I did a quick search on the forum and didn’t find any mention of the
LG M36 cells
As i’m building a long range board (12s9p botton and 12s14p top) i read here, that the Samsung 35E are “to go with” cells
on nkon i saw the LG cells which are a little bit pricier (3.10€ vs 2.65€) but also have a bit more mah (3600 vs 3500) and same amps (10A vs 10A)
Has someone used them before? Are they good/reliable?
It would be cheaper to just use the 35e and have an extra 2-3p giving you more range. When building a pack you should base it on wh/$ not how many mah each cell have compared to another
To check your cells. Since most don’t have such huge packs we need cells with more power than that.
@pat.speed i can’t do 2-3p more as my board will already be full with batteries
On a daily commuter board, lets say 30km, this might be right.
But I need it for way more than 30km
So I don’t care if it costs a bit more
If the cell is worth it, i’m willing to pay a bit more
@Benjamin899 what’s this site for?
There are various grahphs on li ion cells
Like discharge rate - voltage etc
It can help you find what cells to use
It would be cheaper
Sometimes the space it takes-up or the weight is more important than cost. It all depends on needs
So the Samsung is a bit flatter and drops a little later
Will this make the additional 100mah useless or is the drop high enough?
Also i guess the wave-line of the lg won’t make any difference when riding
It sure looks like the LG M36 are better than the Samsung 35E for esk8 … at depths of 6P to 7P or more
Unless you plan on discharging to 3.00V or lower, then use 35E instead