Cellular Transport Worksheets should be designed to address the needs of each new cell or battery that arrives from its manufacturer. The system should be able to customize its suggestions for the optimal amount of battery to be used by the customer for optimum battery life, and the type of battery that can be used with the system to insure maximum storage of power. With this information the systems can be designed and then manufactured in a way that provides an optimal solution to the customer’s specific needs.
Each system has it’s unique design for addressing cell transportation needs and battery use. In order to provide an accurate answer to your questions about the vehicle or system you should follow the same steps to determine the correct answer.
Define your current cell, battery, and driving style. Define which cell should be on the front of the vehicle, what type of battery should be installed, and what type of driving style best fits the system. You may not be comfortable with the current cell configuration and cannot experience a long run time if you have no control over which cell will go on the front.
Determine what your current expectations are for charging time, time to charge, and time to empty. If your mileage is high and you expect long term use from the system, you need to ensure that your goals can be met. While the system may seem to be a great option, it may not be able to meet those goals for you.
Determine whether the system can deliver the expected energy for the type of driving you will be doing and if the system offers the required power or low percent capability. While the capacity of the cells and battery may seem to be very important for energy storage and transportation, the charging time to empty could be more important for your overall utilization of the system.
Know the type of maintenance you will have to do with the vehicle. Most systems come with a maintenance free warranty, but each system is customized for the needs of the customer. You may be a working professional that only needs a basic system, or you may have no intention of ever using the vehicle, a full system for your sport utility vehicle, or you may be looking for the highest level of power storage and the lowest power output to produce a radio station and utilize the system for recreational activities.
The system should also be able to fit your budget. If the system you are considering is out of your price range, it may not be a practical solution for you.
Answers to these questions will help you select the best system for your needs. Before making a purchase, examine all of the products available. With proper planning and careful evaluation you can quickly determine which system is the best suited for your needs.