jonescg wrote:Yeah, this is just an idea, but If it works well I would get 50 boards made up. Getting the brass blocks cut, drilled and tapped would cost a fortune, but they should last forever (and be re-useable).
I admit I was inspired by Agniusm's A123 boards, but his works perfectly for 1P. For motorbikes or cars, you will need at least 2P, which is what I have in mind for the eCRX project. You can also get 4P boards made up if you are going for a low voltage DC setup (144 V or so). But I imagine EiG cells for e-bikes would need a more compact system, and I reckon Agniusm's is pretty good for that.
999zip999 wrote:I think signalab cutoff is a little higher 3.8v. then headway bms. Plus ypu can solder up the shunt a little for higher amps. Do you get the 10 fet signalab ?
999zip999 wrote:Ohzee I was looking for the 16s 10fet signalab in the garage, can't find it. Your signalab 12 fet is for how many serials and how many amps. With those pretty leds ? I would buy one just for those led's
docnjoj wrote:It is a shame 20AH A123 cells wont fit. Darn!
jonescg wrote:I reckon you could modify the dimensions of the PCB I have posted above and use that as a template? Would you even need to tape between the cells?
voicecoils wrote:Here's my little stash of battery pr0n, sitting 36cm high in a single stack:
ohzee wrote:and used up 17ah out of my pack.
I had one cell near the middle of my pack which was noticeably lower then the others.
glad I covered my battery with plastic wrap before any tape.
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