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I have 48 New 100ah HiPower Lithium Iron Phosphate Cells left over from a project. I paid over $125 each for these and would like to sell them for $90 ea minimum 4 cells. I will ship same or nxt day via USPS Priority Mail for $5 each per cell, and will take returns up to 10 weeks after, as long as the cells are not abused:

(overcharged : above 3.65v- more than .5c rate or over discharged: below 2.5v or more than 3c continuous) or left outside for large dogs to chew upon.

I have a few 25a or 2a 36v and 48v balancing chargers if anyone is interested.
I am willing to ship COD if desired

oh I have some 26650's too 2200ma 5c continous 14c burst

Teresa

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Sent you email... I could take all 48. Let me know.. thnx


I have 48 New 100ah HiPower Lithium Iron Phosphate Cells left over from a project. I paid over $125 each for these and would like to sell them for $90 ea minimum 4 cells. I will ship same or nxt day via USPS Priority Mail for $5 each per cell, and will take returns up to 10 weeks after, as long as the cells are not abused:

(overcharged : above 3.65v- more than .5c rate or over discharged: below 2.5v or more than 3c continuous) or left outside for large dogs to chew upon.

I have a few 25a or 2a 36v and 48v balancing chargers if anyone is interested.
I am willing to ship COD if desired

oh I have some 26650's too 2200ma 5c continous 14c burst

Teresa

[email protected]
 

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Could you call me at 323-620-4575? you can ask any questions if you like....

Do you have a BMS or charging method to manage the batts?

Teresa:)

If you are in the Los Angeles area, you can come pick them up, or I can send them Priority mail in medium flat rate boxes (2 each @$10.65) so it would cost about $240 for all 48 or you can specify another way...
 

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Yes, you are right, I checked, and even though the LiFePO4 is much safer
than its cousins, it still gets the bad rap.
 

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Texas Cotton how many do you need?.
I'll also try to post pics and specs of those
chargers when I get time...36 or 48v
25a or 2a with pigtails that connect to
the pack with a multipin connector.

13 wires for the 36v and 17 for the 48v
that shunts off excess juice above 3.68
from each cell

The main thing is to prebalance the pack
so they are close before using the bms of your
choice.

Does anybody have a favorite bms system for say 72v
and up 100-200ah LiFe packs?
 

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OK, well just keep me posted, by the end of this week they should be
all spoken for, so let me know as soon as you can...:cool:
 

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I have 48 New 100ah HiPower Lithium Iron Phosphate Cells left over from a project. I paid over $125 each for these and would like to sell them for $90 ea minimum 4 cells. I will ship same or nxt day via USPS Priority Mail for $5 each per cell, and will take returns up to 10 weeks after, as long as the cells are not abused:

(overcharged : above 3.65v- more than .5c rate or over discharged: below 2.5v or more than 3c continuous) or left outside for large dogs to chew upon.

I have a few 25a or 2a 36v and 48v balancing chargers if anyone is interested.
I am willing to ship COD if desired

oh I have some 26650's too 2200ma 5c continous 14c burst

Teresa

[email protected]
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I have 26 left and one 25a 48v Balancing Charger (16) cells with a multipin connector ( $380 ) made specifically for the 100ah LiFePO4 cells.

I have someone in the Netherlands interested in 24 but first come first serve.

Shipping costs are $6/cell $25 for the charger 3-4 days deliver time aprox
 

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Ooph!
As a 16 year old, money is always tight; I have a few hundred now will be getting about $1,000 soon, and after that will have roughly $100/week. Would it be possible to make a deposit then pay the rest over time prior to shipment?
 

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Yes, you are correct, normally they would be sent UPS after packaged by an authorized packing and crating company.
 

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It seems like you have experience with shipping LiFePO4 cells.

Please be specific on how you would like us to ship you batteries if you are a customer, or if not...

how you do so, that we could all be properly informed.

When we received these goods they were part of a container load from China,
so we had to pick them up at a warehouse and pay duties and fees.

How do you receive your goods, and could you suggest a customs broker?
Who is the manufacturer of your cells if you don't mind sharing your sources

I believe (not sure) that the information around the importing of goods, especially from China, is public knowledge, but if you don't want to reveal proprietary info, that's understandable.
 
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