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Old 05-02-2021, 08:59 PM   #11
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Default Re: Eve 105aH cells for RXV

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I believe Eve either owns or is under the same umbrella as Roypow, so it could be a different cell or just designed for stock cart amp draw. There is also a 130 amp Lishen high discharge cell that is 6C and allows 12c for 30 seconds. It is listed in the thread on DIYSolar. The high C cells weigh more, so I donít know if it is slightly different chemistry or if they have internal strength. The Fortune cells at electric car parts also list 6C I believe and designed for EV
Typically they use more robust conductors internal to the cells, and for the intercell connectors. This weighs more than less robust cells, and costs more to manufacture.
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Old 05-03-2021, 08:05 AM   #12
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Old 05-03-2021, 10:07 AM   #13
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Default Re: Eve 105aH cells for RXV

Most of your high current pull is hard acceleration from a dead stop. Unless you live near steep hills or pull a trailer or run the cart very slowly for extended times.

I've yet to see a lithium cell that couldn't pull 8C for 3 seconds. The continuous discharge will be much different than the 5 min rate and that will be much different than the 5 second rate. Some companies will show other rates, like 3 seconds, 1 second, etc. So it's important to see what the time duration is for the advertised discharge rate.

On my own cart I haven't seen any current draw at or over 280 amps for more than a second under normal use. Every cart is different though.

FWIW, the "normal use" I referenced, for me, is full acceleration/full speed but still being used on flat pavement. Your mileage may vary.
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