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Home PowerDrive V2 - Germany ** 33+ kWh ** Big Power ++
#41
I have 3 Different UPS's and they all have floating Neutrals (120V versions) So they cannot be neutral bonded to ground as far as I know. So I decided to go to a inverter Charger unit (pip 2424-HS) Works a treat now
******Hi My name is Jason and I have SOCD (Solar Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)*******
Current Powerwall - 1400 Cells 7s200p (modular 40p packs) ~ 12kWh of storage     4x 315W Canadian Solar Panels

Working on the next 7s40p packs     ~2.5kWh

Waiting on 2000 Cells of unused Sony vt4 (2000mah 30A) ~ 15kWh      hehehehehe  More Power
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#42
I have the PIP working again. Error 09 is fixed.
Have all IGBT and MOSFET and ESD diodes changed and a few more components.

More information can be found at http://forums.aeva.asn.au/viewtopic.php?f=64&t=6007

There have also more photos to the components and repair.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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#43
21700 Cell batteries are being tested.



Let's see what they can do.









For the opus, I first had to design an adapter.

Is ok as the first version but will work on an improved version.
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#44
Nice Power 21700 Cell
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#45
Today the new power lines are finished 25mm² and 35mm².
Unfortunately only 35mm² fit in the 125A DC fuses.
Would have preferred 50mm² but 35mm² are absolutely sufficient on the spot.

The whole thing is expanded with a copper distributor rail to 10x5mm which is designed for 230A
and to the batteries there are 2x35mm² or 1x50mm² via the 160A breaker.

 















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#46
Nice build. Thanks for sharing. But what is/are "kW/h" ?
Kilowatt per hour? Never heard of such unit.

Kilowatt per hour acutally describes (in a strange way) power.

If you want to express energy (capacity) you need to use Ws or kWh (Wattesconds or kilowatthours).
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