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Re: [EVDL] Winter & EVs

Roland-

Thanks for the reply; I've got some questions/notes inline:

Roland Wiench wrote:
> Hello Hunter,
>
> You will still have to insulated them, because the minimum temperature they
> can withstand is -4 F.
Wow, that's much warmer than I thought I'd read. The phrase I remember
was "work at all human-tolerable temperatures" and something about them
freezing at like -50C but I can't find the posting now...

> These were only 10 ah cells at the time and good for about 500 cycles.
The ones I had looked at were bb600's I think rated at 34ah. Also, 500
cycles seems real short...I've seen people claiming 30-40 years of
continuous usage. Is there some big difference to these bb600 (a
military spec, iirc) cells vs. the ones you used to service?

Thanks

Hunter.


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