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Solar lithium batteries for solar power storage design for street lights Freego

Model
NCM4830/40/50SA
Service
OEM/ODM
MOQ
10
Shipment
Air door to door/sea/FOB
Payment
TT/PAYPAL/Western Union
Material
LiFePO4/LiNiCoMn/LiMn2O4
Specification
48V 30AH 48V 40AH 48V 50AH
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  • Applicable for Solar energy storage, family lighting, air-condition, outdoor application, emergency application;

  • Light weight and movable easily;

  • Small volume does not occupy place;

  • Over 2000 life cycles which can work approx. 5 years;

  • LCD option, and customized output socket;



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Model

NCM4830SA

NCM4840SA

NCM4850SA

LFP4830SA

LFP4840SA

LFP4850SA

Normal Capacity

30000mAh (0.2c)

40000mAh (0.2c)

50000mAh (0.2c)

30000mAh (0.2c)

40000mAh (0.2c)

50000mAh (0.2c)

Normal Voltage

48.1V

48.1V

48.1V

48V

48V

48V

Inter Impedance

≤5mΩ

≤5mΩ

≤5mΩ

≤5mΩ

≤5mΩ

≤5mΩ

Maximum Charge Current

10A

10A

10A

10A

10A

10A

Maximum Charge Voltage

54.6±0.2V

54.6±0.2V

54.6±0.2V

54.7±0.2V

54.7±0.2V

54.7±0.2V

Constant Discharge Current

50A

50A

50A

50A

50A

50A

Maximum Discharge Current

80A

80A

80A

80A

80A

80A

Discharge Stop Voltage

32.5V

32.5V

32.5V

30V

30V

30V

Weight Reference

2.6KG

3.2KG

3.4KG

 

 

 

