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09.02.2018
 
LFP as starting battery

LFP as starting battery

LFP as a starting battery – two concerns

Question: I want to use the LFP battery (4x 3.2V cells) for starting of my car. What SBM should I use to protect the battery?

You cannot use a SBM to protect the starting battery. For starting the car, the current will be very high, hundreds or even nearly 1000 Amps, it is not possible to disconnect such high currents.

WARNING: Additionally it is not possible to disconnect the battery from vehicle circuits. The car electronics may burn or become faulty of the battery is suddenly removed from the circuit, as a result of disconnection, during the operation (when the engine is running).

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17.05.2016
 
Replica of a 1907 trolleybus powered by GWL/Power

 

Replica of a 1907 trolleybus powered by GWL/Power

GWL/Power has supplied the batteries and the BMS system for a project of rebuilding the replica of the Mercedes electrique Stoll electric bus (trolleybus). 

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25.03.2016
 
Moving forward in the electric mobility

 

Moving forward in the electric mobility

Electric cars and electric planes are here:  Tesla S and the Phoenix electric two-seat plane.

07.03.2016
 
VW CityStromer with a solar roof

 

 

VW CityStromer with a solar roof

A customer EV project using Winston cells and Solar Flexible panels in the original VW CityStromer. Of cause the solar panels provide only auxiliary charging as explained here.

18.01.2016
 
Morgen City – solar powered EV in Hong Kong

 

Morgen City – solar powered EV in Hong Kong

City University of Hong Kong has formed a solar car team named ’Morgen City’. The goal of the team is to design the solar car, to demonstrate students’ engineering capabilities in terms of renewable energy use and energy efficiency enhancement, but to testify to the feasibility of certain innovative applications.  

Link: Morgen City Home Page  and News Report and FB Page

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