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Unread 10-28-2018, 12:33 PM   #1
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Does anyone have, or have thoughts or ideas on the new Trojan Trillium batts? My black box pack is on life support and, well,,, just wondering?
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Unread 10-28-2018, 12:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: Trojan Lithium?

Interesting. I wonder how much they cost? You can run 4 in series to get 51.2 volts @ 92ah.

https://www.trojanbattery.com/pdf/da...um_12.8-92.pdf
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Looks promising, but I bet costly....
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May be an interesting option when my Leaf batteries are on their way out....in hopefully 5 years at a minimum!!
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Only issue I see is buying a new BMS system every time you replace batteries.

Hopefully though, these will last 10+ years and it would still be cheaper in the long run than FLA.

I would love to see pricing on these.
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May be an interesting option when my Leaf batteries are on their way out....in hopefully 5 years at a minimum!!
I would hope much longer then that unless you are a daily long distance driver....
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[QUOTE=ag4ever;1554364]Only issue I see is buying a new BMS system every time you replace batteries

From what I've gleaned, these batts are self "managed". In fact my conventional dpi charger will charge them.
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Those look very nice and must be since they're coming from a reputable company like Trojan.

But I bet they'll be asking for big bucks $$$$$$$.
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Only issue I see is buying a new BMS system every time you replace batteries.
AG, why would you need to buy a new BMS if\when the batteries need to be replaced? I'm not saying your wrong....as you know more about this stuff than I do. But I'm just trying to understand the "why."

BTW, I read thru the Trillium user guide and it does state that these batteries have a CAN Bus connection. FWIW

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