Small 36V battery recommendations

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crowber   1 mW

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Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by crowber » May 18 2019 11:38am

I see a lot of threads about big batteries, but I only want/need a small one. Like the Luna mini but 36V. I see that there are 6ah and 9ah 36v ones on electrifybike.com, but don't see any reviews about this vendor around so I was just wondering if anyone had any options that they could recommend. Thanks!

RunForTheHills   100 W

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Re: Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by RunForTheHills » May 18 2019 12:28pm

Grin has the LiGo batteries. They are 36V 2.7AH, are fully potted, and are designed to be stacked like legos. You can connect them in parallel for as many AH's as you need.

https://www.ebikes.ca/product-info/ligo-batteries.html

EM3EV has 36V shark batteries and I understand they will custom make batteries for whatever size/specification that you want.

https://em3ev.com/shop/36v-super-shark-ebike-battery/

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Easy_Rider   1 mW

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Re: Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by Easy_Rider » May 19 2019 5:04am

Found a very small one here: https://www.ebay.de/itm/ENERpower-Softp ... Sw6eRcLO-q

Assembled with INR18650-30Q

And here is a 10S1P with INR21700-30T to be able to carry according to the manufacturerer by airplane:
https://www.ebay.de/itm/ENERpower-Softp ... SwxFVcLSOq
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999zip999   100 GW

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Re: Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by 999zip999 » May 19 2019 3:40pm

First what are you trying to power motor and controller what are the motor and the controllers amp demands.

crowber   1 mW

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Re: Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by crowber » May 19 2019 3:58pm

Oh sorry, this is for the TSDZ2 ebike motor 350W.

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Re: Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by Firedog » May 21 2019 1:35pm

Consider running 2 18v tool batteries in series. Available 2 to 10ah. My choice is Makita because of the simple mount design, compact size, very low price, long life and fast charging (charger's cool cells with fan during charge). Flexible too: bring 2 spares for long rides and you can build the wife a "she shack" with battery tools in your spare time.
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drbenjamin   1 mW

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Re: Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by drbenjamin » May 21 2019 2:30pm

I ordered a 52V from electrifybike and so far so good.


electrifybike is the webstore for a Utah eBike shop called PoweredRide that seems to be legit - you can find some reviews on PoweredRide if you Google

crowber   1 mW

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Re: Small 36V battery recommendations

Post by crowber » Jun 02 2019 10:40pm

I ended up buying the 36V 9ah cube battery from electrifybike. So far, so good! 9ah should be plenty - I took it out for its first exploratory adventure today and put about 16miles on it and the battery only went down 1/4. I don't plan on taking it much farther than that, so it should be good. The cust service from them has been good so far - they put anderson connectors on the battery, but my motor just had bullets, so they included some extra anderson connectors and some heat-splice thingamabobs so that I could change out the motor connectors.

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