988Re: [force_ev] Any priced chargers?
- Jul 1 8:59 AMThanks for the feedback. You helped me confirm my decision to get the Zivan, in that I have new flooded batteries and the price was less than $1000, with the temp compensation.
Aaron Birenboim <aaron@...> wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, cfrkeepr wrote:IMOHO, the Zivan has a nasty finish-charge algorithm, and
>>Are there any reasonable chargers to be had? Please help me.
> When I needed a new charger three years ago, I was tempted to try building
> my own. But I ended up buying a Zivan NG-3; it was under a thousand
> dollars. I don't know if it is still available, but the user's manual
> lists two U.S. dealers:
> Electric Conversions
> 215 14th Street
> Sacramento, CA 95814
> (916) 441-4161
> Zapi Inc.
> 6220 Angus Drive Street 102
> Raleigh, NC 27613
> (919) 789-4588
> Rob Landry
will shorten the life of anything but flooded batteries.
Might want to check if Zapi has chips to provide gentler
There was a canadian company (forgetting the name) that
has a well-respected charger, but they max-out at 72v.
If you have an old 144v system, you could get two of them.
They had q in their name or something (NOT Soneil)
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