Li-Ion 60V, 22Ah, 16s8p Samsung 29E Honeycomb Pack P
- Rated voltage: 60V Rated capacity: 22Ah (energy amount 1298Wh) Cell type: SAMSUNG INR18650-29E 2850mAh E7(blue version) Basket type: Honeycomb Cell configuration: 16s8p Maximum discharge current: 45A Maximum charge current
Li-Ion 60V, 22Ah, 16s8p Samsung 29E Honeycomb pack
Lithium ion pack. It is the main element for building a battery. After adding the matching BMS, it is ready to work.
Link to package diagram - Click here
Rated capacity: 22Ah
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Assembly and welding of the package
1. The package requires the connection of a suitable BMS. BMS for the package can be selected - here
2. Always charge with a charger designed for this type of battery. Chargers for the package can be selected - here
3. Do not overload the battery beyond the maximum current capacity
-B - MINUS of the package
BAT+ - PLUS package
BC0-BC13 - more BMS balancing wires
The order of connecting the BMS:
1. Combine the -B from the package with the -B field of the BMS
2. Connect the balancing wires of the BMS to the BC0, BC1, BC2 leads one by one....
3. Connect the +BAT from the pack to the receiver
In specific cases (depending on the BMS used) it may be required to temporarily connect the charger to activate the BMS.
Protect the battery by electrically insulating it (e.g., with reinforced insulation tape, prepreg, epoxy glass, etc.). Add to cart - Battery Building Kit.
Always fix the battery in the terminal device permanently, in a way that prevents it from loosening (mounting foam is recommended).
Wiring diagram if you have a BMS that supports a compatible number of sections with the package and a BMS that supports more sections than the package has.
Universal wiring diagrams:
The real capacity of the pack (capacity available) is always less than the rated capacity of the pack (rated capacity of the cells that comprise it). It is assumed that the finished battery based on the pack will have about 10% less real capacity than the theoretical rated capacity. This is due to a number of factors such as, a decrease in cell capacity under load, or leaving unused capacity by the BMS (discharging to the minimum cell voltage to about 2.7V) designed to extend the life of the battery pack.