Not really, no. You can start a fire with a 1.5v AA battery. It's all about instantaneous amps delivered (and killing a person only requires about 100 milliamps under the right conditions).So the capacity (Ah) of the pack plays a part to an electric shock ! right ?
Good to know. I have been wondering about this as well. I am building modules for a battery pack. Each module is around 40 volts. There are 10 of them. Total system voltage is around 386 and amperage is around 325. I am assuming that I am going to have to be really careful of that last series connection.I believe 72V and up is what must be identified as hazardous by orange sheathing/insulation in automobiles. That's getting to the voltage where enough current can be pushed through your body to cause problems.
But as previously mentioned, you can do a lot of damage with lower voltages as well, especially if you have a lot of current capacity, as with any EV battery.
I guess you are thinking of "electrocution" dangers ?Hello everybody ! I would like to ask about safety to battery packs ! Which are the limits of Voltage and Ampere that an electric vehicle battery pack becomes dangerous for the human body ?