Electric scooters are on the rise and the batteries are a nice size (60V 29Ah at 10kg or so for example) to lug around and cycle them for good use while not riding. To power a cabin or while camping for example. A forum dedicated to these scooters is now looking to make it happen.
The regular Pheonix 48/375 through to 1200 are specified to work up to 60V. It also has an over voltage protection. A 17S LiFePo fully charged exceeds that by a bit. Up to 72 V while charging can be seen.
Will the inverter not be damaged and just not start just so long one has driven in circles long enough to have the voltage drop enough?
Can the devices be bored up just this little to take on a fully charged battery of for example a NIU N1S (most sold electric scooter in Germany) or similar? We are looking for something suitable and apart from a a few questionable hits deep in China there seems to be nothing on the market...