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Newone from France
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Hi everyone!!


Great to be here with all of you. 

I'm from france an with more precision from Toulouse. 


I have started some month ago to collect a lot of laptop battery in a way to make a diy powerwall. It's a long long job and not easy... 

some days you a lucky and some not!!!  

I 'm fascinated by this... it's a dream to produce an stock energy by yourself since i was a little curious kid Big Grin

And finally with 18650 this dream can be real!!! 

I have not a 1 project but many many with those batteries. 

See you ...


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#2
Welcome... Looks like the battery bug has caught you. Enjoy!
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#3
Welcome. Looks like a good collection. Love those Dell packs. Easy to open, and often great cells inside them. Lenovo packs - like those are easy to open, but often contain Sanyo 'heaters'.
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(11-26-2018, 12:59 PM)newone972 Wrote: Hi everyone!!


Great to be here with all of you. 

I'm from france an with more precision from Toulouse. 


I have started some month ago to collect a lot of laptop battery in a way to make a diy powerwall. It's a long long job and not easy... 

some days you a lucky and some not!!!  

I 'm fascinated by this... it's a dream to produce an stock energy by yourself since i was a little curious kid Big Grin

And finally with 18650 this dream can be real!!! 

I have not a 1 project but many many with those batteries. 

See you ...


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#5
Welcome! That's a good collection, man. Nice
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#6
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#7
Hi and welcome to the forum.
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UK Southwest.

7 kWp Solar Panels (28 x 250Wp Shinetime Mono).
14 X APS YC500i Micro Inverters.
28 X 40P 18650 cell packs/modules configured as 14S 80P.
Sofar Mass Energy ME3000SP AC coupled charger/inverter.
Still sourcing and processing cells for powerwall.
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