you can charge from 5 amps DC up to 65 amps DC. You can control how many amps your charger puts out in the settings using the LCD display. To answer your queston, 65 amps would charge a 200ah battery in 3 hrs(200ah divided by 65 amps) **if your battery was completely dead. Half the time(1.5 hrs) if you had 50% charge left on your battery. 65 amps into 200ah, is considered a .33C rate (33% charge per hour) of charge which is safe for quality LiFePO4 but you wouldn't want to charge much faster than that or you could see a small reduction in life cycles of your battery. .2C or 5 hrs to charge from 0% charge would give you slightly more life out of your battery but most quality lithium is designed to do fine with up to 50%+ C-rate If you're talking about a different type of battery chemistry, you might want to increase the time it takes to charge your battery.
Hello Dominic, Thank you for reaching out, we have only tested these units to operate 110-volt A/C loads, we would not be able to recommend using two units to power 220-volt loads as we are unsure how the Inverter/charger or your Air conditioner may react. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns, have a great day.
Hello Rob, The inverter charger can be mounted on a wall, please contact us with any other questions, have a great day!
Hello, Our Li batteries feature a built-in Li battery management system. At times an Inverter will pull a large amount of power, especially on the initial set-up. This kind of surge can result in a single 100-ah battery locking out, thus we recommend ensuring multiple Li batteries are connected in parallel to avoid this type of technical issue. Please contact us if you have any other questions or concerns, have a great day!
Hello, Please note that you can use the Renogy 2,000-watt inverter with our Li batteries but you must have a minimum of 2 Li batteries connected in parallel. The inverter will not be directly compatible with solar and a charge controller must be used. Please feel free to reach out with any other questions, have a great day.
Yes, on page 20 of the manual. Under Lithium setting "When the Battery voltage reaches 14.7V, charging will stop. When the voltage drops below 12.5V charging will resume" Or, you can further adjust voltage settings. On Battery Type, you can select "user-defined" rather than "Lithium." If you select "user-defined." In "user-defined," you can select the maximum charging voltage. This range can be between 13.0V up to 15.5V. Then, you can select the voltage at which charging will resume between 12.0V and 14.0V. Yes, this can absolutely charge LiFePO4 such as Battleborn or similar.