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Old 01-05-2021, 03:50 PM   #1
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“Size matters” NPP AGM’s, any thoughts, reviews?

I’ve found a pair of NPP 6 volt AGM’s that will fit in my step well battery tray in my class C to replace my 1 Flood acid house battery. I’ve searched high and low for 2 that will fit. I don’t want to relocate my bats, I’m tight on storage space. All the popular, reasonably priced ones don’t fit, even if I lay them on their side etc..

Can anyone out there tell me if they have ever used NPP? Can’t find any reviews. I know they are a product of China but in this case “size matters”
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Old 01-06-2021, 12:35 PM   #2
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I have one of there small 12volt sealed batteries in an old car for turn signals and the like. The battery is getting pretty old, and has held up well. It is treated more like a deep cycle battery as there is no charger.

Here is a link to a review to NPP's vendor review on Amazon. Overall the vendor review looks good.

https://www.amazon.com/sp?_encoding=...YBIZ&sshmPath=
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I have one of there small 12volt sealed batteries in an old car for turn signals and the like. The battery is getting pretty old, and has held up well. It is treated more like a deep cycle battery as there is no charger.

Here is a link to a review to NPP's vendor review on Amazon. Overall the vendor review looks good.

https://www.amazon.com/sp?_encoding=...YBIZ&sshmPath=
Thanks Jagiven, I guess I’ll give it a shot!

Can you or anyone else answer a few battery & solar questions I have?;

If I’m using a 22wk inverter, what size amperage circuit breaker do I use between the battery and the inverter? I’ve found a formula that said I need a 200amp breaker but don’t know if this is correct.

Same question if installing 300W of solar,(2-150W in series), on the roof, what size breaker or fuse do I use between the panels and charge controller? 300w is max for the 20Mp charge controller I’m connecting to.

This is going to be a low budget system.
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