Hey guys, So to set the scene, i run 4 5s 4500mah nano techs in a 10s2p config.
Usually with hard riding, I’ll get about 19-20km out of it with dual 6374’s.
On Thursday, i rode 19km no problem, with cells all relatively close to each other voltage wise (within 0.15 of a volt of each other). Yesterday, i rode 16.5km, and my bms shut down as one of my cells dropped to 3.3v when the others were just hitting 3.55.
Now what I’m thinking is, due to differing internal resistances, some cells discharge faster than others. This really shouldn’t be the case… right?
So I’ve swapped 2 lipo packs so one pack from the 5s2p is now with the other (swapped pairs). This should help shouldn’t it? it would help keep the voltage somewhat similar i believe?
Seriously calling all electro experts here (@b264 & @namasaki you guys especially) as i know i dont have dead cells, i just feel like the internal resistance differences have an effect on a linear discharge.
here is the metr data