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specs of these blue 38120 cells?
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Curiosity got the best of me and I picked up these 38120 cells off Craigslist (attached below). The seller said these were pulled from a electric forklift. I googled what I thought was the model number (a38120lie17) to get the specs, but got no results. Anyone happen to know the specs of these cells (namely rated capacity, continuous & max/burst discharging rate, charging rate and operating temperatures)??

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#2
on ebay they selling a set of 38120L ( 3.2v 10AH 38120L ORIGINAL LIFEPO4 BATTER high quality Good Condition) that looks like those (the positive end looks similar) these are the specs on those. All the other 38120 I see have ends that are threaded.


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#3
Thanks! Any idea how to remove the welding strips? There some low and dead cells in other packs and want to replace them
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#4
Flush cutters are the best way. Don't use a dremel or sandpaper or you'll remove the protective layer of silver on the cell.
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Thanks again! Last question - can I use a basic spot welder (like this: https://www.amazon.com/Mophorn-Battery-S...B07MZP2BK6) to re-weld this pack? If not, what minimum specs in a spot welder should I be looking for to spot weld bigger, higher current cells like the 38120L (I'll also be using it for spot welding 18650 battery packs too)??
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