I plan to make a battery pack for my vehicle, 13s10p Li-ion battery. It gives me 30Ah.
If one battery can be charged at 1A, can I charge 10 batteries in parallel at 10A?
For now I have a 2A charger and the calculations come out to me that I will be charging the entire package for 15 hours and I would like it to charge as fast as possible - of course within safety limits.
Here are the specifications of the Samsung INR18650-30Q cell I want to use:
Nominal discharge capacity: 3000mAh
Charge: 1.50A, 4.20V,CCCV 150mA cut-off
Discharge: 0.2C, 2.5V discharge cut-off
Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
Standard Charge: CCCV, 1.50A, 4.20 ± 0.05 V, 150mA cut-off
Rapid Charge: CCCV, 4A, 4.20 ± 0.05 V, 100mA cut-off
Charging time: Standard charge : 180min / 150mA cut-off / Rapid charge: 70min (at 25℃) / 100mA cut-of
Max. continuous discharge (Continuous): 15A(at 25℃), 60% at 250 cycle
Discharge cut-off voltage: 2.5V
Cell weight: 48.0g max
Cell dimension: Height : 64.85 ± 0.15mm / Diameter : 18.33 ± 0.07mm
Operating temperature (surface temperature): Charge : 0 to 50℃
Storage Temperature: 1.5 year -30~25℃(1*) / 3 months -30~45℃(1*) / 1 month -30~60℃(1*)