I have a stealth fighter that I need a battery pack for. The opening is 120mm x 380 mm. I would like to have a 14s battery. I think a battery laid out in a hex pattern that is 14s8p would fit in the opening but the battery would physically have to be rows of 18 and columns of 6 with a last column of 4 for a total of 112 cells.
Alternatively, a 14s9p pack laid out in a rectangular pattern might fit in the opening, as the battery cavity is larger than the opening. This battery could be laid out in rows of 21 and columns of 6. The cell groups could be laid out so the positive is at one end, then it could travel along the top half of the battery, then back along the bottom half of the battery, so the positive and the negative are at one end.
I know a picture would explain this much better. Any thoughts?
HI, I came up with this drawing. Do you have enough cells to build it?(126) Can you do it? could you tell me how big it would be before you build it? I am most interested in the width (across the 6 1/2 cells) as that is where it would be tight. It would be 14s9p.
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