[Oeva-list] A123 20Ah prismatic cells

mike overton mikeov1 at gmail.com
Fri May 13 23:28:46 PDT 2011

I also mentioned the A123 prismatics that are packaged into a standard 12v
form factor.  Here is a link to that for whomever was interested.



On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 12:49 PM, dipron06 <dipron06 at gmail.com> wrote:

>  Thanks for the info Phil. I was the one who asked about the A123
> batteries at the meeting. I figured they were going to be expensive, but at
> least they are finally available to the public. For the past couple years
> they would not talk to anyone who wasn't a manufacturer or large scale
> client. With A123 working with the EV motorcycle racing and some big
> companies now, hopefully it won't be long before the prices start coming
> down. Maybe an EV related company here in Portland could see if they can be
> a distributor or something.
> Thanks,
> Timothy Beltz
> Myles Twete matwete at comcast.net wrote:
> What are the prices they're quoting?
> Jon Balgley wrote:
> I wasn't at the meeting, but I have communicated with them.  They
> responded quickly to my inquiry.  They have a "pack builder's kit".  A
> little expensive for me.  If other people are interested, perhaps we can
> get together for a group buy to bring the price down.
> Phil Hochstetler phil.hochstetler at gmail.com wrote:
> Someone asked last night at the Monthly meeting about who was in the
> process
> of offering the 20Ah A123Systems prismatic cells.  The company is a
> supplier
> to the Motorsports industry by the name of Mavizen.
> See:
> http://mavizen.com/A123.html
> Phil H.
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