8V 40AH ~ 512WH LFP battery
- MPPT charge controller
- 100W solar panel.
Offer 2. 1KW model: all in one system consisting of:
- 500W pure sine wave inverter
- 12.8V 80AH ~ 1KWH LFP battery
- MPPT charge controller
- 2×85W solar panels.
Offer 3. 3KW model: all in one solar system consisting of:
- 25.6V 150AH ~ 3.8KWH
- 1.1KW pure sine wave inverter
- MPPT charge controller
- 2×320W solar panels.
Too good to be true? That is why it is an OFFER
Four slots remaining! Call to find out...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 12:14pm On Nov 06, 2020|
Hello house! Hope we are all fine and keeping safe in this trying and challenging year?
God almighty will keep us and give us the grace to come out strong in Jesus name!
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 9:17am On Aug 19, 2020|
Depending on the brand you have, the LG Gen cool has two black screws right down the unit. The screws are located at opposite ends when you pull down the cover below the air vent at the bottom of the unit.
Once that is done, you can pull out the front cover completely starting from the bottom. With that, the evaporator will be expose for proper cleaning. I recommend washing if you go this far, because you don't get to do that all the time.
You'll be amazed to see the amount of dust your indoor unit accumulates. So, washing cleans it better.
Note: You have to be very careful with the coils and other parts like the display and the circuits by the side. You can search on YouTube for videos that will help you do it right.
You're welcome bro! You'll notice the cooling difference
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 6:49pm On Aug 17, 2020|
From my personal experience! My 1.5hp LG Gen cool has been doing very fine since January 2019.
It cools very well even though the room is large. However, constant cleaning of the evaporator unit is required.
Anytime the cooling effect reduces, I open up the front panel of the indoor unit and do a thorough cleaning on the evaporator coils and cooling effect resumes full blast.
Also once in a while I do clean outdoor unit coils too and I've not had any reason to join the majority of people who keep saying inverter AC is not good...
It is also important to note that, installation matters when it comes to air conditioner. If your installer do a bad job and you end up with leakage, then you'll not enjoy your AC until that problem is fix.
Mine has been a very splendid experience...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 12:37pm On Aug 07, 2020|
So sorry for the late response... I've been very busy to come online
On the cost estimate and breakdown of setting up a system 600W load with backup time of 8hrs/12hrs:
600W × 8hrs = 4,800Wh (4.8kwh)
So you'll be needing a battery capable of producing 5,500Wh (5.5Kwh) lifepo4.
A 5.5kwh lifepo4 battery will cost you around 650k.
600W × 12hrs = 7,200Wh (7.2kwh)
Battery capable of producing 8kwh will be needed
An 8kwh lifepo4 battery will cost you around 850k.
For 600W load, you'll be needing an inverter of at most 1.5kw and 2kw for more room to power more load.
Considering either a hybrid inverter or inverter plus charge controller will cost you around
200k to 300k depending on brand and functions.
I can continue with solar panels and the rest but, in a nutshell; you'll needing around 1.2M for 8hrs and 1.5M for 12hrs backup.
NOTE: the system quoted above is an off grid and can run 24hrs but in the case of the system being grid dependent, the cost will come down to 900k and 1.1M respectively...
You can chart me up if you find it difficult to analyze.
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 9:46pm On Jul 22, 2020|
Have some sets of this still in transit but loading soon!
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 11:53am On Jul 17, 2020|
1. 12V 100AH LFP 150K or 12V 50AH 90K
2. 600w pure sine wave Inverter- 35K
3. 30a mppt CC- 45k
4. 2×300 watts panel- 80k or 2×200 watts panels- 60k
5. Cables, breakers, installation etc... 50k
With this you can be rest assured to run perfectly off grid...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 11:34am On Jul 17, 2020|
Welcome sir! Always at your service boss
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 5:01pm On Jul 16, 2020|
You don't have to end up with 150watts panels because your system is 12V... It all depends on how flexible your CC is.
My system is 12V using 2×260watts panels in parallel... That's the beauty of MPPT
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 9:40am On Jul 16, 2020|
@ jmaine congratulations on you 2.4kWh set up...
This is one active and very determined follower who has got his system procurement of a 48V 50AH smart Lifepo4 battery module and a 1.5kw 60a MPPT hybrid solar inverter through me and with the help of a very reliable nairalander, he was able to install a very reliable system.
Seriously, his solar harvest is really mind blowing as he gets a harvest of 900W to 1.1KW on a sunny day from a 3×350W solar panels. That is about 90% to over 100% of harvest from a 1.050KW solar array...
