2nd\Spare Battery Solution?

FastLyfeG

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As I do my usual late night Mod hunting\research browsing I came across this and looking at the identical specs and that its also using Samsung Cells Im curious to know if this could be a 2nd or spare battery option for the Aventon Level
Im no electrical engineer so I thought Id post this and see if anyone with better knowledge on the subject can chime in?
 

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Alex M

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What you have found is a rack-mounted battery. See the 2nd picture in your post. Not what Level has.
 

FastLyfeG

New Member
What you have found is a rack-mounted battery. See the 2nd picture in your post. Not what Level has.
I know, this is why im asking if this could be used as a secondary or spare battery as I dont really use my rack If I could have this on the rack fully powered and pluged in It would help with long commutes which I never make on battery without having to charge the battery for the return trip
 

Alex M

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I know, this is why im asking if this could be used as a secondary or spare battery as I dont really use my rack If I could have this on the rack fully powered and pluged in It would help with long commutes which I never make on battery without having to charge the battery for the return trip
If you solder the correct connectors on this new battery, I don't see why not. Any battery will do if the voltage is matching and the capacity is not too low (low capacity usually means that battery won't tolerate high current well).
 

Alex M

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You might have to make a custom extension cable, with a connector for a "new" battery on one end, while the other end would be connected to the frame-mounted terminal of Aventon battery. Preferably, with the means of disconnecting it on both ends.
 

Timpo

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You might have to make a custom extension cable, with a connector for a "new" battery on one end, while the other end would be connected to the frame-mounted terminal of Aventon battery. Preferably, with the means of disconnecting it on both ends.
One that OP posted has Anderson connectors.

There are tons of Anderson to XT60 connectors.. as well as extension cables.
 

Alex M

Well-Known Member
The challenge will be connecting it on the other end, at the original battery. That is, if he intends using the new one as a spare.