Life Cycles

800 cycles

2000 cycles

Work Temperature

Charge

0~45℃

0~45℃

Discharge

-20~60℃

-20~60℃

Store Temperature

In one month

-20~45℃

-10~45℃

In sit month

-20~35℃

0~25℃



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A very good addition to my tool chest, it works quite well and it functions well outside its original purpose as an industrial tool, very well recommended
Full disclosure: I was given one of these to evaluate, but I am under no obligation to rate items positively. This does exactly what it says it does. I'm not fussy. I don't need a bunch of bells and whistles in products like these. Give me an easy to read screen with very practical, yet simple features and a good build quality, and that's all that really matters. I would definitely purchase this. Nice, accurate readings, great range, and a comfortable grip. If I were to say anything negative, it would be that the battery compartment is VERY snug, making it a bit fiddly to change its 9V battery. But that's not enough for me to knock off a star.
Great little temp gun. Accurate, reliable, good value for the money. I would buy again.
I'm, having too much fun checking the teperatures on everything.
Excellent product and wonderful company to do business with. Highly recommend.
I use this product for cheese/yogurt making, frying and grilling. I have compared it with comparable but much more expensive products from my lab, as well as immersion thermometers and it agrees typically within 3 degrees F. I've had it for 8 months without replacing the battery. Also doubles at a cat toy.
Its Good
Cheap but accurate and effective thermometer. Seems pretty good so far. I would recommend it.
Haven't been able to use it yet because the included battery was DOA.
My husband really likes it. Works as advertised.
Great for finding drafts, cooking, and grilling.
Somewhat accurate does a good job easy to read LED a little bit of a pain to put in the 9 V battery especially if you use the Amazon 9 V
Love this thing along with my son but it's a guy thing
This laser thermometer works quickly and well. I got this for only $14 on-sale on Amazon. Well worth it at that price.
Excellent product. Thank you
Edit 2/14/17: Seller sent a new unit at no cost. New unit works as it should. Nice of the seller to send a new one. Changed rating from 1 star to 5. The laser is off 4" right and 2" down at 18"! Makes aiming impossible. Threw it away.
No more burnt finger tips touching a light bulb.
It works
Is quite accurate and rugged. I would buy again.
Meh..it's okay. I'm not sure how accurate it is.
Not 100% accurate but close enough for my purposes.
Nice tool. Laser pointer helps aim, or can be turned off. Dynamic action, and the readout changes as you test different spots of an area.
What a great product! Hard to beat for the price to. The Etekcity Lasergrip Digital Thermometer is a great tool and it does exactly what it's supposed to do. The device arrived quickly and in packaging which kept it safe during shipping. It even comes with the needed 9V battery! Setup was a breeze too. Literally just plug in the battery, and point and shoot, it's that easy. Highly recommended :)
I used this to verify that cold air from my A/C was not blowing as cold in one of the rooms as in the others. It's really handy to have this tool!
Works as advertised and it very accurate. Easy to use and the laser pointer is very handy
works fine. not sure it is really accurate but is close enough for my use.
doesn't seem to report accurate temps
CHristmas Present.
Seems to work well. Feels pretty solid as too. The LCD with backlighting is bright and clear.
it ok
Absolutely great value. Excellent quality on a budget!
Works great
Works good.
I needed something to view the AC return temp and the fits the bill.
I really like digital thermometer. it is as accurate as it stated .
I admit I bought this out of pure joy of measuring things from afar. Oh the joy.
After much thought and reading many of the reviews posted here ; I ordered the WORX Leaf Mulcher ...and gave it a strong work out with oak tree leaves , mostly wet and soggy at the time. ( acorns, small twigs and other debris in the leaf piles ) Consequent to some of the more thoughtful reviews posted here, I had ordered the Oregon 22 Gatorline 0.95 square shaped trimmerline and a back up of Arnold ( orange ) commercial grade trimmerline ...As many reviewers here have stated; the line provided by WORX is cheap / soft and practically worthless ...the 0.95 in diameter line is a tight fit but is definitely " doable" in the WORX machine without any modification and the hefty 13 amp motor has plenty of muscle to whip the lines ...The Oregon Gatorline was just outstanding ...making sawdust type mulch out of literally a small mountain of leaves ....the Arnold brand was good ...but the square shaped Oregon brand was vastly superior ...I changed the line ONE TIME and after about 2.5 hours of OFF and ON usage ...