$ per Wh is really good for these hardcase packs . It matters when you have a lot.cwah wrote:What's the benefit about having hard pack compared to soft pack when you have that many lipo?
I'm not sure it would be much lighter. the hard case packs are pretty thin plastic. I wanted to break the packs into the three blocks because I intend to mix and match and use them on 3 different bikes so I haven't bothered with a battery box as such. These should be pretty well protected with the perspex top and heatshrink. They will be in the frame.cwah wrote:Wouldn't a big protected box for all the lipo ligther and stronger?
fechter wrote:Nice. I like the fuses. I'll have to try finding a supplier with those around here.
mr.electric wrote:I am building a pack from 4s hard case packs too. I will add pics soon. I love the way they are durable. You can stack them and use double tape to make a giant brick. They will not be ruined by bouncing around in a bike bag.
Ricky_nz wrote:cwah wrote: I have one pack that is not part of my pack build that I dropped from kitchen bench height and there is no major damage , just loosened the join between the plastic and electrically its fine . Might not survive every time but thats good enough for me.
Unfortunately I don't have any photos of the insides of these hard case packs but they are pretty similar to the other packs in that they have a circuit board on the end linking the cells. Maybe someone else has photos of inside the hard case. From memory the thin edge of the cells is up towards the label side of the hardcase.Emoto wrote:Hi ricky im concidering some of these pacs, any chance posting some pic's case opened and end connections.
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