When he first contacted me, he had in mind to go for a 24V 100AH battery set up but I requested he go for a 48V. Now, He's system runs flawlessly off grid with a very impressive back up time with his estimated load.
You can't get it wrong if you can follow the basics of this thread. Trust me, it will work very well too with lead acid batteries but don't forget to go for quality battery and double capacity to maintain the 50% threshold for lead acid.
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 9:13am On Jul 16, 2020|
You will need to provide the wattage of each load and intended run time... Say, how long you want the system to run.
As perceived, am guessing it's for a barbing shop. Please quote me if am right.
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 1:30am On Jul 16, 2020|
Okay! It's been quite some time now since I set up my system... System was initially grid dependant and did fantastically well in terms of backup and stability.
Now the system is off grid and still going strong... Though raining seasons are always dark days for off grid set up except for set ups with more than enough solar arrays.
Personally, my 520watts solar array is not bad at all for my design, considering that it's a 12V 100A set up and with the battery able to charge in a short time.
Now, the challenges I currently have is the season. With more cloudy days, my solar array is not enough to compensate for it, so I have to still switch to grid in between and sometimes also boost the battery with grid...
Truth be told! My days without power are over with or without grid supply, I still have something to go through the night.
On a sunny day, battery charging and load run complement well with the generated harvest except for days when battery was drained for more than 50% during the night.
Indeed the advantages of going Lifepo4 can not be over emphasised, starting from: 1. DOD and life cycle, 2. Charging rate and discharge rate, 3. Volume and weight...
My set up 12V 100AH Lifepo4 battery can be related to 12V 200AH set up if using a lead acid battery which is better explained below:
12V 100AH = 1200W or 1.2kWh
Which can be discharged up to 80% or 100%(though, discharging to 100% is not advisable)
You'll also need less solar panels to charge a 1.2kWh bank which translate to less cost of solar panels
Lead Acid Battery:
12V 200AH = 2400W or 2.4kWh
Which is highly recommended to discharge at not more than 50%.
But will need more solar panels to charge a 2.4kWh bank which, translate to more cost of solar panels
With high consumption rate, it's always very difficult to stay within the 50% DOD threshold. That's why Lifepo4 should be the preferred choice as it can with stand abuse of up to 100% DOD and still last longer than it's lead acid counterpart.
Trust me, mine has undergo such abuse. Especially the early days of installation during my load test and it's still standing strong. I doubt how many lead acid will survive that within six months.
So far so good! System is over seven months old and battery is still performing very well...
I guess it's time to help someone build a system too...
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 12:10am On Jul 13, 2020|
Sorry if the price tag of the fan dey vex you ... But, it's not selling at gun point.
To answer your questions:
1. It's not a rechargeable fan as there's no inbuilt battery. But, the 5V 2A USB option give room to use with any power bank of choice.
2. How can an energy saving fan be an industrial fan.
3. What would you call a fan that is capable of adjusting it's speed according to your room temperature either from high speed to low speed or from low speed to high speed as the temperature reduce and increase respectively...
May be you should do your research and know the price tag for such fans.
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 11:37am On Jul 11, 2020|
Thanks so much for your understanding, patience and trust...
@ oshomo... Well done for the professional install and craftsmanship, really looking forward to working with you soon sir
FUSHIAI Smart fan still available @ 40k per unit and discounts for orders above 2 units...
Trust me this fan rocks
1. 7 blades and 12 speed
2. LED display with temperature display
3. Remote control function
4. 4. Wind settings: Normal, Eco, Natural and Sleep.
5. Wide AC voltage rang: 90V-240V
6. DC power option through USB 5V 2A
7. Low power consumption: 2W-30W
8. Vertical and Horizontal swing functions
Call for your order: 08134608560
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|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 9:27am On Jul 09, 2020|
Congratulations on your new purchase
We await your review on the thermocool inverter chest freezer...
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 9:20am On Jul 09, 2020|
So sorry about your previous experience with LG brand of refrigerator
But if you decide to give it a go you can contact him. Trust me his price is very good compare to prices in other store even fuani... He does payment on delivery within Lagos and payment before delivery outside Lagos.
Be sure to discuss warranty policy with him even though warranty in Nigeria is unpredictable, just fulfill all righteousness.
You can check with him on watts app to get the models and pictures
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 1:48am On Jul 09, 2020|
@Ceased, Earthrealm & Any other person interested in Inverter fridge and freezer...
I have been doing my search for some time and came across a seller with LG brand of Inverter fridge and freezers.
