liveforphysics wrote:You picked the dog's of the nano-tech cells, but yes, after about 10 cycles or so, more areas that did not become intercalation points from initial activation charge will open up, and both performance and capacity will increase slightly.
zombiess wrote:Wish it was easier to find info on this site, so much is buried in threads on other topics completely unrelated to what I'm looking for because people don't start new threads and continue to post completely unrelated info in the same thread totally changing it's substance. I searched about these packs before I bought them but didn't find anything. Would be nice if people started threads about each individual thing they are doing vs 80 page threads that start off like "check out these awesome batteries I'm testing" and then half way through they talk about how to cut Styrofoam dolphin sculptures for their mothers front yard and a few pages later it turns into what style of bike lock is best.
zombiess wrote:liveforphysics wrote:You picked the dog's of the nano-tech cells, but yes, after about 10 cycles or so, more areas that did not become intercalation points from initial activation charge will open up, and both performance and capacity will increase slightly.
What's bad about these versions? I didn't know there were good and bad versions, just that this was all they had in stock. Should I return them for a better version? I hope I didn't waste my $800 on these, no point in having them if they are no better than my regular 20C packs.
Kin wrote:Option2: Put a few more packs in parallel. I understand this might not be an option for other design constraints.
nicobie wrote:I noticed my nano packs tended to balance a bit better after a few cycles. I was running the 35-50c cells and really liked the low voltage drop.
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