At the moment I am not putting together packs. These cells are for people who want to build their own packs. I believe the max continuous discharge is 70 amps according to the specsHaste wrote:could you help me put together a pack? I want a 48v pack...do these handle 25-30 amps fine?
I only have 3s pcbs attached to the packs no 4s.methods wrote:If you have those little BMS boards in 4S I am looking for 20 or so
That's per cell.sangesf wrote:So is that $6.50 a cell or $6.50 per 3Cell pack?
Yes you'll need 48 cells. The pcb just does hvc and lvc plus a temp cable. I have not checked the specs of the pcb but that's what I've noticed with my icharger. Also I believe 9 amps is the discharge limit on the pcb. So if you actually connect them in parallel you will get 36 amps top whoch would not require u to do any modification to the packssangesf wrote:So, if I wanted to make a 12s/36v (4-3s in series) 4p/9.2Ah pack it would be 48 cells total?
Total of $312?
What does the PCB's do? Are they both charge and discharge cutoffs?
And if so, to what voltages?
P.S. I read the other thread and the PCB question I'm asking now, wasn't addressed in there so I figured I'd ask here..
2 packs left with pcbs and 3 without em. Total of 15cells left.TonyReynolds wrote:PM sent...
I just checked my pms there is nothing new there.sangesf wrote:Could ya respond to my PM?
Check your outbox - some times the server gets reset and things disappear.sangesf wrote:Could ya respond to my PM?
methods wrote:Check your outbox - some times the server gets reset and things disappear.sangesf wrote:Could ya respond to my PM?
If it is in your outbox - it is unread and in his inbox
If it is in your sentbox - it was read
If it is not there, it was lost