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Would anyone out there be interested in Saft MR or MRE 100 batteries
at $500-$600 per block? I know they are expensive but I may be able
to get brand new ones manufactured at this price. I thought I would
see if there is any interest level.

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Are these STM 5-100 MRE?
6V 100Ah Flooded Ni-Cd cells?
These appear to have been used in Renault Clio electric,
probably in other cars as well.

Though the price of $1 per Wh is excessive.
I think Li-Ion will beat that price already, so I wonder
who would want to buy these at this price.
I may be mistaken, we'll see the responses from others.
Regards,

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Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007 5:52 PM
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Subject: [EVDL] New Saft MR/E 100 Anyone?

Would anyone out there be interested in Saft MR or MRE 100 batteries at $500-$600 per block? I know they are expensive but I may be able to get brand new ones manufactured at this price. I thought I would see if there is any interest level.

Mark


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Yes. and that may be true but if there is a large purchase at a much
lower price then it may make sense to some. This is the same pack I
have in my think and they are available without the cooling. You can
drive them down to 0 and many of these have been going for 15 years
plus.
Cor van de Water wrote:

> Are these STM 5-100 MRE?
> 6V 100Ah Flooded Ni-Cd cells?
> These appear to have been used in Renault Clio electric,
> probably in other cars as well.
>
> Though the price of $1 per Wh is excessive.
> I think Li-Ion will beat that price already, so I wonder
> who would want to buy these at this price.
> I may be mistaken, we'll see the responses from others.
> Regards,
>
> Cor van de Water
> Systems Architect
> Proxim Wireless Corporation http://www.proxim.com
> Email: [email protected] Private: http://www.cvandewater.com
> Skype: cor_van_de_water IM: [email protected]
> Tel: +1 408 542 5225 VoIP: +31 20 3987567 FWD# 25925
> Fax: +1 408 731 3675 eFAX: +31-87-784-1130
> Second Life: www.secondlife.com/?u=3b42cb3f4ae249319edb487991c30acb
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
> On Behalf Of Mark Dutko
> Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007 5:52 PM
> To: Electric Vehicle Discussion List
> Subject: [EVDL] New Saft MR/E 100 Anyone?
>
> Would anyone out there be interested in Saft MR or MRE 100
> batteries at $500-$600 per block? I know they are expensive but I
> may be able to get brand new ones manufactured at this price. I
> thought I would see if there is any interest level.
>
> Mark
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2007/10/6, Cor van de Water <[email protected]>:
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> Are these STM 5-100 MRE?
> 6V 100Ah Flooded Ni-Cd cells?
> These appear to have been used in Renault Clio electric,
> probably in other cars as well.



All french evs: peugeot Citroen
The Think used them too

Though the price of $1 per Wh is excessive.
> I think Li-Ion will beat that price already, so I wonder
> who would want to buy these at this price.
> I may be mistaken, we'll see the responses from others.
> Regards,
>
> Cor van de Water


Maybe because these, if well serviced, last >really< for more than 1500
cycles and +10 years without loosing too much of capacity :^)

Philippe
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