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RE: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??

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  • David Harrington
    I have a NLG432 (6.6KW) that is programmed for NiMH that I am willing to part with if the price it right. -David From: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 31, 2013
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      I have a NLG432 (6.6KW) that is programmed for NiMH that I am willing to
      part with if the price it right.



      -David



      From: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com [mailto:solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com] On
      Behalf Of geo_homsy2
      Sent: Sunday, March 31, 2013 8:24 PM
      To: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??





      Hi all-

      I've been using my Force as a daily driver for three months now; got almost
      5000 miles on the new lithium pack! :)

      Here's the rub- My NLG4 is acting VERY weird and will not charge the
      batteries. It claims the battery voltage is EXACTLY DOUBLE what the battery
      voltage actually is. Looks like a processor or configuration issue. I have a
      very bad suspicion that it suffered a brain hemorrhage and now thinks it is
      an NLG414, instead of an NLG412.

      Additional clues: It has forgotten its serial number, and its date of
      manufacture. I expect it may have dropped the contents of the serial EEPROM
      on the processor board.

      I've been working on it for several days now, with no results.

      So, first question: Anyone have the correct EEPROM image? Or a spare
      processor board I can swap in? Or a spare processor board I can read the
      EEPROM image off?

      I'm desperate here, since I have no vehicle, I've had to get a rental car.

      So, second question: Does anyone have an extra NLG4, working or nonworking,
      to beg, borrow, or buy? If borrowed, it will obviously be returned when I
      get mine fixed.

      Please please PLEASE help if you can.

      Yours,

      //Geo
      99 Force





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    • paul dove
      Won t it let you charge manually like in section 5.1, 6.6 and 6.7? Pins 11 and 12 to +12 volts Pin 18 ground Pin 9 +12 volts Pin 10 ground
      Message 2 of 7 , Apr 1 6:52 AM
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        Won't it let you charge manually like in section 5.1, 6.6 and 6.7?

        Pins 11 and 12 to +12 volts
        Pin 18 ground
        Pin 9 +12 volts
        Pin 10 ground




        ________________________________
        From: geo_homsy2 <geo.homsy@...>
        To: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Sun, March 31, 2013 7:23:40 PM
        Subject: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??


        Hi all-

        I've been using my Force as a daily driver for three months now; got almost 5000
        miles on the new lithium pack! :)

        Here's the rub- My NLG4 is acting VERY weird and will not charge the batteries.
        It claims the battery voltage is EXACTLY DOUBLE what the battery voltage
        actually is. Looks like a processor or configuration issue. I have a very bad
        suspicion that it suffered a brain hemorrhage and now thinks it is an NLG414,
        instead of an NLG412.

        Additional clues: It has forgotten its serial number, and its date of
        manufacture. I expect it may have dropped the contents of the serial EEPROM on
        the processor board.

        I've been working on it for several days now, with no results.

        So, first question: Anyone have the correct EEPROM image? Or a spare processor
        board I can swap in? Or a spare processor board I can read the EEPROM image
        off?

        I'm desperate here, since I have no vehicle, I've had to get a rental car.

        So, second question: Does anyone have an extra NLG4, working or nonworking, to
        beg, borrow, or buy? If borrowed, it will obviously be returned when I get mine
        fixed.

        Please please PLEASE help if you can.

        Yours,

        //Geo
        99 Force




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      • EV
        CONTACT WOLF ON THIS LIST HE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU WITH A BD OR REPAIR ... From: paul dove Sent: Monday, April 01, 2013 5:05 PM To:
        Message 3 of 7 , Apr 2 7:34 AM
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          CONTACT WOLF ON THIS LIST HE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU WITH A BD OR REPAIR

          ----------------------------------------
          From: "paul dove" <dovepa@...>
          Sent: Monday, April 01, 2013 5:05 PM
          To: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: Re: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??



          Won't it let you charge manually like in section 5.1, 6.6 and 6.7?

