Sam Maynard wrote:
>I don't know precisely what the chemistry and construction differences are
>between Thundersky LFP's and A123, but the TS LFP cells can be safely
>floated at 4.25V per cell. Take the float regulator off and they relax down
>to about 3.85V. There is a steep voltage curve charging above about 90%
>where the cells quickly rise from about 3.3 V to 4.25V (make sure it's
>regulated or they will climb higher and be permanently damaged!), but most
>of the charge/discharge cycle is a nearly flat line between 3.2 and 3.3V,
>during which I haven't personally found the limit of how much they can
>absorb, having not hit them with more than 1C yet.
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Richard Acuti wrote:
>Amatuers like me really appreciate stuff like this. Graphs and pictures make it so much easier to comprehend. Like "Consumer Reports" for EV's.
>Um..please don't take this the wrong way but do you have any sort of business relationship with any of these companies?
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