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  • max_volt
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    God bless Mr Anderson and his gender-less connectors. And they are dirt cheap too.

  • calfee20
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    They already have a BMS. This is from their web page.

    "36V 2.7Ah Stackable LiGo battery module with low impedance LG MG1 cells and a crazy smart wireless enabled BMS circuit, capable of 10A continuous and 15A peak. 98 Watt-hour capacity is permissible for air travel. Dual Anderson power leads allows easy parallel connection for assembly into larger modules or for series connection to 72V. Slim profile works great on skateboards too. Limited to two pieces and ground shipping to be exempt from dangerous goods. "

    So three in parallel will give you 30 amps continuous and 45 amps peak. The web page is here. http://www.ebikes.ca/shop/electric-b...62-7-ligo.html

  • Rider
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    I just love how people work around the rules to get what they need done. It's the American way!

    Can you recommend a BMS for a triple stack 36V-30a setup? The electrical side of things boggles my mind.

  • calfee20
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    The reason for the battery is it is a legal size to fly with. So I guess you break them down and then you can fly with your bike. I think if you put 3 in parallel it will be like a 36 volt battery with a 30 amp bms.

  • Rider
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    That battery is very interesting. Two of those will give 5.4Ah at about 2.7lbs. in a 8"x3"x1.7" package. I am a little confused regarding the specification Amp discharge. It says 10A discharge maximum on the battery, but states 98Wh at 20A discharge in the specifications? I will admit I'm not an electrical engineer, so connecting them in series or parallel and how that affects specifications is unknown to me.

  • calfee20
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    Grin had a 2.7 amp/hr 36 volt battery that you can stack and connect in series or parallel to make different configurations.



    http://www.ebikes.ca/shop/electric-b...2-7-ligo.html#

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  • Rider
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    Originally posted by ilikebikes View Post
    I see now there are several on ebay.
    Can you give a link to a few? I just exited eBay and didn't see anything under 10Ah and the smallest "battery pack" I found was 8"x4"x3" and IIRC 12.5Ah. I'd like something similar to the 52V Luna Mighty Mini, only in 36V and 25A discard ability. Thanks.

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  • ilikebikes
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    I see now there are several on ebay.

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  • ilikebikes
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    Specs seem good, but what an ugly little thing!

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  • max_volt
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    I have seen the frog or mini frog listed. It is small but powerful.

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  • Rider
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    +1

    I have an interest in this too. Have a MY1018 450W/36V sitting around that will one day be installed similar to a "LIFT MTB" throttle only hill climb assist on a full suspension MTB. That ride will not need huge battery range (just used when climbing), so a Mighty Mini 36V will be the hot ticket there.

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  • ilikebikes
    started a topic 36V Mighty mini?

    36V Mighty mini?

    Sent an email off to Luna to ask if they may offer a 36V version of their mighty mini.

    In the meantime, does anyone know of other battery pack similar size to the mini at 36V?

    Thanks
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