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Old 02-15-2022, 11:49 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Piotrsko View Post
If your pack is anything like my pack, every module has two thermocouples every couple sets of cells, and a couple in the cooling string at exit and entrance. Not suprised they report that many PID since you have that many Bms modules.

There are PIDs for every module, average, min, max, ALT average, ALT min, ALT max. These are duplicated (C or F)

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you don't charge until you get to 70 degrees so my question is moot.
100% of my charging so far has been below 70 degrees. You asked for data charging below 40F. There are no temperatures below 40F in the 10 day forecast.

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It also looks like they are using poorer quality cells since your voltage differences are what mine are when it's time to replace
I haven't measured cell voltage yet.
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