This morning i started to combine all my 22.2V lipo's onto two 6P packs.
My working table like all hobbiest....messy
All packs desoldered , becaue they were first connected two in serie. and now i had to make them single again.
Then made 2 packs of 6P
I made the 6S balance boards
and then connected and tested the min-max voltage between the lowest and highest cell.
and pack 2
also checked the 18.5 pack
so with all 4 packs i'm ready to build them in...didn't know if it will fit the coverseat...
They all fitted well. did a short test and noticed that the controller shutsdown.
i think the voltage was to high because of the fully loaded lipo's
the total voltage was almost 90Volts...so i removed my smallest pack of 14.8V
Which resulted in a total of 72 volts.
I went for a little test run and noticed the torque power and the acceleration!
Wow...but when i wanted to test the speed it stopped around 46km/h
The controller shuts down momentarely and then i could drive again.
it's like if the voltage was dropped because of the power it took form the lipo's
didn't tested that.. but i think when you have full power out of those lipo's
the voltage goes down to (22 + 22 + 18 = 62V) maybe even lower...that's why the controller
cuts of the power to protect it.
Is there a way to avoid that auto shut down ? Can i set the LVC to a lower point ?
I looked at the infineon thread howto do that but my PCB is not simmilar to that one.
I will give it another spin tommorrow .then i will retry it with all the packs.
I discharged the 14.8 pack so that the total output of all four will not be too high.
Keep you posted.