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Old 02-07-2020, 10:35 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Battery Hookup continues to add different products. If you haven't checked them out in a while I'd suggest it. They have quite a good selection right now.

Their newest item is Model 3 cells.


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Old 02-11-2020, 03:58 PM   #42 (permalink)
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That is a sweet deal.

Wish it was obtainable over here.
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Just got in a batch of BH modem batteries. 4 hours of stripping and prepping last night and I'm into testing. I don't remember exactly but I think I only had 3(?) that arrived with 0.00V.
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For 2170 cells, what kind of tap welder would you recommend? Assuming that's the route you'd take. I've looked at various DIY welder builds.
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Me personally I'm going solderless/no spot welding so I'm not sure on any recommendations.
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Just press/contacts? I wasn't aware you could do that with high current applications.
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We shall see. *evil laugh*
Nah my cells are only 5CA/3.75CA. Also, the controller says 35A max. So it will probably peak to start the motor and then taper off lower.
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Just press/contacts? I wasn't aware you could do that with high current applications.
They will weld themselves if there are loose ones
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The goal here is to have a battery pack that can be easily disassembled to be worked on. A lot of people complain about having a hard time servicing 18650 packs to find a dead cell when they are all welded together.

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