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#71
I am a little worried about your single cell testing.
can you give me some details, please.
that was question nbr 1

your cell fusing? would it not been better to use glass fusses?
Just reading your whole project, i am on page 3 now

I am not here to bore you to the ground, i am sure you are familiar with this dutch saying

with best regards, igor, pm me if you want in dutch
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#72
(08-31-2019, 06:42 PM)100kwh-hunter Wrote: I am a little worried about your single cell testing.
can you give me some details, please.
that was question nbr 1

your cell fusing? would it not been better to use glass fusses?
Just reading your whole project, i am on page 3 now

I am not here to bore you to the ground, i am sure you are familiar with this dutch saying

with best regards, igor, pm me if you want in dutch


I sent you pm .

Thx for the advice by forehand
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#73
I started testing my prismatic cells.

I have lots of them and it seems worth the effort to use them



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#74
Upgraded the prismatic cell charging setup so that I can charge six batteries at a time

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#75
Looking good!
But is it me or are some of those cells bulging?

Haastige spoed is zelden goed
First learn how to walk then run

I mean, you must test those cells 50% of there original capacity at minimum.
How much can your charger handle?

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#76
Its been a while but still following on the backgeound. I like the idea of modularity and in that philosophy i designed a pcb to hold 4 18650 cells with a clip holder and also equiped it with a glass fuse per cell.

I ordered some prototypes in china and the rest of the components with uncle Ali.

My mother in law soldered it together and yesterday i put it through some testing.

No excessive heat development was noted.

If people are interested in the native pcb files, shout ?
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#77
(02-27-2020, 06:45 AM)Ivo Staelen Wrote: My mother in law soldered it together and yesterday i put it through some testing.
lucky you !
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