megacycle wrote:Another way is a termi-foil crimp (the weapon of choice ) ...
teklektik wrote:megacycle wrote:Another way is a termi-foil crimp (the weapon of choice ) ...
Termi-Foil crimp! Who knew?
docnjoj wrote:They were in a thread (this one?) a while back when Peter Perkins posted about them.
EVPowers wrote:Butt splices you linked to are not the same as the one in teklektik's post.
Cost is much different.
I notice that even on the butt splices there is a 500 piece minimum order and they do not stock them.
potatorage wrote:The positive tab is always folded over the negative tab.
potatorage wrote:I purchased some solder that contains flux advertised for soldering to aluminum, but the joints are extremely difficult to make and it takes forever. Not to mention they aren't very solid either.
999zip999 wrote:A 24s6p or 144- A123 20ah cells ? 120ah.
jonescg wrote:At these levels of complexity, a tapped brass block and copper terminations like I showed a couple of pages earlier is probably the easiest way to go. It would be difficult for 1p, but for 2,3 or 4p, I think my clamping method would probably suffice. It's an extension on what Cell_Man did on my 4s,3p A123 packs.
megacycle wrote:Can you bend it on the vertical if you have room, should be well within the pack confines anyhow.
Along the end tab. Edit opposite plane to your first photo.
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