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  1. hbpowerwall

    Batrium Improvements

    Hang it on the wall? still shows ambient
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    Hello from Rwanda

    Welcome to the community!
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    Pack Fusing / Fuse Wire / Failure

    Just finished a video after I saw this and another comment about the fuses I'll post it here soon as it uploads. All the fuses were attached well, and 4/5 fuses that didn't blow in the test were still ok. Still not sure whats going on but I hope my tinkering helps others.
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    Pack cooling

    If your battery is getting and it's not due to the outside temp, you should consider changing the design. A well designed battery won't heat (much)
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    Mobile Phone with thermal camera built in.

    Lost me at Android lol but thats a HEAP of good info, might be worth it as a shop phone still tho.. Really should learn android but I'm such an iPhone fan boi it'd probably break me lol
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    Mobile Phone with thermal camera built in.

    Someone made reference to one a few weeks back in a YT comment, can't find it again _ haven't looked at googles as I want hands on experience not a guess
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    I think I found the issue... HEATERS!

    Auto level still consumes a lot of energy across every cell bring them down not the low up (would use less energy)
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    Used Powerwall gear PICKUP ONLY BRISBANE AUSTRALIA!

    All this was dumped into the back of my van on the side of the road alongside the 'heater battery that almost burnt a shed down' All monies will be kept for a period of time to hand over to 'owner' after that I'm buying beer and porn... Bunch of cell holders 4x5 enough for another 14s80P with...
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    Safe Ambient Temperature Range for 18650 Powerwall

    Max ive seen my powershed is 42, and battery shed is 45 mid summer in Australia
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    I think I found the issue... HEATERS!

    Also If I was using an active balancer I would never see this kind of data accumulate over time. Another thing is that the first 42 cells for the past year or more are all linked so three longmons per 'battery'. Another issue is I mess with my batteries ... well used to so lots of long mons have...
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    I think I found the issue... HEATERS!

    45 and 47 are the worst, I've addressed them twice taking them from service 'fixing' them then putting them back into service and they go south again fast.. Now some things to mention - I know about the problem and check almost weekly, there isn't any noticeable heat, they have lower overall AH...
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    Mobile Phone with thermal camera built in.

    Does anyone have experience with Phones that include a thermal camera, how good are they, is the normal camera 4k? Perhaps I could grab one to use as a daily Tube fone.. TIA
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    Final Recycling

    That was my argument - there was also a sign that said lithium batteries from memory..
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    Final Recycling

    My local tip has an eWaste section, basically a 44gallon drum, I got there one day with about 4000 cells and promptly finished filling the drum, guy came over said you can't do that, I looked around for signage, law, SOMETHING that would indicate that I couldn't and there was nothing. Pointed it...
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    I think I found the issue... HEATERS!

    Batrium will happily and easily show me my balance current and at a glance you can see the good, bad and evil cells in the bunch...
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    Another step to a energy independent holiday resort

    mandatory Telsa logo.. subscribed :P
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    I think I found the issue... HEATERS!

    Yes, I would say the warning signs were ignored.. perhaps the train of thought was its just the bms doing what it should do. That's an interesting take on it..that said the longmons are easily turned down or up as needed with in the software. BMS well at least the WM4 and later all have years...
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    I think I found the issue... HEATERS!

    Video says it all - but short story - I think two cells were beside each other keeping each other warm
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