( you can tell the line was getting shorter and the leaves were clogging along the side when the line needed to be replaced ....with the new line installed, about a one minute operation, the mulcher went back to sawdust quality output immediately. ( definitely REMOVE the line cutter also ...just two phillips head screws ) Acorns and small branches - a principal and limiting issue for us as we had tried other types of vacuum style mulchers and the darn acorns ALWAYS jammed the device ....The WORX machine with the Gatorline literally cut thru small index finger sized branches without problem and the acorns just dropped down thru the cutting lines into the bag although a few showed signs of bruising from the cutting lines ... The bag holder is easy to assemble ( 20-30 seconds ) and if you using large contractor grade bags , they fold easily over the top of the unit ...the motor assembly fits snugly on top ...and you are ready to rock ...lol ... The boasted 11:1 bag ratio reduction seems a bit overhyped ...but ...it was probably more like 7:1 in bag reduction as an informal estimate ....The GOOD news here being that I ONLY used ONE BAG for the entire 2.5 hour leaf session ....The WORX machine simply filled the bag with a soft / wet mulch ....( leaves were wet ) ....and I dumped the bag around the garden and the base of a few of the oak trees ....raked it smooth to a 2-3 inch depth ...and it looks great that way ....and reused the bag for another mountain of leaves ... A few of the neighbors came by and asked if they could have the next bag or two of mulch for their flower beds ....( no problem as long as they haul it ...lol ) The machine itself is NOT overly loud ...but it will spit out mud and leaf debris so your face / clothes will be dirty when done , especially with wet leaves ...so eyewear is essential ... The feeding rate of leaves to the mulcher will vary based on line wear and wet or dry leaves ...but ...about as fast as you can comfortably scoop up a big bundle and feed it into the cone ....some shaking of the machine to dislodge material build up along the sides helps also ... One of the features NOT mentioned by WORX is the Three year warranty included with purchase as that would have alleviated some of my concerns during the research phase ...LOL Summary - excellent product with a few minor adaptations ...hope this comment proves helpful - Mike
I do not often write reviews but I can tell you this is a tremendous product. For a couple of years I used an Eco Shredder which I purchased from Amazon. I have a property in the Adirondack Mountains and I need a shredder that will make a lot of leaf mulch for my wife who is an avid gardener. The Eco Shredder was a big disappointment as it would constantly clog and would be very hard to take apart each time it did so . It also handled a very small amount of leaves that had to be force-fed into the chute. This worx Shredder is the opposite. It never clogs even when the leaves are wet and you can just keep dumping loads of leaves into it and it shreds them up for you right into a bag. It really is a great Shredder if you have a lot of leaves to work with. I gave the Eco Shredder to nuns with a small property I hope it works for them. It certainly was a disappointment for me. But the Worx shredder cost far less is light and simple and does the job very well.
Ok this does work as it is supposed to. As others said it is loud but not crazy loud or any louder than a leaf blower for example. I use the tall paper leaf bags given away by my town. They are the same you see in those big box stores. I read a review where user recommended adding pvc pieces to legs to raise it up. Good idea..I didn't do it, but maybe over the summer. I just folded down the paper bag to the pre printed "fill line", and that worked fine. Yeah some mulch flew out the gaps, but no big deal. The supplied plastic band for paper bag use is pretty much useless. I tossed it aside. When using this machine, don't overfill otherwise you have to "stir it up" to allow the leaves to go down. Handfuls at a time, not arm fulls. Otherwise all worked. Overall happy.
BOTTOM LINE UP FRONT: This machine chops down leaves so you can dispose of leaves in a fraction of time compared to bagging them. It's not even close. Once you rake up your leaves into piles, you can rip through them in no times. HOW TO USE THIS MACHINE: Don't bother shredded wet leaves. It ain't going to happen. The machine will bog down and the leaves will just sit there. Mostly dry leaves with some dampness is okay. But, wet leaves are a no go. SAFETY TIP: Wear safety glasses and hearing protection. It's not crazy loud but you only get one pair of ears and eyes. Protect them. PRODUCTIVITY TIP: By 3/4" PVC pipe. Cut them to 2 feet or so and use them as legs extensions. This will will you fill a bag easily or slip a garbage can under the unit. Once I did this $3 hack, it sped tings up greatly. I can fill up a 40 gallon trash can in about 10 minutes of shredding. I then drag the pail to a wire bin so I can make leaf mold. WHAT OTHERS GRIPE ABOUT: I read a lot of reviews complaining about busted trimmer line. I didn't have that experience. I only had to change line once this fall. Works well. If you don't have one yet, set a price alert and pick this up when the prices drop after fall. You won't regret it.
