...fixed all the stupid **** I did and actually went for a little ride on the Turtle Pond Parkway! Imagine that. (Well you'll have to, cause there aint
See diagram attached for the Vicor DC-DC converter preferred switching.
Pin PC is pulled low when your park switch is closed,
Nope, more like a net gain of less than 50lbs. I'm pulling the old pack off (25lbs) and adding maybe 60lbs. But the voltage sag is pretty big... the
For sure, A123 of lipo are lighter, can give more amps, and yeah, you can build them up in stages. Although, you want to match the cells when you put
Got to love the older rides.
I post the photos I use here to a web server. I just
Attached is a scanned Kodachrome slide that I took in Panama in 1966, sourced from my computer files. On my computer the photo is 1.2 MB. So I guess
wait WUUUT? lol. I'm completely confused.
OK. Yeah. Pass the cheese.
If you are switching the neg HV side, this means that the pos HV is permanently connected and you switch the neg HV?
That would not be good. As
Please keep us posted (with pictures) on this. I am trying to learn arduino as well, and am very interested in seeing how you will do this.
Hmm, replaced EV200 with MZJ-400 and make it through dc-dc converter, is it right ?
Sorry for my bad english
*highest form of praise among 14 year old boys, and 50 year old men who act like them
Stunning... I love the modern cruiser look.
I'm an idiot. The Vicor I have is rated for 50W. The headlight that I put in this winter is a 55W bulb. I've only run the light a few seconds for a
Allright, the fiberglass parts are done now, remains to fix them to the frame,
so before the end of the month, the beast will be ready to be painted,
I've gone back and looked at a bunch of my older threads and the photos aren't showing up. Also, many of the photos I've been trying to post lately have
I have a small RC lipo pack with the hardcase 4s Turnigy. I also just finished a 40ah CALB pack and took a ride last night. Let's just say it's a considerable
If you just want a gross estimate use a hall effect device and do make a simple AHr counter. It will get you started, but it will probably require frequent
Yep I've done that before, happy to help out
I think one of the benefits of A123 or Lipo is the ability to start with a smaller AH pack and then expand. With the large format cells you pretty much
SO MUCH FUN!
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