SOLD: EM3EV 52v 15Ah rectangle pack

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SOLD: EM3EV 52v 15Ah rectangle pack

Post by mdubyas » Feb 07 2018 10:26pm

Specs: 14S5P
Capacity: 15Ah
Cells: Samsung 30Q
BMS: ~40A continuous
dimensions: 9.8 x 5.7 x 3.2

I received this pack 6/30/17. This was purchased for a luna cargo bike build. After I finished the build and rode it a few times I decided I was unhappy with the bike. I stripped the bike and moved the parts over to a mtb setup. This pack will not fit my current bike without a rack or backpack so I stopped using it and went with a smaller 48V battery I have.

This pack has around 20 hours of use. The battery has been stored indoors at about a 70% charge for the last several months. I occasionally fully charge it then discharge back to 70%. The case has nicks and scratches on it from installing/removing it from the luna battery box.

Local pickup is preferred (LI, NY around Nassau Coliseum) as I assume shipping a battery this size is a headache. I will ship, if possible, I think UPS ground may do it, at buyers expense.

Asking $525 for battery and EM3EV 5A charger (90/100 switch).
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Re: SOLD: EM3EV 52v 15Ah rectangle pack

Post by 999zip999 » Feb 12 2018 9:18am

I've always had good results with Paul at em3ev I think in his heart he makes quality yes a e bike manufacturer with a heart. Good luck.
Oh no without saying Justin has always done me well at ebikes.ca. whoops also Vald Power velocity.com. and a half dozen others to be mention later

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Re: SOLD: EM3EV 52v 15Ah rectangle pack

Post by 999zip999 » Feb 12 2018 10:41am

That's a beautiful battery I have been looking for battery of 72 volts so my options are very limited I would love to know how well this battery worked after it changed hands . As I believe a well-built battery will last for 5 years 1,000 charges or more just my brain having a question

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