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jneo
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Posted - July 04 2015 :  02:37:20  Show Profile Send jneo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Does any body know if you can use the ssg style charging of lead acid batteries on theses new type lifepo4 batteries
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Posted - July 04 2015 :  17:27:03  Show Profile Send 49er a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi jneo

Every thing that I have seen says you need a BMS on Lipo4 and Lithium ion. So your answerer is no because the BMS can't handle the high spikes and the negative pulse into just one battery or a bunch. I would say if you want to see a light show you could try BUT I don't want anyone to try that. Be safe.

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jneo
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Posted - July 07 2015 :  16:35:02  Show Profile Send jneo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
hello thanks i'll take your word on that
tesla chargers peter linderman they say they have a charger that does charge these lifepo4 batterries what do you think of those ones has anybody tried one ?
jneo

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49er
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Posted - July 07 2015 :  21:07:49  Show Profile Send 49er a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Jneo

Peter has a charger for anything if you have the money. Yes a SSG can charge a lipo BUT you will have add a FWBR to go into the battery and the lipo starts at 3.3 volts so you will have to hold down the charge to fit the battery and the FWRB defeats the high pulse effect.

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jneo
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Posted - July 09 2015 :  16:24:13  Show Profile Send jneo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Doug thanks for that also would you know if you could charge a lithium polymer (cobalt ) with the above set up
when you say hold the charge down do you mean if you where charging a 12volt use a 12volt fwbr
Ive read these batteris are better for power ?
Regards jneo
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