Massive LIFEPO4 12V lithium battery pack, 8AH, $40

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BUTCH1

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For anyone looking for emergency power or 12V audio applications, or even a pack capable of starting a V-6 have a look,

Keep in mind you will have to make your own bus arrangement and buy/install a BMS as well but dang, these offer a lot of bang/buck..





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ericlp

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Interesting... Could use these to build a power wall for reasonable prices....
 

BUTCH1

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Interesting... Could use these to build a power wall for reasonable prices....
Yes, you could, my intended use is for 12V for a portable stereo/boom box application but if you want some don't wait very long, when he gets these in and starts selling they will go quick.
 

drnickriviera

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I got some of these a while back. I built it to use as a jump starter. Tested it on my motorcycle as the sole starting battery. battery laughed at it.

A little off on your title though as it would only be 8ah@12v. You got me all excited for 32ah for $40
 

BUTCH1

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I got some of these a while back. I built it to use as a jump starter. Tested it on my motorcycle as the sole starting battery. battery laughed at it.

A little off on your title though as it would only be 8ah@12v. You got me all excited for 32ah for $40
Oh, shoot, I forgot that by using these in series you get the desired voltage but you stay at the original Ah, I'll change the title.
 

spdfreak

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So if I wired 4 of these in series to start a small mini bike, would the 13.5 V charging system on the bike work OK?
 
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