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Unread 06-26-2019, 07:34 AM   #31
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Default Re: Let's see your lithium boxes!

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Do the Gen 1 Leaf Modules need any spacers or washers between each module?
Also, what ambient temps are okay for these batteries in the cart? They will be cruising around and be parked in 100 degree heat sometimes. Wont get much cold time though. Thanks!
Not 100% sure, but I don't believe it is necessary to have spacers between each module. My pack does not, however I have Gen 2 modules. I will say that the stock spacers with the studs on top, make for a nice way to fabricate a cover over the pack.

Here is a link to a specific post on a thread to answer your question on temperature: 48volt club car limthium battery exploded The post is from Sergio, he knows his stuff on all of this lithium!

If you have not already, it would be a good thread to read through anyway. There is a lot of good information shared on it.
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Unread 06-26-2019, 07:40 AM   #32
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It depends on the generation of the Leaf module, if there is a recessed shape for the spacer then it is absolutely necessary.

The Leaf modules are designed to be tight around the corners and the enclosure shape works like a "spring washer" to keep the designed pressure on the pouches.

Removing the spacers would allow for too much compression on the module corners and that would affect the design specification for module.

Notice the difference between the modules below and how the corners are recessed on the bottom one.

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Unread 06-26-2019, 09:38 AM   #33
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Thanks! I thought they needed them. I had to use two washers combined for each of the four holes for two of the modules. The rest have the factory ones. Plus, I have them on each end plate. I have posted pictures on this forum before but I sure can't figure it out now. I have attached links to the items I am using. I hope they work.

https://www.google.com/search?q=leaf...LANEvN6L_HkKM:



https://www.google.com/search?q=leaf...anUJaDxpqWC2M:
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