(4)Here you go [image: Inline image 1] On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 6:35 PM, Wolf email@example.com [solectria_ev] < ... -- A&K Autographz!!! Jeffrey Gouveia Cell:
(3)Battery specs and dimensions: http://www.eco-aesc-lb.com/en/product/liion_ev/ I used pcad (paper cad) and drew out the max packing density for the battery
(16)Two pouch tabs are folded over under one set of studs to make the 2p base. Two of those are connected via the connection plates to another set in the opposite
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(5)Sorry about that, but I new I would regret not getting it... :) Re-using the full BMS is probably not going to be possible since I am going to reconfigure the
(9)Posted some photos to an album. The rusty photos are the old car. The non-rusty ones are the new glider. I pulled AC motor today and will start on the wiring
(11)If you have a Faraday shield for the motor connector I would be interested as mine doesn't have one.
(27)Hello Don, I never said anything about load testing cells much less at 2 volts. I said deplete the cell to 2.5 volts and then watch the voltage. If it
(3)Ah! good point. How is $2000 for the pair?
(7)That is a good idea... You might also need an inverter, if your laptop is like mine and only has a 5 min battery life. ;) Also, I think you might be the only
(9)The other 4 EPROMs came in today. So I got 5 for $15 including shipping... Just took a bit longer than expected. ;) I kind of forgot about Jameco... Haven't
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