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24v packs
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Hi guys, I’m wanting to assemble 24v 18650 battery packs and solar cells just for mucking around with at this stage, but also scale up when I feel confident enough to build a 10kw battery storage to attach to my existing 3kw solar system installed when I built my home.

Questions how much should each pack be rated at, series and or parallel configuration
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24v would typically be 7s, but the capacity / parallel count and type of cells used would based on your own design requirements.
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10kwh battery would be aprox 390,000mah. Assuming an average of 2000mah / cell then 390000/2000 = 195cells per pack. 195p*7s = 1,365cells total.
You can make smaller packs / cheaper BMSs - and parallelise them. Batrium (higher end/more expensive BMS) can easily balance 195cell packs.
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