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SODIUM-ION 18650 BATTERIES ?

Posted: Dec 13 2015 12:10am
by ScooterMan101
Who is in France that knows about this ?

http://www.gizmag.com/french-researcher ... ult-widget

Re: SODIUM-ION 18650 BATTERIES ?

Posted: Feb 19 2016 10:18pm
by Nobuo
The improvement is basically in energy/cost ratio and savy-cost and easy production. Their discharge rate is medium and their energy density low. A good solution for enormous and cheap static energy container installation

Re: SODIUM-ION 18650 BATTERIES ?

Posted: Feb 20 2016 7:14am
by Vanarian
That's cool, haven't heard of it and I'm in France actually :o

Re: SODIUM-ION 18650 BATTERIES ?

Posted: Feb 21 2016 3:47pm
by ScooterMan101
There are some scooters/bikes that use low a discharge rate,
For instance for the Q100 motors people are saying no more than 18 amps, and only use up to 14 amps if you use a 16s pack with that motor .

Some others are happy with 25 amps on a 48volt ( 13s pack).

I have a scooter with a 30 amp max controller.

What discharge rate are they listing / would it handle : 36volt (10s 10 amp hour pack ) ? 30 amps ?
or a 48 volt ( 13s 4p or 5 p pack ) ?
or a 52 volt ( 14s 4p or 5p pack ) ?

and

What energy density are they per cell ?
as many people are still using 2000mAh or even 2500mAh cells

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Nobuo wrote:The improvement is basically in energy/cost ratio and savy-cost and easy production. Their discharge rate is medium and their energy density low. A good solution for enormous and cheap static energy container installation