          Pins 11 and 12 to +12 volts
          Pin 18 ground
          Pin 9 +12 volts
          Pin 10 ground

          ________________________________
          From: geo_homsy2 <geo.homsy@...>
          To: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Sun, March 31, 2013 7:23:40 PM
          Subject: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??

          Hi all-

          I've been using my Force as a daily driver for three months now; got almost 5000
          miles on the new lithium pack! :)

          Here's the rub- My NLG4 is acting VERY weird and will not charge the batteries.
          It claims the battery voltage is EXACTLY DOUBLE what the battery voltage
          actually is. Looks like a processor or configuration issue. I have a very bad
          suspicion that it suffered a brain hemorrhage and now thinks it is an NLG414,
          instead of an NLG412.

          Additional clues: It has forgotten its serial number, and its date of
          manufacture. I expect it may have dropped the contents of the serial EEPROM on
          the processor board.

          I've been working on it for several days now, with no results.

          So, first question: Anyone have the correct EEPROM image? Or a spare processor
          board I can swap in? Or a spare processor board I can read the EEPROM image
          off?

          I'm desperate here, since I have no vehicle, I've had to get a rental car.

          So, second question: Does anyone have an extra NLG4, working or nonworking, to
          beg, borrow, or buy? If borrowed, it will obviously be returned when I get mine
          fixed.

          Please please PLEASE help if you can.

          Yours,

          //Geo
          99 Force

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        • theoldcars
          I think sending to Wolf is the best or maybe the only option to fix your charger. The other would be to replace it. I have been hearing a lot of good feedback
          Message 4 of 7 , Apr 2 6:35 PM
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            I think sending to Wolf is the best or maybe the only option to fix your
            charger.

            The other would be to replace it.

            I have been hearing a lot of good feedback on the ElCon chargers and their
            pricing seems reasonable.

            I have no association with ElCon but if I was going to buy a charger I
            think it would be the one. Its also an isolated charger which is a plus.

            Curious has anyone bought a ElCon?

            Don Blazer


            In a message dated 4/2/2013 7:34:50 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
            ev@... writes:

            CONTACT WOLF ON THIS LIST HE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU WITH A BD OR REPAIR

            ----------------------------------------
            From: "paul dove" <_dovepa@..._ (mailto:dovepa@...) >
            Sent: Monday, April 01, 2013 5:05 PM
            To: _solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto:solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com)
            Subject: Re: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??

            Won't it let you charge manually like in section 5.1, 6.6 and 6.7?

            Pins 11 and 12 to +12 volts
            Pin 18 ground
            Pin 9 +12 volts
            Pin 10 ground

            ________________________________
            From: geo_homsy2 <_geo.homsy@..._ (mailto:geo.homsy@...) >
            To: _solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto:solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com)
            Sent: Sun, March 31, 2013 7:23:40 PM
            Subject: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??

            Hi all-

            I've been using my Force as a daily driver for three months now; got
            almost 5000
            miles on the new lithium pack! :)

            Here's the rub- My NLG4 is acting VERY weird and will not charge the
            batteries.
            It claims the battery voltage is EXACTLY DOUBLE what the battery voltage
            actually is. Looks like a processor or configuration issue. I have a very
            bad
            suspicion that it suffered a brain hemorrhage and now thinks it is an
            NLG414,
            instead of an NLG412.

            Additional clues: It has forgotten its serial number, and its date of
            manufacture. I expect it may have dropped the contents of the serial
            EEPROM on
            the processor board.

            I've been working on it for several days now, with no results.

            So, first question: Anyone have the correct EEPROM image? Or a spare
            processor
            board I can swap in? Or a spare processor board I can read the EEPROM
            image
            off?

            I'm desperate here, since I have no vehicle, I've had to get a rental car.

            So, second question: Does anyone have an extra NLG4, working or
            nonworking, to
            beg, borrow, or buy? If borrowed, it will obviously be returned when I get
            mine
            fixed.

            Please please PLEASE help if you can.

