Custom battery pack configurations describe how individual cells are connected together to create a complete battery pack. The environment in which the battery pack is used and the electrical connection of the individual cells (series or parallel) are two key considerations when designing a battery pack and working out the best configuration. The increasing need for more power in smaller spaces and the wide variety of our customers’ applications mean we have designed and made a large number of different battery pack configurations.
The images below show example formats of common battery pack configurations and how they are classified by our designers:
B FormatEnd to end cells welded in line to maintain a good connection
C FormatSide by side cells joined together to build up the battery
BC FormatCombination of both B and C formats shown previously
Cluster FormatCluster formation of cells interlinked with solder tags to form the battery
Nested FormatInline nested formation cells interlinked with solder tags to form the battery
Standard Battery Pack FormatSide by side cells and interlinked with solder tags to form the battery