Triumph Spitfire (1973)
Thanks for linking that. I'd love to go from 10s6p to 5s12p so they can all go in series. I'm wondering if I could use BatteryHookup's busbars to make a Frankenstein's 12p busbar out of three of the pure copper 6p busbars with one in the middle as a bridge. To that idea you said "but the extra electrical connections would be undesirable.", what do you mean by that? Because that approach sounds rather accessible.
I was thinking for the 12p end plates to do the same approach: cut the discharge terminal off an end plate and bridge two of them with one of the 6p intermediate busbars.
then I'll have a clean 40s12p battery with a proper Orion 2
These busbars are for the SPIM08HP 3.7v 16ah cells. They fit 6 of the 16ah modules. These consist of 2 layers. A 1/32" layer of copper on the bottom and a 1/16" layer of steel on top. This set up is perfect for up to 300a. If you plan on drawing under 300a in your battery build these are...
These busbars are for the SPIM08HP 3.7v 16ah cells. They fit 3 of the 16ah modules. These are full copper 1/8" thick. This set up is perfect for up to 400a. These busbars also come with threaded posts and nuts so you can easily add a BMS balance lead with a ring terminal. One use can be to...