Customer DIY Projects & Builds
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A collection featuring customer projects and builds using batteries and/or accessories from Battery Hookup! We have some of the smartest and most creative customers and rarely get to see how and where our batteries are getting used— We created this page for the DIY community to showcase your builds!
A 16s5p battery pack made easy using our Cell Level Nickel Fuse
-Wolfgang Attwenger, Maine, USA
Easy 48v system powering a house using our Chevy Bolt batteries
-Darren Orange, Illinois, USA
A 4s10p battery pack using our 8ah Headway batteries
-Craig Martin, Ontario, Canada
A 12s50p battery pack using our LG 2600mAh 18650s from modem batteries
-Mike Reed, Utah, USA
A 280 kWh system built with Nissan Leaf cells. This is coupled to a DYI 40Kw solar system. Installed into a surplus Military shelter that is EMP resistant. Took a huge 5000 square foot house off grid! WOW!!!
-William Bryce, Tennessee, USA
A 28.8v 8s48p solar battery using our 36v A123 battery packs
-Lou Little, Utah, USA
A 7s11p battery pack using 18650s from our 20 cell Salvage Sanyo battery packs. He has an engraving business and used his engravings on this pack. Talk about a one of a kind project!
-Kevin Lyon, Oregon, USA
A Ryobi P102 battery pack reviver/balancer made of 5x TP4056 chargers and 5x 5v power supply boards. This will revive and charge any of our P102 packs and also show if there are any dead cells in the pack. Super innovative!
-Alex Tatistcheff, Idaho, USA
A 7s battery for a DIY portable bookshelf speaker and a dual USB charger using our 3.7V 4.4ah 16.28WH w/ BMS with wires
-Conrad Portelli, Ontario, Canada
A 25p14s3p powerwall powering a house with a Batrium BMS system using 1,050 of our SPIM08HP cells. SO much power!
-Chris Adams, California, USA
A 7s2p battery made from 7 of our LG Chem 3.6v 120ah modules. He made the original tabs on the modules thicker and stronger using aluminum & copper plates. Super smart!
-Amir Barenholtz, Holon, Israel
A 14s 8ah cheap battery upgrade for this electric pit bike using our SPIM08HP cells
-Dawson Reckinger, Nebraska, USA
Two 14s3p 52v stacks powering a house using 3 of our 36v Chevy Bolt LG Chem batteries...nearly 30kWh!
-Chris Rice, California, USA
A backup battery bank for a reef fish tank using our 8ah Headway cells
-Wes Ferrell, Arizona, USA
Our 3.6v 120ah LG Chem modules powering a house
-Alfredo Bosques, Moca, Puerto Rico
A 20s electric dirt bike battery using our SPIM08HP cells
-Denny Raul, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
A 6s6p 260wh configuration battery powering a flashlight with a 100W 9000 Lumes LED with our 2200mAh 18650 Sanyo cells
-Mike Grether, Switzerland
Two 14s13p 1.4kwh 'ammo can batteries' made using our modem batteries. Cell level 40 gauge fuse wires are soldered onto the cells directly. Bus bars are copper wire with rubber hose between each fuse wire to space the bus bars above the cells. The batteries are built as 7s13p, taped to a plywood board, and then stacked into the can.
-Bryan LaPlante, California, USA
Our 180ah CALB Prismatic batteries all hooked up
-William Buehler, North Carolina, USA
A 20s2p battery pack powering an electric bike using out SPIM08HP cells. 164.5 amps or 12,327 watts @ 64mph
-Joel Williams, Washington, USA
A 7s24v 3 kilowatt battery pack power box intended to power a Sprinter van RV for all the power and solar needs. Using our LG Chem 3.6v 120ah modules.
-Jordan Harrison, California, USA
A battery pack for an electric chopper bike using our 3.6v LG Chem modules
-Yosi Haim Cohen, Israel
Our Samsung 8s medical batteries wired in parallel in ammo cans for close to 250ah. These will be hooked up to a mpp 2000 watt all in one inverter placed in a cabinet with every thing neatly tucked away for emergency use during rolling blackouts and power outages
-Eric Maness, CA, USA
36 kWh 14s 48V system using our 120ah LG Chem modules
-Milton Sanders, CA, USA
A portable power station using our OP4026 Ryobi power tool batteries
-Daniel Barradas, New York, USA
Honda TRX 125 GM alternator converted to permanent magnet motor
Battery 1: 14s battery using our SPIM08HP cells
Battery 2: 16s battery using our Headway 38120 cells
-Jack Hudson, Sanger, CA
An electric roadster powered by our SPIM08HP cells. So cool.
-Terry Heinze, West Virginia, USA
A 14s7p 52v 20ah battery powering an ebike using our LG 2600 mAh 18650 from modem batteries and our shrink wrap
-Gary Manners, British Columbia, Canada
Project1: 80 cell, 18650 battery packs for a ham radio shack. He designed and printed plastic housings for them. They can be removed from the stack and used for portable power whenever he needs them.
Project 2: A 1.3kWh pack using the 2200mAh lithium polymer batteries. He designed and printed a different housing with a handle to make it easier to carry.
-John Gregel, Ohio, USA
A pack using 100 of our 2600 mAh 18650 modem batteries to be added in series to a Tesla model S battery module . This raises the voltage from 25 to 29 to use in a solar power system. The positive connections are made with magnets to avoid spot welding or soldering.
-Umair Ashraf, Illinois, USA
-Mike Inglett, Florida, USA
Our BP-TCA 12/2510 SN 3.7V 4.4ah packs w/ BMS powering this portable and watertight / shock resistant solar battery bank (3S 10P roughly 350W with inverter lower voltage threshold loss) with 20A HQST MPPT charge controller and 500W pure sine wave inverter in a convenient package that is fully portable and scalable for everything from a small home solar array (4x 100W panels in parallel) to vehicle mounted solar all the way to fitting in a pack for backpacking with a small 25W solar panel. Custom 3D printed BMS holder, custom 3D printed shock resistant TPU coverings for the individual battery packs in the 3S arrangement, over engineered cables, convenient circuit breaker, ready for the apocalypse if need be.
-Jackson Qu, California, USA
An electric motorcycle powered by our Nissan Leaf modules
-Hunter Leonard, New York, USA
A 7s3p battery using 210 salvaged 18650 batteries averaging 2500 to 2600 mAh, using our Cell-level Nickel Fuse with a Daly 100amp continuous BMS 100amp fuse with battery voltage meter
-Kenneth Hite, Illinois, USA
A 48v battery for an ebike using our modem batteries
-Bucker Garlo, Great Britain