Going to get that fixed. ))eTrike wrote:Too bad this isn't in the "for sale" section . Care to share what you paid for it?
@wb9k are the Spark packs the M1B formula? That is EXT, correct?
The Spark packs use the Gen 1.5 Amp 20 cell. M1B, yes, EXT, no. They're not the same thing. There have been a lot of small flavor changes over the past two years...honestly I'm not totally up to speed on what got introduced when.eTrike wrote:@wb9k are the Spark packs the M1B formula? That is EXT, correct?
I have the opportunity to pickup a few of these modules but in a slightly different configuration of 6s13p (same 105lb module weight) they've been sitting in a warehouse the last 4 years, can bus still reports all as ok and the price for 5kwh (even with shipping) is very attractive (to me.)okashira wrote: ↑Jan 21, 2016 11:02 pmWe did figure out how to get the cells out without damaging or stressing them...
That's the first one, dinged the side a little bit because I was careless.
It's a little labor intensive, but we're going to make some packs for spot welders / icharger power supply's and sell the rest (undamaged) cells
I was thinking that if they are very short, I could perhaps do what others have done and either drill or hole punch thru them and use bolts to make series connections and to attach balance wiring to, but I need some tab to work with, if they are welded and need to be cut free I may not have that much and I don't wanna waste my money on something I cannot reuse.
Mine were glued. It's a pita and not worth the time/risk to disassemble the module.miro13car wrote: ↑May 16, 2018 8:15 amAs I can see from Okashira pictures his cells are 2013.
I have like 30 such cells sitting in my basement for over 5 years, they are all still above 3.2 V .
removing cells from modules can be a pain with terminals welded
but unlike in Nissan Leaf modules, A123 cells are not glued together.