            Yours,

            //Geo
            99 Force


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          • Wolf
            I used this Appnote for the MicroWire Interface: http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/AppNotes/01023A.pdf Here is the content of the 93LC66 (512 byte
            Message 5 of 7 , Apr 3 5:23 PM
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              I used this Appnote for the MicroWire Interface:
              http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/AppNotes/01023A.pdf

              Here is the content of the 93LC66 (512 byte MicroWire EEPROM) in 2 pages:

              Note: This is from my spare charger for my truck, so it is programmed for
              144V... After programming the EEPROM, you will need to run NLG4 to
              reprogram it for 156V.

              Page1:
              Symbol Name Value Hex
              data "..."
              [0] '.' 0xFF
              [1] '.' 0xFF
              [2] '.' 0xFF
              [3] '.' 0xFF
              [4] '.' 0x06
              [5] '.' 0xA8
              [6] '>' 0x3E
              [7] '.' 0xE2
              [8] '.' 0xFF
              [9] '.' 0xFF
              [10] '.' 0xFF
              [11] '.' 0xFF
              [12] '.' 0xFF
              [13] '.' 0xFF
              [14] '.' 0xFF
              [15] '.' 0xFF
              [16] '.' 0xFF
              [17] '.' 0xFF
              [18] '.' 0xFF
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              [30] '.' 0xFF
              [31] '.' 0xFF
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              [34] '.' 0xFF
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              [84] '.' 0xFF
              [85] '.' 0xFF
              [86] '.' 0xFF
              [87] '.' 0xFF
              [88] '.' 0x88
              [89] 'b' 0x62
              [90] '.' 0x00
              [91] '.' 0x02
              [92] '.' 0xFF
              [93] '.' 0xFF
              [94] '.' 0x7F
              [95] '.' 0xFF
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              [97] '.' 0xC5
              [98] '.' 0x08
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              [100] 'N' 0x4E
              [101] '.' 0x9C
              [102] '.' 0x0C
              [103] 'q' 0x71
              [104] '.' 0x80
              [105] '.' 0xB2
              [106] '.' 0x00
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              [108] '<' 0x3C
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              [122] '.' 0x00
              [123] '.' 0x00
              [124] 'Z' 0x5A
              [125] 'S' 0x53
              [126] 'S' 0x53
              [127] '$' 0x24
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              [129] '3' 0x33
              [130] '.' 0x1C
              [131] '.' 0x04
              [132] '.' 0x00
              [133] '.' 0x00
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              [253] '.' 0xE6
              [254] '@' 0x40
              [255] '.' 0x00

              Page2:
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              data "..."
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              On Sun, Mar 31, 2013 at 7:23 PM, geo_homsy2 <geo.homsy@...> wrote:

              > **
              >
              >
              > Hi all-
              >
              > I've been using my Force as a daily driver for three months now; got
              > almost 5000 miles on the new lithium pack! :)
              >
              > Here's the rub- My NLG4 is acting VERY weird and will not charge the
              > batteries. It claims the battery voltage is EXACTLY DOUBLE what the battery
              > voltage actually is. Looks like a processor or configuration issue. I have
              > a very bad suspicion that it suffered a brain hemorrhage and now thinks it
              > is an NLG414, instead of an NLG412.
              >
              > Additional clues: It has forgotten its serial number, and its date of
              > manufacture. I expect it may have dropped the contents of the serial EEPROM
              > on the processor board.
              >
              > I've been working on it for several days now, with no results.
              >
              > So, first question: Anyone have the correct EEPROM image? Or a spare
              > processor board I can swap in? Or a spare processor board I can read the
              > EEPROM image off?
              >
              > I'm desperate here, since I have no vehicle, I've had to get a rental car.
              >
              > So, second question: Does anyone have an extra NLG4, working or
              > nonworking, to beg, borrow, or buy? If borrowed, it will obviously be
              > returned when I get mine fixed.
              >
              > Please please PLEASE help if you can.
              >
              > Yours,
              >
              > //Geo
              > 99 Force
              >
              >
              >



              --
              Wolf
              *wags his tail*
              www.wolftronix.com


