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by parabellum
Jun 25 2019 4:42pm
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: High Voltage high current DC power supply
Replies: 13
Views: 811

Re: High Voltage high current DC power supply

Nice find.
Did someone try to run it on 120AC for <2000W out?
Original specs are 85-300AC <17A input, I wonder if any mode was done to the input /AC side by the seller.
by parabellum
May 16 2019 9:52pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Modifying a shunt with controlled results
Replies: 58
Views: 18767

Re: Modifying a shunt with controlled results

I have some switches, but they are common ones rated at 16A. But I need at least 21A, because the two shunts give me 42A total. But I will give it a try anyway, because I rarely use full throttle it's already very powerful even on quarter throttle. Why do you need a switch? If you remove or cut 1 s...
by parabellum
Apr 26 2019 10:38am
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: Nucular electronics - complete kit for ev! [beta]
Replies: 762
Views: 65519

Re: Nucular electronics - complete kit for ev! [beta]

VasiliSk, are there any future plans to code in ACIM motor support/algorithm? :)
by parabellum
Apr 23 2019 6:09pm
Forum: E-Bike Non-hub Motor Drives
Topic: OpenEMoto
Replies: 87
Views: 11359

Re: OpenEMoto

trazor wrote:
Apr 02 2019 1:16am
take some build techniques that don't require expensive tooling.
Amazing performance with such simple hand tools! Your video definitively is a source of inspiration to me. Thanks for taking time!
by parabellum
Mar 23 2019 3:18pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: APL's DIY axial-flux motor
Replies: 708
Views: 32527

Re: APL's DIY axial-flux motor

Nice project!
cut that will direct air onto the center of the coils, in either direction of rotation
Do you think they will work that way? Maybe more like centrifugal fan, despite the scoops?
by parabellum
Mar 23 2019 2:50pm
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: Yet another 18650 battery build.
Replies: 77
Views: 5834

Re: Yet another 18650 battery build.

With BMS you don't know what is going on until your pack is not working. I don't trust BMS boards made in China and I'm definitely not paranoid if comes to Li-ion batteries. Except it is BT BMS that has a big display and BT connection to your Android to show you more then your testers will ever show.
by parabellum
Mar 21 2019 9:28am
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: LiFePo4 starter battery BMS with only 2 leads?
Replies: 20
Views: 806

Re: LiFePo4 starter battery BMS with only 2 leads?

You might be able to just add some shunt resistor across the existing ones to increase the trip point. As long as you don't crank for too long, it shouldn't overheat. Some circuits come with a thermostatic switch to kill output if it overheats. Yea, that is nice suggestion I will use on my next bat...
by parabellum
Mar 20 2019 6:25pm
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: LiFePo4 starter battery BMS with only 2 leads?
Replies: 20
Views: 806

Re: LiFePo4 starter battery BMS with only 2 leads?

P.S. Having a BMS did already saved the battery one time as I forgot to switch off the car after doing some screwing around, then after 3 days I just got a discharged and not dead battery, happy to not have listened to those "you do not need BMS screamers" :D
by parabellum
Mar 20 2019 6:13pm
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: LiFePo4 starter battery BMS with only 2 leads?
Replies: 20
Views: 806

Re: LiFePo4 starter battery BMS with only 2 leads?

I got this BMS: https://www.banggood.com/4S-100A-12V-LiFePo4-18650-Battery-Cell-BMS-Protection-Board-Balance-With-Cable-p-1217848.html?rmmds=search&cur_warehouse=CN But it requires separate lead for charge and for drain. My scooter only has positive and negative, so I don't think I can use the BMS....
by parabellum
Mar 06 2019 4:49am
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: Build your own charger
Replies: 153
Views: 10363

Re: Build your own charger

I have similar DC-DC converter and i have plan to make 24v 5-6A charger. Do you recommend mosfet replacing or i can leave default ones because my charger will use only 150-200W ? You do not need any modification on those converters in this case. I personally would not go over 75% of rated specs for...
by parabellum
Jan 18 2019 10:18am
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: Fuse-wire for individual cells, DIY Tesla style
Replies: 118
Views: 20578

Re: Fuse-wire for individual cells, DIY Tesla style

I do have a close contact who is has a skilled hand and does circuit board repair. I will probably show it to him and see what he thinks. I DO NOT have the skill to attempt it! Should all rescue attempts fail, you could disconnect 1 cell from every series in this module (I suppose those modules are...
by parabellum
Dec 01 2018 2:17pm
Forum: E-Scooter and Motorcycle General Discussion
Topic: BRD RedShift electric motorcycles
Replies: 91
Views: 15492

Re: BRD RedShift electric motorcycles

https://electricmotorcycle.com/alta-motors/ I don't know what year, here's a pic from the Alta forum https://endless-sphere.com/forums/download/file.php?id=242017 That solution is kind of weird. They end with 2 fuses on each cell, unnecessary raising resistance of the pack. Looks like bad engineeri...
by parabellum
Oct 09 2018 8:31pm
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: Build your own charger
Replies: 153
Views: 10363

Re: Build your own charger

Nice Setup. Thanks. It is just such a nice upgrade, after annoying fan action of previous set-up. Can charge any time, anywhere now. As long as can still get 15A out of it and not cost too much. You can look at HLG-600H. They are not super cheap but I have a pile of broken standard CCCV chargers th...
by parabellum
Oct 06 2018 2:05pm
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: Build your own charger
Replies: 153
Views: 10363

