I give you the list of components that each PCB has in case someone decides on PCBs without soldering.
For the CADE board:
1 INA 3221
3 TP4056 CHARGERS
3 RESISTOR 10W 3.9R
1 DC3 10P CONNECTOR
4 2EDG CONNECTORS
For HUB8 board:
9 DC3 10P...
The assembled CADE PCB costs € 24.99 + tax.
The assembled HUB8 PCB costs € 24.99 + tax.
The assembled EVAL PCB costs € 25.99 + tax.
PCBs without components cost € 7 + tax each. The components are purchased by each user and mounted on the PCB.
The cell size is solved by changing the holder for a tweezers.
If I know that it is now prepared for 18650 cells, which is really what we needed, although we were considering changing the TP4056. But we also have little time to develop further.
Thanks for the support
Thanks for the support.
There isn't. Since in this way the system is much more complicated. In addition to lengthening the processing time, since some cells would have to be unloading and others loading.
If I am thinking of putting a battery. Or else, make 2 EVALs, one connected to the other...
The 96-cell EVAL is composed of:
32 CADE PCB, each board allows to connect 3 batteries. 32x3 = 96
4 HUB8 PCB
1 EVAL PCB where the esp8266 is
The good thing about the system that you can connect 1 CADE or all 32 CADES. This is designed so that each one can mount the ones they need.
Of course you can evaluate the type of cells, you just have to change the holder. We have put the 18650 holder, since we only have 18650. The initial idea was to put a needle probe, but that meant spending more time creating an iron structure, and we value not investing that time at least for...
I have put two power supplies, one of 80A and another of 40A that add up to 120A. The maximum consumption is 96A for the chargers, plus all the electronics. The total consumption goes to about 99A when all the chargers start up. As I said I have put a total of 120A, so that it is left over and...
Hello HoleRaven, at the moment it is in beta version (test), as soon as we have about 5,000 batteries evaluated and we do different tests to verify that the mAh are correct, we will study how to do the sales process, is that okay? Think that we do not want to sell anything that can cause...