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Re: [solectria_ev] Re: Dc Converter

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    IF YOU HAVE THE OLDER UNIT THE SENSE LINES MAY NOT BE CONNECTED TO THE VICOR UNIT INSIDE ALSDOES THE NEW UNIT HAVE THE 13.2V MOD? THE MOD HELPS WITH BRIGHTER
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      IF YOU HAVE THE OLDER UNIT THE SENSE LINES MAY NOT BE CONNECTED TO THE VICOR UNIT INSIDE ALSDOES THE NEW UNIT HAVE THE 13.2V MOD? THE MOD HELPS WITH BRIGHTER LIGHTS ETC

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      From: cbliss@...
      Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 11:59 PM
      To: solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [solectria_ev] Re: Dc Converter



      If it is Vicor, they will typically run at lower voltages. If you are
      getting sag because you are running in excess of what the vicor is
      rated for, you can add a booster or two to the Vicor(s) that are
      installled.

      On Sat, 01 Jun 2013 03:28:53 -0000, William S wrote:

      I should add that the specification was the data placed on
      the box provided by Solectria. I have not looked at the spec of the (I
      assume) Vicor unit. Normally Vicor just gives a voltage input range.

      --- In solectria_ev@yahoogroups.com, "William S" wrote:
      >
      > I purchased a DC/DC converter for my E-10, where the existing output
      > voltage sags under the load at nighttime, with lights and brake
      > lights on. The specification on the purchased converter is 200-400 v
      > input range,and nominal of 312. The nominal voltage on my truck is
      > 228 (19 each of 12 volt batteries). I am wondering if I made a
      > mistake, since my nominal voltage is 84 volts less. Thanks in advance.
      >

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