Here is the 6kW tester for end terminals i knocked up today. Possible testing at 45A; 90A; 135A; 180A; 225A; 270A:
Any names yet, thinking instant tan equipment or make up mirror light for the seriously vision imparied, ecolighting.
For the James Bond theme, only really Moonraker and Goldmember, i can think, had like a death laser thingamy
and with a decent dish yep it would be visible from the moon
Congrats and also Congrats on your excellent battery system, well thought out.
Just some thoughts on the aluminium connection set ups, led to believe that NOX is really for ac connections as a dielectric grease, like a petrol jelly, zinc suspension. i've used a similar type at work on HV a.c. terminations called Alminox.
Some of the A123 cells, also believe have an Al tab for one and a nickel plated (copper ?) for the other and some cells have nickel coated copper for both, so galvanic issues could crop up with the dissimilars and dampness.
There is some research on the subject, but most of what i've found relates to a.c.
In saying that though, quite a bit of it is also relevant to dc connections also.
Think a dry connection might work better even though the Al is oxidised.
The greases,might be better used as a moisture barrier which could be recommended if the batteries are out in humid/damp situations where you'd get those galvanic corrosion issues, lightly coating the outer of the whole plates.
Iron Horse SGS Pro DH.
72V 16AH lipo. 3kW charging system.
Modded Crystalyte 72V/50A, regen, 3 stage overcurrent.
4060 ☆/\, 20mm cover holes.
Hyena supplied motor (much appreciated Onya mate)
Gokart A123 20Ah, 72V, PM72301, Mars motor.