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    APC UPS float voltage limit

    Hi now back on track with my project, too many distractions both work and Home life, anyway Kc8adu you seem to imply with the above statement that there are components on the main board which could get me the voltage I need if you know the unit, the unit I'm using is a SUA3000RMI does this help...
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    BMS china vs Batrium

    Stuarts Github link includes everything including the gbr files for PCB production. I've up loaded the files and placed an ordered for the PCB boards online at https://jlcpcb.com/ 20 boards worked out 30 delivered, just the parts which I believe is under 50.00, now I await in anticipation, then...
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    BMS china vs Batrium

    Thanks for everyone's input..a good selection of interesting comments . It's clear everyone has individual needs and preferences. Just for information I've also been looking at Stuart Pittaway's solution found here https://github.com/stuartpittaway/diyBMSv4 this seems to have been thoroughly...
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    Chuck's 18650 14S120P+1 UK Powerwall.

    Love the look and journey you've been on chuck, going back to the start of your build where did you source the fuses from? Are the plans for your battery bracket freely available? Is your battery wall covered in? So many questions. Thanks in advance
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    UK 48v hybrid inverter for DIY powerwall

    Is this item still for sale?
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    BMS china vs Batrium

    Thanks offthegrid and daromer, appreciate your reply's, its obvious this journey is not necessarily going to be cheap. I fully understand the risks of using such high density storage devices so its key to air on the safe side especially dealing with Balancers. Did you folk start off with a...
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    Busbar Cable choice

    Thanks every one for the useful information and insight, my journey continues.
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    BMS china vs Batrium

    Hi All another newbie question :) I see Batrium seems to be the choice of many for balancing their packs, but that does come at a price, and appears the Rolls Royce of BMS's I have recently seen a video by "DIY Solar Power withWill Prowse" This isa BMS offering from HK/China seems from the...
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    Busbar Cable choice

    Thanks Oz18650 for your input, your right in theory it doesn't matter if I user either, providing what I do use can carry the amperage. My question was brought about because to me it seems most builds use solid core in preference to multi stranded, and I wondered if there was something I was...
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    Busbar Cable choice

    Hi Folks, is anyone in the UK using 2.5mm2 T&E to create their busbars? I intend to use 3 x 2.5mm2 solid core twisted, but I'm also aware about the potential draw from each of my 14s 100p packs when built. Everyone seems to talk about using 4mm solid core, unfortunately here in the UK if I go...
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    are fuses a good idea?

    Sorry for butting in here, but since this post is talking about fuses, I'm going to use 2amp on my 18650's 14s100p cells pack. Can anyone offer advice on the best place to purchase such fuses or fuse wire, I see such a variety of sources, would be good to go to a reliable and guarantee source...
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    PowerWall Journey begins.

    Step1 ( not sure where my picture went)I'll have to upload from my laptop not my phone......watch this space :huh:
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    PowerWall Journey begins.

    Hi All In the process of building my Powerwall18650's for off/on grid usage. Currently harvested 1500 batteries will upload pictures later.
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    Hi Everyone from UK

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    Hi Everyone from UK

    Thanks for your detailed response, I have a number chargers li500, VC4S, fanflare etc, and like many others find they are all different on the measurement of IR so I invested in a 4wire tester and tested every cell with the tester. My thought is that if every cell is IR tested using the same...
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