Thanks for another option! I Love these listings with different brands. Good too for users who are looking about!MEGA Power Box is ideal for charging smartphones, tablets, radios and operating DC powered electronics. Great for Off-Grid applications and portable emergency back-up power. includes built-in LED lights. Proudly made in the USA.powerwerx.com
Forget about their charger, it's too much extra cost anway. Get a charger with with a 14.6 volt max and up to .5 C of the battery you buy. Just don't let it go into float, no need for float on a LiFePo4. I would connect my Victron IP167 via the binding posts or one of the Anderson connectors and charge it myself.The 110V charging is poor, with 10A - but maybe enough for some of us.
I tried that with the ARB78L when it was set to 2*c and I shut it off for 50 hours and the temp came up by 13*c which is not bad in a constant Ambient temp 24/7 of 23*c, Seem like the bigger fridges retain their Coolness a lot better than the smaller fridges, All I had was the bottom covered with cans of Coke.My experiences to the Engel MF 17 during the Tranafrica: There is a optional Thermo-Bag available (something what you too can do at your own if you like) . We run one Box as Freezer, one as Fridge during our trip.
If both compressor coolingboxes are fully loaded, we was able to completely turn them off during the night, without to see to much defrosting after 7h.. Did not work if not full (tested)...
Most LIFEPO4 batteries (branded) come with a BMS built in so no need for to buy one unless one is doing a DIY set up using lithium cells. The ones that I'm considering (Battleborn or Renogy) do come with it.Do you need a BMS for the LIFEPO?
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Just checked it out: the DC ouput is 12V, 4A but my 35 watt fridge, which is a relatively small fridge, can draw up to 5 amps, usually when compressor first kicks on, so that 4A rating may not work for me.I always want to be sensitive about sharing links because I know the community is here! But since you asked, here is our complete review: http://jeepsies.com/independent-review-aimtom-540wh-portable-power-station/.