yeh, that needs to be considered that MJ1 is also 10A cell.
I think the best option to ‘‘value’’ cells power output is in watts.
If you take 3.6v nominal times 10A for example, you get 36w…
Now, if you normally wish to draw 500w and at peaks 1500w, you need at least:
In 6S 7P config, this would give massive range… and max power output of about:
70A / 1512 W.
10S 4P would also be possible and would still ‘‘yield’’ about 1400W of power, with ‘‘comfortable’’ output of still 400w I believe.
(even though some would consider this a bit low maybe)… but range should still be quite good.
Considering 400w ‘‘normal usage’’, with 10S system, that would translate to about 400w/36 = 11.11 A total per pack, with 2.77A per cell.
This gives us about 11wh per cell (when really drained), so maybe ‘‘usable’’ capacity could be closer to 10.5 wh per cell.
440wh (close to max)
420wh (with some ‘‘reserve’’)
Would probably give ‘‘longboard’’ about ~42km of range (~26miles)
For mountainboard (15-20wh per km)
This might give 21-28km of range, but then again power output might be a bit on the low side, especially if 2 motors need to be fed from the same battery.
So yeh, for crazy longboard range these cells might fit but otherwise for high power setups they might be a bit on low side.