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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      We might find out here in a year or so. Aw who am I kidding. We’ll find out soon as I also have a couple lots of 1200 ah batteries...
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      Ha yeah something like that.
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      These batteries will never get discharged. I will get the rebate money, then after a bit I will scrap them and buy a way smaller lithium...
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      Wow, so you can do math. Yes I have around 840 kWh worth of storage. Why would I need 84 kW worth of solar to charge it? I’m grid tied...
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      We were talking about the 1.75 volt starting point. NCN-27 cells are strictly used in the nuclear industry. I was stating why they may...
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      No, not a typo
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      1.75 volts was used because these batteries are made to be used in a nuclear power plant and 1.75 volts was a very conservative value to...
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      Mine are 1944 ah for a 48V system, with 9 batteries in parallel. It is more than 50% useable as these cells are vented flooded lead acid...
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      Hodge replied to the thread powerwall spec determination.
      So a nominal 24V powerwall is actually 25.6 volts for those cells. When they calculate/advertise the battery capacity it would appear...
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      Does anyone know the voltage and ah ratings for tesla powerwall. Is the 13.5 kWh the max charging cell voltage multiplied by the cells...
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      Hodge reacted to SeaGal's post in the thread Deye USA with Haha Haha.
      Just filling my application form in now... ;)
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
      My lead acids were cheap, but a brand new 2V cell replacement is $20,000. Plus you’d have to front all that money to hopefully get the...
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
      It’s DC capacity. Nothing with AC. My interconnection was all AC capacity. I fought with them because I thought that application would...
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
      I would guess money. If you can get a 5 MW battery go for it!
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
      Nothing in the terms and conditions about that. It’s battery capacity size in DC.
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      Hodge reacted to Brucey's post in the thread Deye USA with Like Like.
      Better take it to private message or the solark brand integrity squad will be knocking on doors.
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
      This is half of them. The other half are on the pallets under the cardboard. I’m building another pole barn after this.
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
      From the grid, or solar. It shouldn’t ever really get discharged too much that I’d honestly worry about it.
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      Hodge replied to the thread Deye USA.
      Yes it’s $300 per kWh. They are lead acid batteries. If I get a check for $250,000 it would be impossible for me to loose money from net...
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