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Hi Guys, just a small safety check-up, I plan on running this build at 80w (max 85w) in my Regulated dual 18650 Tesla WYE 200w (Samsung 25r 3.7 2500mah) would the calculation for the regulated current draw 80w/7.4v =10.82A(per battery) be correct? see attached pic for the coil Full Picture.png
 

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Max Amps Per Battery = (Watts / Voltage cut off) / 0.95(mod efficiency) = A
Cut off is typically 3.2V but could be a lil higher/lower.
 

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Yep

And you could even use a higher mah 15 amp battery for up to 45 watts per cell. So 90 watts on a dual cell.
Would just extend time between battery changes
 

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If cut off is 3.2v then 40/3.2 = 12.5w x .90 for efficiency = 11.25A per battery.
Samsung 30Q is good for a little more than 15A and would be a good one for that extra run time.
 

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Code:
$ bc
$ "This is Basic Calc, toss me numbers & runes."
$ 40/3.2
12
$ 12*.9
10.8
$ ^q
$ vi -v ~/.Self-Destruct-Sequence-Checklist
$ ^q
$ vi ~/.You-Are-Here-Doc-Being-The-Last-Human-Will
$ ^q
$ pal -endofworldasweknowit
$ "Pal the personal Calendar & PIM welcomes you to January 1, 1970."
$ whoami
$ Logged in as deaddog
$ man life
$ "No such manual page/s exist."
$ go North, look left.
$ "Unfortunately, the Gri eats you. GAME OVER"

Damn, host loc.gov is sneaky in placing Gri. I'll need to code a peeking spider algorithm, or roll a pair of aces, seven and lucky king. For now, I can only move a red checker forward one space, hoping to avoid notice by the tripwire program.

Ah yes, haha! Linux kernel 5 is out. It is rock solid! Take that Unix & Wind Blinds.
 
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