dogman wrote:In general thats very true about too many wires and connectors. Every connector is a potential resistor. That's why the gold plated bullets.
But I don't think a 72v 10 ah lipo pack is going to be that complicated. Paralell connecting packs in pairs, then series connecting the 4 pairs of 5s lipo.
justadad1957 wrote:imo batteries should always be configured first to the AH needed capacity for correct cell balancing then series for the desired volts i do not think it is a good idea to pair packs for increased AH capacity
i was wanting to config a pack split on either side of bike and was thinking about possible problems with slightly mis matched packs
justadad1957 wrote:i dont think it its a easy thing to do way to many wires
batteries should be constructed that cells are unified into the pack as a whole battery unit
i am a newbe here but i think this is an important consideration for pack life
just think what might happen if you ganged a 10 Ah pack and a 5 AH pack that had even a slightly higher voltage
the higher voltage pack would discharge at a higher rate and could easily be damaged
as it would lose its capacity sooner
and then be like a flat tire dragging the total avg voltage down
darn i want my batteries to last for years
How many amps of 72v do you want moosetrodamus? I'd say 72v 10 ah of ping would be good for about 12 amps continuous. Whatever the c rate of the v3 cells is divided in half.
You could just charge lipo in the oven, even apartments have one fire resistant place in them.
RTLSHIP wrote:chroot, 42 mph +. I'm scared at 25-30 mph. do you use special spokes and brakes? what about suspension
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