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Paragon PowerWall
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Hi, from Poland Smile



For some time I am gathering with plans to build my own powerwall, i am at the stage of collecting and segregating 18650 cells:












Plans are to build 4 sets of 14s48p each, the inverter I have ISolar SMV III 5kV (Easun), pv panels are c-sun 305W 9 pcs..


I also made in my free time baskets for storing segregated cells 18650







if anyone needs files for the 3D printer, to download here in my account, where i upload new projects for download Smile



- https://www.prusaprinters.org/social/466...gon/prints

- https://www.thingiverse.com/Paragon_34/designs



I will try to regularly update my project, I also count on comments and error if I do something wrong, off grid installations in Poland are not very popular Smile, that's why not much is happening in Polish forums on this topic...
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Your images didn't come through. Please don't use links to post images but store them locally on the forum. That way we aren't reliant on 3rd party hosting services.
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(05-11-2020, 12:51 PM)Korishan Wrote: Your images didn't come through. Please don't use links to post images but store them locally on the forum. That way we aren't reliant on 3rd party hosting services.

thanks I have corrected the inserted photos, I hope it's ok Smile
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Looks good, you must have a pretty big 3d printer to fit that many cells. May I suggest offset rows for denser packing of cells? Here's my storage solution (I have a very small 3d printer, so the biggest I can fit is 36 cells): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3904968
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(05-11-2020, 11:35 PM)rev0 Wrote: Looks good, you must have a pretty big 3d printer to fit that many cells. May I suggest offset rows for denser packing of cells? Here's my storage solution (I have a very small 3d printer, so the biggest I can fit is 36 cells): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3904968

Thanks, your project looks very good too, mine is a bit heavy, but I wanted to squeeze at least 100 cells Big Grin, currently I have also made 14 baskets for 48 pcs of cell so that it would be easier for me to sort cells into the project (14s48p):





my printer is Tevo Black Widow print area 250x350 (mm)
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#6
There is already a 16-cell charger, plus a 16-cell section for charging such cells whose voltage has dropped below 2V

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#7
next harvest Smile

 

of interesting things, at least for me I found cells 17670:

 

and such midgets Smile

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