Thanks, it's not over yet, the remaining photovoltaic server room will take another month for sureBeautiful work!
Thanks to exactly 5040 pcs of 18650 cells, about 40kWh of capacity, all exchange without any problems, the weight is not directed downwards, only vertically and horizontally and is also distributed on baskets and on the wall..Looking very nice. Around 3000cells, max 5000?
Do the 3d printed wedges/sleds have any function beside keeping the correct spacing?
Can you pull out any cell pack, or is there too much weight from the packs above?
thanks, that's exactly a lot of fun and satisfactionNice looking setup. And its so much fun to get things operational. Congratulations!
Do you have plans to expand or will you just enjoy this setup for a while?
Thank you very much for the kind word, it gives 100% satisfaction, greetings from PolandOne of the best builds around buddy - well done!
Thanks , for two months the system has been working very well, it has exceeded my expectations, thanks again and best regards from PolandWow Paragon, congrats for the lovely job you did
Love the holders and all the details you looked after during constructions, very very nice result! Did I already say wow? and Wow! LOL
Thanks to the printer is an antique , Tevo Black WidowLooks good, you must have a pretty big 3d printer to fit that many cells. dickssportinggoods feedback www.lowes.com survey
Thanks, this is just my concept for the construction of this system, as for the fuses each slot protects exactly 840 slotsEpic setup!!
Why you dont use the original battery holder pole/pin to make serries connection?
I see you use 'fuse' to make serries betwen them and solder it at the top of steel connector. May i know the reason?