The thing does shred leaves, I give it that. But what I do is rake up a bunch of leaves into a trash can and then I want to dump those into this thing with the assumption I will get mulch. What invariably happens instead is that there will be a small branch or a couple of medium stones in the can (and I mean like 2 stones the size of apricots) that will instantly break the string inside the unit. You will then have to manually clean it all out and restring. To get through four or five cans of leaves the other day I went through three changes of string. I had to start feeding the thing by hand rather than dumping buckets of leaves into it. I will keep messing with it because we have a TON of leaves, but so far can't say I'm a fan.
The ratio of 11 bags ground into one isn't accurate... but this does grind them down for rapid composting. The ratio actually depends on the type of leaves to be ground. We pick up bags of leaves to compost from neighbors who put their leaves out for municipal pick-up. I found that leaves like silver maples are generally very well squished into the brown bags, and probably only grind to a 3 or 4 bags into one bag ratio. However, stiffer leaves -- like oak -- can't be as compressed by the typical dad/teen raker duo and therefore grind to something like a 5 to 8 bags to 1 ratio. Pretty good either way for my purposes, which is simply to reduce the bulk and hold them until next summer when we pick up neighbor's bags of grass clippings to mix with the leaves and get our compost pile steamy. And gee: our grinding of leaves in November kept the compost steaming until a couple of days ago (about Dec 15) here in Maryland. So kudos to grinding leaves. The machine itself is a bit awkward, and I found that the adapter for the brown bags was impossible to actually deploy. I ended up making a torn up brown bag skirt on the stand, with the skirt a maxi where I stood and a mini in the direction I wanted the ground up leaves to go. The instructions say that leaves may be added to the hopper by "double handfuls" unless they are wet, in which case single handfuls is required. Given the slow going with wet stuff, I'm not going to try to grind anything wet anymore -- it is just not worth the effort. Trying to grind up hosta leaves stopped the machine completely. The cutting strands do wear down quickly, especially if there are any twigs in the batches or if tougher leaves are being ground (oak!).
We got this to prepare our family for the neighborhood fall jobs approaching. We did three yards, front and back and one front yard; these were all pretty large yards with oak and maple trees. What would have been 50+ bags turned into about 20. The only downside to this is that you would have to keep a stock of the replacement string, because it goes fast depending on how much you have to do. Not recommended for big chain lawn services, as this would be a precious waste of time setting up. Not everyone has an electrical outlet on the outside of their house if it is not a new construction or an old with modifications for outside power; with that in mind a portable generator was what we used to help power this thing. Also, keep in mind that even when you shred leaves, this thing does make a small mess around its perimeter due to the spinning action to chop up the leave. It can take twigs, but don't try to shred any larger than a half inch in diameter. We are satisfied with this, so it is a keeper for us.
I bought this shredder with the intention of making chaff hay for my old horse. It seems to work for that purpose by feeding broken flakes through and collecting the chaff in a trash bag. Swap the collection bag for a new one, and run the first chaff through again for finer cut. Three or four flakes fills a bag, and takes only a few minutes. I used soft second cutting hay with few stems to make the chaff hay. Purchased chaff is around $15 a bag, and good baled local hay is $6 a bale, so we are saving money by making our own. The shredder was easy to set up and is light enough to move around very easily. It can be taken taken apart and stored in a small space, like a shelf. Four stars at this time, only because our shredder is brand new and we will have to see how it holds up. It would definitely be worth 5 stars if it lasts a few years.
After reading nearly every review posted for the WORX WG430 and the competition Flowtron unit, I bought the WG430. The the larger 13 Amp motor of the WG430 led me to believe it would be more durable and longer lasting. Assembly was intuitively obvious, and I did not need the manual for assembly. The manual was only useful in explaining the purpose of the orange plastic band (bag holder) included in the package. There was one loose screw and wing nut in the box from the plastic band, and the manufacture would do well to either tape these small items or seal them in a plastic bag to keep them from getting lost. The WG430 proved quite effective at shredding up dry leaves and grass clippings. A mixture of fresh, green grass clippings and leaves picked up by my mower processed through the WG430 quite nicely, and the WG430 made a nice blend of green and brown material which should aid composting. Some whole leaves, grass clippings and vegetable scraps which had been in the compost bin for awhile and were fairly damp did not process well through the WG430, but I was not expecting good results based on what other reviews had indicated. So far I see only two negatives for the WG430. First, the trimmer line used is too small and wears down fairly quickly. The Flowtron unit uses similarly small trimmer line, so this