Solderless weldless 36V and 74V batteries could do over 200A

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Re: Solderless weldless 36V and 74V batteries could do over 200A

Post by agniusm » Jun 03 2019 10:24pm

flippy wrote:
May 26 2019 10:01am
thats 80Wh/km.
that quite in the ballpark for that speed.
All good then. thanks

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Re: Solderless weldless 36V and 74V batteries could do over 200A

Post by Kodin » Jul 09 2019 5:13pm

Any issues with using say an 8P module with say, 4P worth of cells and upgrading to higher cell counts as more disposable money is available? Will tension stay the same for the most part?
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Re: Solderless weldless 36V and 74V batteries could do over 200A

Post by agniusm » Jul 10 2019 1:04am

Yes. Non issue but mixing different cycle life cells is not the best idea.

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Re: Solderless weldless 36V and 74V batteries could do over 200A

Post by Kodin » Jul 16 2019 12:51am

I'll likely be buying them in batches of 100 cells over the course of a couple months. While cycle life will be different, I'm hoping it won't be different enough to cause too many problems once fully "stocked"
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Re: Solderless weldless 36V and 74V batteries could do over 200A

Post by john61ct » Jul 16 2019 9:30am

Better to start with a full count of cheapest cells (but tested first)

Iron out the kinks, learn never to do that again

Then replace with top quality new all at once later.

Or just wait while you save for Doing It Right.

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