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Rapid Shutdown Requirements in Solar Projects. This article covers the National Electric Code (NEC) rapid shutdown requirements for Solar projects and why it is necessary to comply to these standards in Solar Projects for maximizing safety. This requirement is meant to uphold electrical safety in energized systems. Electrical safety is important because...

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The more you know about working with lithium ion batteries, the better. One important thing to know about your battery is it's discharge rate. Calculating the discharge rate of a lithium-ion battery is useful for several reasons: Battery life: The discharge rate can affect the battery's lifespan. Discharging a battery at a high rate can generate heat and reduce the battery's capacity and lifespan, while discharging at a low rate can improve the battery's lifespan but may not provide enough power for certain applications. By calculating the discharge rate, you can choose the appropriate discharge rate for your specific application...

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Lithium-ion batteries are widely used in many of our electronic devices and can be used to build all sorts of cool electrical devices, but it’s important to be aware that these are governed by some basic electrical principles, and that neglecting to follow those principles can pose significant dangers.So, is it OK to mix batteries with different voltages? No, generally speaking. You may ask: "But why? I have a 36v battery and a 48v battery, can't I just combine them together for more power?" Mixing different battery voltages can be harmful because the voltage levels are not compatible. Using batteries with different voltages can...

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