problem is not unique to the WG430. I don't know why the manufacture didn't use a much larger line to provide more durability since it is the cutting diameter that determines the load on the motor. I likely will experiment with some larger trimmer line. Second, the line cutter inside the trimmer base catches and causes material to hang up and accumulate at that spot in the tub. I'm not sure why this cutter is really necessary as one can easily cut the line to the appropriate length by other means. Eye protection and a respirator mask are essential, and ear protection is strongly recommended based on my experience. The WG430 is not extremely noisy, but several hours of continuous operation would be hard on ones ears. Based on my limited use so far, I would recommend the WORX WG430 leaf mulcher/shredder for anyone who has a lot of leaves to handle and who wants to compost them. Assembly and set up could not be any easier.
I bought the Worx leaf mulcher and replacement string. The string that comes with the mulcher and this package of replacement is only good if you are only mulching leaves. If you have the smallest twig or branch, these strings are shredded super fast. What I did is buy 0.95 toro trimmer string from Home Depot and it just fits in the mulcher. These new lines super size the work and you can put anything down the chute. It is awesome now. This trimmer rocks. Anything goes in and it mulches real fast and the job is done. If you do buy this product which you should. Plan on buying the trimmer line from Home Depot and cutting it to size. It works 300% better. Product is great. The trimmer line supplied with the product is crap.
4 large maple trees drop more leaves than can be counted. Running them over with the lawn mower was not a good option. This item mulches the leaves uniformly and is very fast. The occasional small stick does no harm and is barely noticed. I fill my compost pile with almost more mulch than I can use. It is well constructed and very stable. It is easy to set up and use. The only thing not mentioned in the description is my son no longer complains how hard the fall leaf pick up is.
So far the WORX seems to be working as described. It has the power I need and does a great job shredding large quantities of leaves in a short period of time. I haven't used it with wet leaves yet, but the leaves were at least damp, and the shredder didn't seem to mind. I think if you try and stuff the hopper you're going to have issues. If instead, you kind of sprinkle the leaves in, even at a good pace it did great. Design wise mine does have a flaw, in that the top plastic rim is warped (or maybe the hopper is warped) and it doesn't lock on to the hopper. It just want to pop off and no amount of tweeting will get it to lock in place. I think this might be a common problem because I saw other images on Google which also appeared to show the same warping. I'm too lazy to pack mine up and send it back to amazon, and besides leaf season is here. But it does make me wonder if Amazon gets sent seconds, and that's how they remain the Walmart of the online world.
I just used the Worx mulched for the first time. I'm pretty technical and a DYI guy, so I had imagined a slew of possible failure points in this device when ordering it. BUT, this is a very nicely engineered product with clever and useful design touches. It's light weight, easily disassembles and stores with minimal footprint. And, OBTW, it actually mulches leaves wonderfully. My leaves are mainly oak and maple with some ornamental. Leaves were mostly dry but did have an ever so slight bit of moisture. A few mixed in small twigs ran through with no problem. I also mixed in cut off annuals from pots with no problem. I had no issues with blowing dust. I pick up the leaves with two rakes used like you'd use salad tongs and just drop them into the Worx, so I never actually get right over the unit when it's mulching. The flared rake tines were perfect for tapping the leaves if they the pile doesn't immediately drop through. With this method I never really have to pick up anything off the ground. Finally, it has a 3 year warranty. Way happy and impressed. Nice job Worx.
I can't feed this thing fast enough, and I'm not sure how I lived without it for so long! I normally don't bother with reviews but I wanted to rave about how wonderful this thing is. Two years ago, I raked and bagged. Last year I tried mulching with the blower, and put the leaves on my flower beds. This took way too long and there were too many leaves for the beds. This year I am using the Worx and I think the leaves will be condensed down to the point that there isn't enough mulch for the beds. It is easy to put together, and I didn't even look at the directions. I did my whole front lawn and only changed the line once. I have a total of about one third of an acre. I did get some sticks in there and did not have a problem. Yes, some leaves / mulch gets stuck around the sides if it is damp, but this does not affect the operation at all. And, it was sprinkling rain while I was doing this. I just can't believe how great this thing is. My yard will look clean and awesome with a lot less work than in previous years. I would definitely purchase it again.
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