Mitsubishi EV Interest Group
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- Real Name: Mark Hetherington
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I can't find the 78Ah model you refer to, but those dimensions seem ideal, and 78Ah would be a good step up without wasting too much if the BMS only recognises 60ah.
You are right, everything doesn't seem to be on their website but they have it ! It is made by LiYuan.
And what do you think of that https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/ ... abb1m2ubNA
No. Items Specifications 1 Nominal Voltage 3.7V 2 Nominal Capacity 72Ah 3 Standard Charge Current 0.2C 4 Max. Charge Current 1C 5 Continuous Discharge Current 2C 6 Peak Discharge Current 4C 7 Charge Cut-off Voltage 4.2V 8 Discharge Cut-off Voltage 2.75V 9 Inner Resistance 0.5mΩ-1mΩ 10 Weight 1.25kg 11 Dimension Length: 91mm Width: 149mm Thickness: 38mm 12 Operating Temperature Charging: 0°C ~ 45°C Discharging: -20°C ~ 55°C 13 Storage Temperature optimal store temperature of 23 ± 5°C for long term storage 14 Life Cycle >2500 times[ Edited Coulomb: formatting for readability ]
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- Real Name: Chris Jones
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That should only matter for the ones sitting right-way-up in the middle of the battery pack. All others are normally on their sides, but these can be made to work standing upright.
AEVA National Secretary, WA branch chair.