Re: [solectria_ev] E-10 loses power
- View SourceAnyone know what a good substitute is? Am I redesigning my truck with
new controllers and new motors. I cannot drive if it completely quits
--- arthur marquardt <inominate@...> wrote:
> Steve:____________________________________________________________________________________Ready for the edge of your seat?
> So sorry about your controller! The pin idea sounds good if you have
> and ohmmeter try disassembling the housing and ohming from the rear
> of the sub D connector to the rear of the mating sub D connector.
> This is a little involved but will tell you for sure if corrosion is
> a problem or not. I do not know of a source for AMC 325s everybody
> wants one as they work in both the E-10 and the Force. Azure formerly
> Solectria doesn't service them anymore according to my understanding.
> Even more good luck,
> Continued testing. I swapped the controllers around. The suspected
> bad one does not work on either motor and the probably good one
> I have a bad controller.
> The good controller, now labelled 'A' has no identification on it,
> except "Solectria". The suspected bad one, identifiable by the
> corrosion all it, says AMC325.
> Any recommendations on how I should procede?
> Fix or replace?
> If replace, what brand and model?
> Gods!! do that actually cost $6000. Can you even buy them any more?
> I found another possibility that perhaps the female 9-pin connector
> corroded. I will try cleaning that up.
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- View SourceActually the minimum recommended pack voltage for the DMOC445 is 144 volts and I think it will operate down to at least 120 volts. I have 2 DMOC445s right now one for a 156 volt car and the other for a 168 volt car.
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