sutty86 wrote: ↑
Apr 15, 2018 7:35 pm
Very kind of you thank you,
Here I was ,thinking I was going to get flamed.
What would I use the wood for ,to support the battery.
Again wow will print off photo immediately
Wood is to protect the battery pack from shorting out due to a crash, or something puncturing through just a duct tape wrap. I've used a plastic ammo can and made sure the battery would not move around inside. I have also used 3/8" plywood and secured it to make it look like a pannier bag on the rear rack.
You arrange each parallel segment that you soldered up, into the configuration I posted, that is what the Digital Multimeter is for, or if you can see the wrap with pos & neg markings, or if theres a button on one side and you know what polarity that is.
edit - I did make one mistake. The light blue at the ends, should be in the middle, in between each can. Perhaps it'd be one more series wire. I will bring up the old pic and post it. Saves heating up the battery can and potentially damaging it.