ZEVA. Ian Hooper also lives in Perth - good bit of kit but the quiescent current is higher than I'd like for small capacity packs.
I don't recommend that!
Hmm strange. I have some cells here but it would not be easy to ship them to you (no to mention expensive).
do you have 22s 4p x2 boards available for sale along with the bus bars and push nuts? if so how would one order a set.... with pricing? does the boards come with the nuts solderd on,id like to avoid soldering if i could what are "NMC" cells?...jonescg wrote: ↑Feb 28, 2018 8:16 pmTurnigy cells from Hobbyking are not the best quality cells. They are all made in the same factories, but Turnigy-branded stuff is generally not the best. They will puff under normal use - the FEP cells I've tested don't puff at all, or at least not for a long while anyway.
A123 pouch cells are okay, I haven't worked with them for a while. But it's easy enough to devise a board with nuts on the back for terminating as I did here with the large NMC cells.
Herewin have been good in the past, but I found FEP cells to be a bit more consistent. It's all a bit of a gamble, but so far I'm content with them.
The only place I use solder now is for holding the nuts on the backs of the boards.
Yep, but only for 9 mm thick cells or 8.2 mm thick cells, and all at 50 mm wide. I can put them together for you and sent them off no trouble. With or without copper buslinks?
yes i would need the bus bars too ...i haven't got the batteries yet so before i buy the boards and bars let me get the batteries..then ill place the order...whats the price for the kit $USjonescg wrote: ↑Mar 01, 2018 8:00 amYep, but only for 9 mm thick cells or 8.2 mm thick cells, and all at 50 mm wide. I can put them together for you and sent them off no trouble. With or without copper buslinks?
The NMC cells I was referring to in this thread a couple of pages back. They are a 25 Ah cell a customer brought in. We devised a PCB to suit and it came together quite nicely.