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2279Re: [solectria_ev] Unloading some Solectria parts

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  • gjc0@aol.com
    Dec 4, 2006

      Are the Zivan NG3 chargers 120 volt or 240 volt models?

      Gary Carlson
      1992 Solectria Force 30,000 miles

      -----Original Message-----
      From: tmerrell2@...
      To: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 8:53 AM
      Subject: [solectria_ev] Unloading some Solectria parts

      I have some spare Solectria parts I am not going to use so I am going to
      offer them here and the E10 forum first. If there is no interest here, I'll
      probably ebay them.

      Here is the list:

      3 used DC30-500 motor controllers. (these are great for AC and PS motor
      controllers on high voltage E10s) $250 each or $650 for all three

      2 used Zivan NG3 chargers (They are set to charge at 288 volts, but can be
      reprogrammed to lower voltages by Greg McCrea) $350 each.

      1 like new UMOC 445TF motor controller (it is used but for only about 20
      miles under the watchful eyes of Azure employees. I purchased it from Azure
      when they upgraded a citivan to a DMOC. It works perfect and currently has a
      charge profile for an E10 truck. However, they are fairly easy to program
      and could easily be used in a Force as a much heavier duty upgrade from the
      original controller. $1350.) I'll even throw in a notebook computer perfect
      for programming a UMOC.

      1 set of front and rear battery boxes for an E10. ($300)

      1 heavy duty/light weight rear axle from a 1996 E10 ($250)

      If someone wants to make me an offer on everything, I am listening.

      Terry Merrell
      St. Louis, MO

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