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DrFPGA
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DrFPGA   12/28/2010 1:47:31 AM
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Does it make sense to try and collect environmental and system diagnostics to better understand how faults develop over time? Perhaps like a fault logging system in a traditional rack mounted server or com design? The info could be collected over many designs and with a variety of environmentals fairly easily...

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Aiman.Kiwan   12/9/2010 2:44:26 PM
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Very interesting article on how and why solid state relays are effective in monitoring Li-ion battery voltage!!!

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Tony Allen   12/3/2010 5:11:23 PM
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There are varying amounts of performance information (including discharge curves) available on the manufacturers' websites. As an example, take a look at the data sheets available on A123 Systems' website.

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t.alex   12/3/2010 2:57:31 AM
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Indeed, well-written. In fact I am interested if there is any discharge curve information for this Lion battery for electric vehicle?

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Rick DeMeis   12/3/2010 1:36:23 AM
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The many engineering "nuances" that have to be considered in solving an outwardly "simple" problem are well covered in this article.

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