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    Senior Member Ted Dillard's Avatar
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    Ah, your Google Skills are weak, grasshopper.

    I'd start here: https://www.powerfuse.com/fuses/

    I believe in most cases you can then search the part numbers for possible cheaper suppliers.

    Or this: http://www.evwest.com/catalog/index.php?cPath=2_38

    They list the mfr part number too, if you need to find a supplier that's more local to you.
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    Haha
    thanks Ted.
    Its more trying to find them in either germany or eu so i do not pay horrendous shipping and import tax.
    thanks

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    LOL got that. I generally go to eBay first with the mfr number - I think that's specific to your locale, right?
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    I can ship internationally if you need help. I may have some on hand.

    Remind me the motor and controller you're using? And battery voltage and max battery current you wish to use?
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    Hi
    Santa´s been early this year
    Got my Lipos yesturday..
    37 Kg of lipos well packed and undamaged - even skipped customs lucky strike i guess
    So now i need time to cycle and IR test them ... will take up some time...
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    Santas Return

    Hi
    Seems like i have been a good boy this year.
    Santa came back once more and brought me a contactor and Switch.
    Very nice units i must admit.. Switch fully waterproof - nice
    If i `d onlhad more time at hand..
    Well lipos cycling in the basement anyway...

    greets

    flo

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    Been a while

    Happy new year everybody.
    After 32 Days of cycling and testing and retesting the weakest cells here is the outcome
    Best 1 mOhm worst cell 5 mOhm
    Best 26,7 AH worst 22,3 Ah between 4,12 and 3,35 V
    2 cells soft
    2 cells show some iregulation on the layers right beneath the outer aluminium packing... definetly not use them
    2 cells got tabs weldet on ? so definetly not new even if unused... but they are strong so i only have to figure out how to adjust connectors...

    While cells idling on the linup of 4 chargers/dischargers.. i used the time to do some things non ev related..
    Like milling a new mould for a new plane i designed...
    and
    build a nice christmas present for my love..
    enjoy:
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    Don`t know why the manage attchment sometimes rotates the pics 90 deg to the left... on my cam and pc they are upright ??

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    Bus bars

    Hi,
    while still waiting on screws washers and lock-nuts to arrive i had some time on hand to plan the bus bars a little more in detail.

    Lower layer (yellow) is a fiber glass to isolate the bars from the cells. On top of it i will attache the first aluminum piece of 3mm thickness (glue), the tabs will get stuck through and folded towards the holes. Of course tabs need to get the holes drilled/punched/milled too. Upper Aluminum will press everything down.
    Parts shown will differe in reality this is just visualisation..mainly the FG-plate will be single plate housing all bus bars and spacers...


    The question remaining is wether the left solution will suffice or playing save and go for more screws and thus the solution pictured to the right.
    Might not look to much difference but in reality the right uses like another 22 more holes to mill/ drill in all sets of 3 parts (66 holes) and same amount of nuts and bolts.
    I am going to use M3 screws/nuts and the parts shown are 5 by 6 cm only.. (2 inches by two and a bit )

    Any thoughts on this?
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