(7)No problem. :) I did just update the EV page on the site: http://www.wolftronix.com/EV.htm It was a few months behind. Peruse if you have some time to kill. ;)
(27)Hello Don, I never said anything about load testing cells much less at 2 volts. I said deplete the cell to 2.5 volts and then watch the voltage. If it
(3)Ah! good point. How is $2000 for the pair?
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(7)That is a good idea... You might also need an inverter, if your laptop is like mine and only has a 5 min battery life. ;) Also, I think you might be the only
(7)From: "email@example.com [solectria_ev]" Date: 13 Jun 2015 17:40:17 -0700 There is some clear tubing that ties onto the top vent
(8)From: http://www.engadget.com/2015/05/01/tesla-powerwall-battery/ "The device will also be available via distributors, with the 10kWh version offered to
(3)Yup! Any voltage between 48 and 480V (550V max). And to calculate the current at that voltage: 9600W / voltage = current. Thus: 9600W / 144V = 66A 9600W / 156V
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