Kokam Cell Purchase

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Re: Kokam Cell Purchase

Postby edlaurence » Tue Jun 28, 2011 11:59 am

Not really intending to get REAP to put the pack together. They're quite switched on with what they're doing but their prices are geared towards OEM's...which isn't me. I'm just planning on using their off-the-shelf unit and assembling myself. I'm not too keen to run without a BMS considering the pack will be working hard and receiving regen power. The REAP system is very configurable and allows good monitoring for a semi-reasonable price. Still doing some comparisons but they seem like a good option.

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Re: Kokam Cell Purchase

Postby Beemer » Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:27 pm

Reap.. With what sort of guarantee?

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A very serious incident. They tried to say it was a faulty charging lead on the wet deck but that would of tripped the ferrys failsafe. In any way that would not of burned down the car. The proposed manufacturer has lost another car this way and has now ended his business. :( http://afutureev.com/

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