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Manufactured in Maryland
http://powerelectronics.com/power_systems/news/saft-vlv-li-ion-batteries-08=
15/?cid=3Dpet081507


Figure. Saft=92s VL12V cell is rated for a capacity of
12 Ah at 25=B0C, and up to 12,000 W/kg for a 100-ms
pulse at 2.5 V. The VL4V and VL8V are smaller cells
with smaller capacities, but have the same specific
power.

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looks pretty good in specs although the 74Wh/kg specific energy is not =

terrific (125 for A123 although 5 times smaller cells)
priced in maryland too no doubt (intended for military use is usually a =

budget warning, forget about it)
seems to be able to outperform even supercaps if only briefly. (call to =

John :) you'll need that 4wd

http://www.saftbatteries.com/120-Techno/20-10_produit.asp?paramtechnolien=
=3D20-10_lithium_system.asp&paramtechno=3DLithium+systems&Intitule_Produit=
=3DVLV

Dan

Rod Hower wrote:
> Manufactured in Maryland
> http://powerelectronics.com/power_systems/news/saft-vlv-li-ion-batteries-=
0815/?cid=3Dpet081507
>
>
> Figure. Saft=92s VL12V cell is rated for a capacity of
> 12 Ah at 25=B0C, and up to 12,000 W/kg for a 100-ms
> pulse at 2.5 V. The VL4V and VL8V are smaller cells
> with smaller capacities, but have the same specific
> power.
> =


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