As noticed LG inverter freezer are not common at the moment so any body in search for inverter type fridge can visit the store in Lagos as his prices are attractive, from 155k to 170k for double door linear inverter fridge and 198k to 280k for inverter freezer
Here are some of the pictures received from the seller:
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|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 5:03pm On Jun 10, 2020|
Inverter with LVD/HVR function coming soon, you can reach me for pre order.
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 9:16pm On Jun 09, 2020|
Welcome to the family sir...
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 11:36pm On May 29, 2020|
I dey here boss sorry I've been busy and don't come online often.
You can reach me on 081-34-6085-60
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 9:27am On May 26, 2020|
Good morning folks! It's really been awhile...
I have been so engaged, so sorry for the long silence.
Regarding my setup which is the main reason for this thread, it has been wholesome. The system as been more engaged now since I changed location so, it was necessary to to reconfigure the installation and increase load...
Don't expect system to over perform because there wasn't any upgrade on the battery or inverter, but like I said there's need to go off grid and see the performance whether it can go 24/7.
For refresher of setup and update of setup and load:
[b][/b]INITIAL SETUP & LOAD:
Setup- 1. 600W pure sine wave inverter (stand alone inverter)
2. 12V 100AH Lifepo4 battery.
3. 14.6V 20A Lifepo4 AC charger.
4. 64A ATS (Automatic Change Over Switch)
Load- 1. 32" led TV - 57W
2. Home theatre - 67W
3. Decoder - 18W
4. Ceiling fan - 20W
5. Refrigerator - 100W
Note: all load don't run simultaneously but prioritised, with refrigerator running once a while for just 2hours Max and home theatre on rear occasions. And back up normally last for 8hrs to 15hrs.
[b][/b]CURRENT SETUP & LOAD:
Setup: 1. 600W pure sine wave inverter (stand alone inverter)
2. 12V 100AH Lifepo4 battery.
3. 14.6V 20A Lifepo4 AC charger.
4. 12/24V 30A MPPT solar charge controller.
5. 2×260W ~ 520W solar panels.
Load: 1. 32" led TV - 57W
2. Home theatre - 67W
3. Decoder - 18W
4. Ceiling fan - 20W (AC)
5. Ceiling fan - 18W (DC)
6. Smart standing fan - 5-30W
7. Refrigerator - 100W
8. 3×3W, 2×6W Led lights and 1×13W energy saver bulb.
As seen system has been upgraded to off grid with two 260W poly solar panels.
So far the system is fine but test still on going due to unstable Sunny days.
System is just over a week and too early to draw conclusions yet. Though system runs with loads like TV, decoder, ceiling fan or both ceiling fans some times and refrigerator which normally goes off by 5pm or when ever there's persistence cloud.
For now AC charger is on holiday and only used on cloudy days or when battery needs top up at night due to bad weather during the day.
So far, it's been very impressive..
|Satellite TV Technology / Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by simydan(m): 3:56pm On May 24, 2020|
Works with power bank and very energy efficient.
Going for 40k
|Technology Market / Re: How To Set Up A Standard Backup Power Supply With Lifepo4 Battery by simydan(m): 7:02am On May 23, 2020|
Hope every body is doing fine and keeping safe...
Sorry for the long silence, too many engagements and commitments.
Regarding the purpose of this thread which is my system setup. Apart form the setup being successful, it's also very solid and reliable.
Installation date: 6the December last year. Till date the performance is still very outstanding.
Like is said the there's the plan to upgrade the set up to an off grid and see how well it performs on the basis of 24/7 backup.
I finally relocated to a new place and the system is now properly installed with the the house wiring, which means system is now fully engaged.
So far, the load has increased but all loads are still energy efficient.
Current load on system:
32" TV - 57w
Decoder - 18w
Home theatre - 60w
Refrigerator - 100w
1 DC ceiling fan - 18w
1 AC ceiling fan - 20w
1 smart standing fan - 30w
3 led light - 3w
2 led light - 6w
1 energy saver bulb - 13w
Now my load is much and you may wonder how well it sustains on the system? But it's important to note that all this load don't run at the same time and most run in a very short time on the system and with good PHCN supply I have only run out of power for say two to three days within 2months.
The most amazing thing is that, the system is still very fine and the battery power is still the same.
OK! Good news is, the system as been upgraded with a 2 × 260watts solar panel. That's about 520watts in total connected in parallel to my 12v/24v, 30a mppt charge controller.
Upgrade is a week old now but will like to give it time before posting the performance here due to unstable weather condition.
Picture of current setup against the former.
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