mjp8081 wrote:I was told by Ping that I need at least 20Ah to handle the load of an 800w motor. I would have loved to save some money and get a 12 or 15Ah.
mud2005 wrote:I have a 4000 watt motor and a ping 24 volt 10 ah. all you need to do is get a watt meter and make sure you don't use too many amps. my battery does 30 amp continuous and most of the time I use about 10 amps.
when I'm cruising up a hill I keep an eye on the amps and pedal if they go too high. a 36 volt 20 ah on a skateboard? what happens when you need to bail off the board and it crashes into a curb or someones leg?
sorry to be negative just making sure you've thought of the danger of a heavy board
needWheels wrote:mjp8081 wrote:I was told by Ping that I need at least 20Ah to handle the load of an 800w motor. I would have loved to save some money and get a 12 or 15Ah.
The reason why you needed 20ah is because most low end packs can only do 2C max without self-destructing quickly, and the less you hit that max, the longer it will last.
This is probably the best deal in a lightweight 48V 10ah 5C pack:
http://www.evcomponents.com/ProductDeta ... Code=H4810
I'm almost considering reselling my 20ah 18650 pack and getting that instead.
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