So 36s all up? 133 V nominal charge at 150 volts? Can be done
Depending on how you want the final size and shape I can make them in any arrangement you want. Three blocks of 275 mm x 100 mm x 150 mm? (LxWxH) would work easily, but would still require come cables joining the series connections.
These packs are awesome for their compact size and power. Energy density as better than A123s, about the only drawback is the cost and the fact that LiPo isn't exactly set and forget. Cost to you is about $1.10 per Wh, so at 36 x 3.7 x 25 Ah = 3330 Wh, or about $3600. The high cost is the fact that the cells need to come from HobbyKing in bulk orders (easiest way to get a lot of cells all at once). After customs, GST and shipping they work out to be 32% higher than the storefront price.
It still blows me away that the individual cells require less handling and labour than 4s hardpacks, yet cost more
Anyway, happy to help
the Electric RG250 - Dual Agnis, Kelly 1200A controller, 6 kWh of A123 cells from Cell_Man and a shitty old chassis from 1985
Top speed 180 km/h, max current 600 A @ 100 V.VoltronII
Say no to spaghetti junction LiPo! Assembled Hi-power LiPo packs of any size!Come on Casey! If you want prototype racing, throw your leg over something with lithium in it