daveyjones97 wrote:i know a noob has no place giving out advice but my understanding was its current as much as volts that kill people. since thats a no win trade off if you want any meaningful performance teach kids about the importance of keeping weight down and everything well adjusted and lubed so the watts you can get arent wasted. and maybe some sort of press switch in line with the battery on the left bar so if youre not riding or holding the switch there's no current. good work, teaching kids this stuff is what i'd do if i had any spare time, as it is i have young kids myself.
amberwolf wrote:Wherever you break the circuit, you do still end up with the full potential across the actual break.
Some important safety practices:
•Remove or cover belt buckle
•Wear safety glasses
•Wear rubber-soled shoes
•It is recommended to wear class 0 isolation gloves (leather outside, rubber inside), which are rated up to 1000V (Fig. 5)
•Know where the components are located in the hybrid system and follow all precautions
Arlo1 wrote:Another sugestion list I could use from you guys is cheep things we can build.... Like where do we look for cheep motors, controllers, batteries etc.?
Gordo wrote:Arlo1 wrote:Another sugestion list I could use from you guys is cheep things we can build.... Like where do we look for cheep motors, controllers, batteries etc.?
So I don't forget, there is a golfcart motor and to rear axles in my back yard you can have.
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