Battery Life

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    Thomas Stimson

    Would the current temperature management system (vents, insulation) be considered effective in keeping the batteries in their optimum/normal operating range (20 degrees)?

    Luke Barbagallo

    Hi Thomas,

    For the purpose of a minimum viability, you could assume that this is effective. However, to ensure system resiliency, consider building insulative redundancies into your design. The frequency of 35+ degree days in Northern Australia will increase, as will the average high temperatures.



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