Re: Build your own charger

Sealed and potted = NOT serviceable. No thanks! And that is how your setup could look like :D 10. This series meets the typical life expectancy of >62,000 hours of operation when Tcase, particularly tc point (or TMP, per DLC), is about 75 °C or less. see .pdf and about 100,000hrs if Tcase is under ...
by parabellum
Aug 22 2018 10:49pm
Forum: E-Scooter and Motorcycle Photos & Videos
Topic: Suzuki GSX-R e899 K2
Replies: 376
Views: 45683

Re: Suzuki GSX-R e899 K2

Rovii wrote:
Aug 20 2018 1:05am
Well I use the time in between to sattle new top speed records with my second toy :

Nice. Do you have a video someone filming you riding? I just can not understand how it could work in sitting position.
by parabellum
Aug 19 2018 12:32am
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: Duyunov wheel-hub motor
Replies: 66
Views: 6668

Re: Duyunov wheel-hub motor

No one has any doubt that your motor spins and can propulse some kind of vehicle. Unfortunately, graph-vice "Duyunov", in explanation of technology I have seen, is referring to fixed frequency, voltage curves and advantages of "Slavyanka" in this case, where in propulsion paradigm asynchronous motor...
by parabellum
Aug 18 2018 7:00pm
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: Duyunov wheel-hub motor
Replies: 66
Views: 6668

Re: Duyunov wheel-hub motor

First QS72V2000W 15.7kg/12.3kg Second QS48V800W 11kg/8kg In this video you can see the data on the rim of the wheel https://youtu.be/6AJtvGOYHUs These electric motors we compare with our wheel-hub motor 318 diameter. (Hanging on the wall) 20000W 20kg Wait for details I wonder how to compare 2kW (ev...
by parabellum
Aug 15 2018 9:13am
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: Duyunov wheel-hub motor
Replies: 66
Views: 6668

Re: Duyunov wheel-hub motor

d7500 Rated output 7.5W (I think an error, need to write 7.5kW) Max output 10,000W DA-90S Rated power 3 kW Maximum in peak to 20 seconds 9,4 kW Is it possible to compare them? That is why I am asking, those are 2 motors, offered by same supplier, with similar dimensions, same mounting topology, for...
by parabellum
Aug 14 2018 10:59am
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: Duyunov wheel-hub motor
Replies: 66
Views: 6668

Re: Duyunov wheel-hub motor

No. I specified. Under the link, the old data, some of them on the electric motor of a different power. Correct data Rated power 3 kW Maximum in peak to 20 seconds 9,4 kW Max. Peak moment at 350A - 74Nm Voltage 72V (60-85V recommended) Weight 10.5 kg Ok. So how is DA-90S motor better than d7500 BLD...
by parabellum
Aug 14 2018 8:23am
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: Duyunov wheel-hub motor
Replies: 66
Views: 6668

Re: Duyunov wheel-hub motor

Yes. I clarify now - this is the data of a serial or test electric motor. I will write later. Rated power 3kW Power in peak about 9kW Voltage 72V Let me try to organize what you said. 1. Original series produced motor you took as base is 3kW rated, 9kW peak and works on 72V. 2. Slavyanka mod of for...
by parabellum
Aug 13 2018 8:04pm
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: Duyunov wheel-hub motor
Replies: 66
Views: 6668

Re: Duyunov wheel-hub motor

So is this exact same motor from http://www.eastgem.net/da-90.html or is it some other modification?
How much does a matched and programmed kit costs, DA-90S+Kelly KAC7230H?
by parabellum
Aug 13 2018 10:48am
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: Duyunov wheel-hub motor
Replies: 66
Views: 6668

Re: Duyunov wheel-hub motor

skazburg wrote:
Aug 12 2018 12:57pm
Friends, if anyone wants to order an electric motor DA90S with a winding "Slavyanka", write to me.
Do you have a specs. sheet for this modded motor?
by parabellum
Aug 01 2018 3:40pm
Forum: E-Vehicles General Discussion
Topic: Wind and Solar vs Coal, Gasoline, Nuclear
Replies: 5251
Views: 209041

Re: Wind and Solar vs Coal, Gasoline, Nuclear

My concern is the ER/EI of solar PV in Germany performing at 4:1. Other studies have it no higher than 7 worldwide. If the best we can do for the creation of energy is an ER/EI of 4 (even 7) That is what wiki says, backed by several linked studies: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_returned_on_e...
by parabellum
Aug 01 2018 9:15am
Forum: E-Vehicles General Discussion
Topic: Wind and Solar vs Coal, Gasoline, Nuclear
Replies: 5251
Views: 209041

Re: Wind and Solar vs Coal, Gasoline, Nuclear

If anyone does not think these reserchers are in the ball park can you show us where they went wrong? They probably didn’t, in their paradigm. But, today is 2018, not 2013 (think PV prices evolution for ex.) and it is not Germany everywhere in the world (there are to many far better places in the w...
by parabellum
Jul 28 2018 12:33pm
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: bluetooth BMS?
Replies: 1124
Views: 97671

Re: bluetooth BMS?

jumpjack wrote:
Jul 28 2018 11:48am
I see there are some firmwares around, for BT BMS.
Is there any opensource firmware available for this BMS?
It is even worse, there are same type Bms's that only work with its own tier of software. Open source would be so nice, I already miss some settings.