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    Building Panasonic NCR18650B Super Max 3.7V 3400mAh pack 7.4V

    Hello,

    I haven found thread with exact instuction how to do this. I want to build 7.4v 6800mAh battery pack. Can you write how to do this? What parts I need? I need PCB? Can you draw scheme?

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    This is easy... Buy. Pannovo B-C04 from DX.com. Then four 18650B cells and preferably charge those using balancing charger.
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    its without protection board, its danger to use it if batteries will overcharge.

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    strange. What means 2000mAh? I have 4 batteries and total 6800mAh

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    I guess you'd be OK with protected cells.
    Does anyone make a 2-cell version for helmet mounting?

    PS Good to see you here, Mika.

    Quote Originally Posted by mhelander View Post
    This is easy... Buy. Pannovo B-C04 from DX.com. Then four 18650B cells and preferably charge those using balancing charger.
    Sent from my Lumia phone using TapaTalk

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    it have protection inside

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    would you still want to use protected batteries with this case?

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    Get ^^^this case and use unprotected Panasonic cells. It comes with a PCB circuit and you'll be fine. No worries about schemes and stuff if you don't need to ;-) If you store cells in the case for a long time unscrew the top cover to prevent cell drain.

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    See my review for more details.

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