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16 hours ago, 02Blazer said:

when assembling cells with your busbars , use some eva or other non-conductive material to put between bars/plates so you don't short your cells . make sure you balance your cells by connecting all the positives together and connect all the negatives together (DO NOT CONNECT POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE )and let them sit to balance themselves out . put them somewhere safe where they won't be shorted somehow 

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Thanks again! Never heard about balancing them out until you told me actually. I will be careful! Here is more about that alternator dc power sent me. Thanks for all the help 38767AAE-4A1B-4E79-A215-1726AACDAE0E.thumb.png.88f2191457dcfd8368548ae684716c8d.png

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Any updates. I have a super beast module from battery hookup that I am going to break down into a 96ah bank. I havce some questions. Do I need a bms or a balancer for the cells? Also I am going to run this on stock alt and see how it performs. Planning on new upgraded alt that charges to 14.4 in the near future. 

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On 11/17/2022 at 6:07 PM, LoudKiaForte said:

Any updates. I have a super beast module from battery hookup that I am going to break down into a 96ah bank. I havce some questions. Do I need a bms or a balancer for the cells? Also I am going to run this on stock alt and see how it performs. Planning on new upgraded alt that charges to 14.4 in the near future. 

Heltec 4s whole group balancer...

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