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RLS7201

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Hope this works.

Li-S Batteries.

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Hi,

Thanks for the informative link!


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RLS7201 wrote:

Hope this works.

Li-S Batteries.

Richard


here is the solution already ready. I am just hoping eventualy you will be able to get a smaller one but if you have the money or want to finance it for 99 bucks a month, they ship out within the next 4 to 5 months.

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StirCrazy wrote:

RLS7201 wrote:

Hope this works.

Li-S Batteries.

Richard


here is the solution already ready. I am just hoping eventualy you will be able to get a smaller one but if you have the money or want to finance it for 99 bucks a month, they ship out within the next 4 to 5 months.

Solid state


$20K - to $70K per unit - where do I sign up? Preorder only.... so not ready yet.. OK.

I'm surprised this is still Lithium. There are other materials that are not here yet, but also not Lithium that sound more promising. And shouldn't be $70K...

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RLS7201 wrote:

Hope this works.

Li-S Batteries.

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Here is a company in WA making Li-Silicon batteries:

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Reading the linked article I see a few red flags. but.. Sometimes those flags go away after more research..

1: It is working far better than they expected
2: They do not know why.. (BIG FLAG).

They need to know what they did right.


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Thermoguy wrote:

StirCrazy wrote:

RLS7201 wrote:

Hope this works.

Li-S Batteries.

Richard


here is the solution already ready. I am just hoping eventualy you will be able to get a smaller one but if you have the money or want to finance it for 99 bucks a month, they ship out within the next 4 to 5 months.

Solid state


$20K - to $70K per unit - where do I sign up? Preorder only.... so not ready yet.. OK.

I'm surprised this is still Lithium. There are other materials that are not here yet, but also not Lithium that sound more promising. And shouldn't be $70K...


ya it is and isn't it has Li in it but it is a solid state battery. 11000 cycles at full discharge unimited shallow discharge, life time warenty, operates between -40C and 55C ( even PT would be able to use this one) no risk of thermal runnaway (even though normal LiFePO4 is very stable also) and you can finance for 99 per month for basicly a 1000AH battery. ya I agree a bit pricy but probably because there one of the first to market with this big of a solid state. also don't forget this is a 48v unit so not realy practical unless you use some fancy equipment... it is preorder but like I said it will be ready to ship first quarter next year so 1.5 to 5 months. with more compition I would expect this to drop down to about 1/2 that price. the exciting thing is this kind of battery wasnt expected to be on the market for another 5 to 10 years at this kind of capacity. like LiFeP04 I do expect prices to drop fairly quickly battle born was 2000 for a 100ah battery when it fitst came out now we see that range between 3-500 bucks once others jumped into the game.

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