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My power battery

How do you store and manage your electricity?
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LiFePO4 battery I am now making and using...
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OK jaja, how about some prices, capacities, and technical details.

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home made batteries... the same person posted at diyforum.

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It seems strange to post up 'here is the battery that jaja built' for no apparent reason. I expect he wants to sell them but is going to play hard to get. Image

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Hmm...   ...I maybe new to this forum, but I've seen things like this on all sorts of automotive forums...

Most people don't trust posts like this...

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You'd have to be nuts to trust people like this. I think it's a good idea to allow people to make known their products, without marketing, and allow members to discuss them. But jaja here is not off to a good start.
htial wrote: Most people don't trust posts like this...


The locals will flame down any dodgey ones Image
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Andrew wrote:The locals will flame down any dodgey ones Image
*grabs pitch fork and torch* Image

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Johny wrote: OK jaja, how about some prices, capacities, and technical details.

24V 10AH; 24V 15AH; 24V 20AH;
36V 10AH; 36V 15AH; 36V 20AH; 36V 30AH;
48V 10AH; 48V 15AH; 48V 20AH; 48V 30AH;48V 40AH...

These are nomal size...
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That's capacities - now all we need is prices and technical data.
Drip, drip, drip... (sound of jaja drip feeding information).
Any relation to the Binx famiily?

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So the short answer is NO but the long answer is YES.
Help prevent road rage - get outta my way!

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Oh dear - bye jaja.

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Post by Andrew »

Thanks for pointing that out Richo. I don't think we want to have anything to do with this jaja guy, he is just wasting everyone's time.

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