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$3,900 · 34 x CAM-72 Lithium ion Batteries plus hardware.

I purchase these batteries new almost two years ago for my electric car. They have never been stressed, like over charge or deeply discharged. I used them for about 6 months at around one trip a week so they are in very good condition. Note only 5 shown in picture.

Because I had to fix an oil leak in the gearbox my EV was off the road for almost a year. While it was of-road I did a lot of other things like getting the gearbox completely overhauled, replacing the braking system, a new steering rack etc, etc you get the picture. Also during that time it was off the road I decided to change my battery pack (the CAM-72s) to a smaller new type of battery.

All items listed below.
34 x CALB CAM-72 Lithium-ion batteries with plastic top & bottom covers, side protection cover & and a clip on terminal cover.
33 x Copper links.
68 x stainless steel bolts with stainless steel spring and flat washers.
Battery dimensions are 135mm x 29mm x 222mm high.
Construction is aluminum alloy shelled, making a lightweight battery at 2Kg, with a nominal voltage of 3.2 volts.

A use for these batteries could be an off grid small house. Wiring two in parallel would give you twice the amp-hour at 144 A/hrs at a 48volt system, and the other use is off course is a electric car conversion.

The batteries have been stored in a half-charged state; this is the recommended way to store these batteries ... you then charged them before putting them into service.

For more information on these batteries have a look at https://www.evwest.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=301

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Ad Id34141
CategoryOther Electronics
PostedMarch 10, 2020
Expiry September 06, 2020
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