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      i like these a lot. they are used, but i think these would be a really nice high current switch for you, used in 12V system.
      i purchased a small batch of these and i have been testing them out, they have been performing well for me on my bench setup.
      I plan to run ultra-caps & headway cell setup. my alternator voltage runs 13.5V when it warmed up, 14.5V when it's cool.

      "TE Connectivity EV200AAANA 500a 0-900vdc Tyco 12/24v"

      I have seen these relays used in electrical vehicle applications, they are very nice.
      these would work well for isolation/switching/connecting battery packs, imho.

      Tell me if anyone knows,how many amps should the isolator should be?
      I read on the net,which i rarely trust it should be what the alternator puts out plus a bit of head room.
      Mine is 180A alternator so im guessing 240A may do the job.
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      Get the isolater from batteryhookup.
      other than that you may want a case or something to set your module on as it will be bare under there lol is the place if your not on a budget, but if you are just measure your module and order a cheap plastic battery holder from amazon. They have alot to choose from.
      if you like sometime “SHOW OFF” give me a minute and ill post my video.

      What i did was overkill lol
      but id start at 64aH and 32 headway cells. So you can use the Jag35 board.
      Being cheap can make for a hot situation.

      im waiting to here back from jimsmachineworx as im gonna get out of the pcb based modual. Too many amps in my system and i feel thats a weak spot. But for 98% of the normal people it should be ok.
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      Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
      Out of full disclosure and, Before start these are special batteries.
      They are normal as far as one thing. On a Friday a worker needed a beer.
      And what he did was put the wrong top on it, ((+))i s still positive, on top and negative is still (((—)) if i wasnt told before buying them i would have never known. Its just out of spec from XS’s cell guide.
      XS’s product page
      I could ask much more for them, But im not gonna ask for more than I paid.
      For a correctly specced cell sells for $499.
      Why buy this route? Its basically fumble proof, you have all the safety features you could ask for.
      its has the Balancer built in and the Battery Monitor system built in and these aren't cheap.
      To give you guys a deal im asking $250 each and i did pay more than that. And thats for a bare battery, Hardware is seperate. The battery connection sit low so you need tall SAE posts with M6 threading, Ill have to look up the lenght if you buy the bare cells. Amazon has the correct length. I had to buy an assortment as the ones that came with the tall post did‘n fit.
      The hardware is valued at $100
      hardware shown in the pics Is marked down too $60
      4x tall SAE post and held in with M6 screws i had to buy separate.
      4 x battery post terminal‘s with dual 0 guage.
      3‘ 0 gauge positive and negative wire.
      1x fuse holder and 350 amp fuse.
      2x voltage meter, Accurate to .1

      Id say these would be a great help with a 3k system, More if you have 2 AGM cells,
      These aren’t design to eliminate your cars normal cranking batteries, its designed to have a battery isolator between your cranking battery and and these cells. It has to due with parasitic draw. Ill help as much as i can to the buyer.
      Id say you need a 350amp isolater,
      Cheap and commercial grade

      Im not sure if USPS ships lithiums, but know UPS does.
      Both with hardware $500 + $60 for hardware $30shipping
      Basic price with just bare cell is $500 plus $30 shipping

      Shipping is 2 packages so most likely ill be paying part of that.

      I take paypal only.


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