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            • Newton Hausermann
              I have an elcon for the project i m working on and they had good service, i can t say how good as we have yet to have an issue with it. I called them up, took
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                I have an elcon for the project i'm working on and they had good service, i
                can't say how good as we have yet to have an issue with it. I called them
                up, took a few tries to get through to them (it's a small company) I was
                able to get the charger i wanted ordered and programmed within 10 minuets,
                it arrived well packaged and un damaged. The LED is just that... for
                changing the program/confirming your settings, it does it's job. For the $
                2 or 3 LED's or usb access would've been nice but I understand the hassel
                that is. I'm saying this from the perspective that $60 RC car chargers can
                do this. We don't have a ton of cycles on the charger, as were almost done
                with one vehicle and the other is very far out of balance so were charging
                it painfully slow with a DC powersupply because the eclon hits it with so
                much power the voltage on the high cells goes through the roof and the BMS
                kicks off the charger, brings the highs down within limit and then it kicks
                it off within minuets. No fault of the elcon unit though, as thats the
                charge curve we picked out and if the pack was in good shape I'm sure it
                would preform as it should. So the elcon is a good unit based off of my
                initial and limited use of it.

                Newton




                On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 9:35 PM, <theoldcars@...> wrote:

                > **
                >
                >
                > I think sending to Wolf is the best or maybe the only option to fix your
                > charger.
                >
                > The other would be to replace it.
                >
                > I have been hearing a lot of good feedback on the ElCon chargers and their
                > pricing seems reasonable.
                >
                > I have no association with ElCon but if I was going to buy a charger I
                > think it would be the one. Its also an isolated charger which is a plus.
                >
                > Curious has anyone bought a ElCon?
                >
                > Don Blazer
                >
                >
                > In a message dated 4/2/2013 7:34:50 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
                > ev@... writes:
                >
                > CONTACT WOLF ON THIS LIST HE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU WITH A BD OR REPAIR
                >
                > ----------------------------------------
                > From: "paul dove" <_dovepa@..._ (mailto:dovepa@...) >
                >
                > Sent: Monday, April 01, 2013 5:05 PM
                > To: _solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto:solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com)
                > Subject: Re: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??
                >
                > Won't it let you charge manually like in section 5.1, 6.6 and 6.7?
                >
                > Pins 11 and 12 to +12 volts
                > Pin 18 ground
                > Pin 9 +12 volts
                > Pin 10 ground
                >
                > ________________________________
                > From: geo_homsy2 <_geo.homsy@..._ (mailto:geo.homsy@...) >
                > To: _solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto:solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com)
                > Sent: Sun, March 31, 2013 7:23:40 PM
                > Subject: [solectria_ev] HELP! Any NLG4's for sale or loan??
                >
                > Hi all-
                >
                > I've been using my Force as a daily driver for three months now; got
                > almost 5000
                > miles on the new lithium pack! :)
                >
                > Here's the rub- My NLG4 is acting VERY weird and will not charge the
                > batteries.
                > It claims the battery voltage is EXACTLY DOUBLE what the battery voltage
                > actually is. Looks like a processor or configuration issue. I have a very
                > bad
                > suspicion that it suffered a brain hemorrhage and now thinks it is an
                > NLG414,
                > instead of an NLG412.
                >
                > Additional clues: It has forgotten its serial number, and its date of
                > manufacture. I expect it may have dropped the contents of the serial
                > EEPROM on
                > the processor board.
                >
                > I've been working on it for several days now, with no results.
                >
                > So, first question: Anyone have the correct EEPROM image? Or a spare
                > processor
                > board I can swap in? Or a spare processor board I can read the EEPROM
                > image
                > off?
                >
                > I'm desperate here, since I have no vehicle, I've had to get a rental car.
                >
                > So, second question: Does anyone have an extra NLG4, working or
                > nonworking, to
                > beg, borrow, or buy? If borrowed, it will obviously be returned when I get
                > mine
                > fixed.
                >
                > Please please PLEASE help if you can.
                >
                > Yours,
                >
                > //Geo
                > 99 Force
                >
                > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
                >
                >
                >


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