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Post by jateureka » Apr 08, 2010 12:15 am

Australian All Electric Vehicles – AAEV http://www.aaev.com.au/
PH:+61 (03) 97469648 Sales@aaev.com.au Factory 3, 10 Industrial Drive, Melton, Vic, 3337

CHITUMA Australia Pty Ltd http://www.chituma.com.au
3/6 , klauer st seaford . Ph: 03 9786 3982 1503 Ph: 0418 995 893

Currie Technologies Australia
• Address: Level 1, 141 Osborne Street, South Yarra, Victoria Australia 3141
• Telephone: (03) 9279 3973

Easybike Australia http://www.easybike-australia.com.au

Eco Wheels (Aust) Pty Ltd http://www.ecowheels.com.au Michael Solomon
• Address: 79 Gellibrand St, Clayfield BRISBANE QLD 4011
• Telephone: 0418 730 369 3862 2024

EdealsBargains http://www.edealsbargains.com.au
• Address: P. O. BOX 8331, Sunnybank 4109 , Brisbane, Queensland Australia 4109
• 19 LAVER STREET MACGREGOR, 4109, BRISBANE, QLD, AUSTRALIA
• Telephone: 0404-977-013 call Dean (number on eBay also)
Appears to be a Cylcone re-seller

eLation http://www.elationebikes.com.au
Margaret St Southport QLD

Electric Avenue Pty Ltd http://www.electric-avenue.com.au/ NO LONGER IN BUSINESS
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[Electric Bikes Oz[/b] http://www.electric-bike.com.au
• Address: Sydney, NSW Australia 2070 Telephone: 0413 262 400

Electric Scooter http://www.electricscooter.net.au/
order@electricscooter.net.au Phone: (02) 9319 4123

Electric Transport Australia http://www.electrictransportaustralia.com.au
2/53 George St, Rockdale, NSW 2216 Email: info@electrictransportaustralia.com.au

Electric Vehicles Pty Ltd / EVS http://www.evehicle.com.au
ADDRESS Unit 4, 1488 Ferntree Gully Road Knoxfield Victoria 3180 PH: 03 9763 6271

Electric Velocity Cyclery http://www.electricvelocity.com.au/
Ph: 1300 321 225

Electro Bikes / Lancaster Electric Vehicles http://www.electrobikes.com.au
11/58 Deshon Street, Woolloongabba QLD 4102 Phone: 1300 781 866

E-MTB Australia http://www.e-mtb.com.au/

EpacPower http://www.epacpower.com.au

eRider http://www.erider.com.au

EV Works http://www.evworks.com.au/
Formerly EV Power, sell car stuff but some batteries, chargers etc could be used in HD bikes

Ewheels Australia Pty Ltd http://www.ewheels.com.au
• Address: 9 Castella Street, Lilydale, Victoria Australia 3140 Telephone: 03 97359018

Extreme Cybershop in WA http://www.extremecybershop.com/

Ezy Commuter Pty Ltd http://www.ezycommuter.com.au
• Address: 2190 Gold Coast Hwy, Miami. Gold Coast QLD. Australia 4220
• Mobile: 0439263240

Gazelle http://www.gazellebicycles.com.au
made in Germany for Dutch market, around the $4500 mark

Good Concepts resellers for EVS
• Address: 26 Horan St West End BRISBANE Telephone: (07) 3844 6003

Green Probike / Orient Concepts http://www.greenprobike.com
(02) 9693 1829 or 0406 426 338 sales@greenprobike.com
Large warehouse at unit 11/10 Bradford St, Alexandria, NSW

Mr Motorised http://www.mrmotorised.com/contact.php
• 548 Glebe RD Adamstown (Newcastle), NSW Ph 0413 387 991

NavTrak
• Address: Unit 4, 43 Norma Road Myaree, Attadale, Western Australia Australia 6156
• Telephone: 08 9330 5055

Nope Electric Scooters / Electric Motion Concepts http://www.nope.com.au
• Address: 1/1055 Anne St Fortiude Valley BRISBANE
• Telephone: (03) 9279 3973

Nova Cruz Australia http://www.xootr.com.au.
• Address: Level 1, 141 Osborne Street, South Yarra, Victoria Australia 3141
• Telephone: (03) 9279 3973

Oatley Electronics http://secure.oatleyelectronics.com
kits and parts

Powabyke http://www.powabyke.com.au/
• po box 696 | north sydney | nsw | 2059 phone: 02 9929 6506 or 0414 473 067

Select Scootas http://www.eurekascoota.com.au/ecycles

Solar Bike http://www.solarbike.com.au

Tinasct Electric Bicycles
• 34 East Ave, Northfield, SA 5085
• Phone:(08) 8262 5672 Mobile:0403 437 803

The Bicycle Store http://www.bicyclestore.com.au/bikes/el ... bikes.html
18a Railway Street, Woy Woy NSW 2257

The Electric Bicycle Co Pty Ltd (TEBCO) http://www.electricbicycle.com.au
• Address: Unit 15 / 91 Tulip St, Cheltenham, Vic Australia 3192
• Telephone: 03 9584 3000

Value-E-Bikes http://www.value-e-bikes.com.au
1/3 Commerce Ct, Noosaville QLD PH 07 54555672
Great prices!

Wisper Electric Bicycles http://wisper.com.au web site does not work!!
Brighton-le-sands , NSW 2216 Ph 0410594267

Zega Pty Ltd http://www.zega.com.au 03 9563 3200

wwwoz-ebikescomau http://oz-ebikes.com.au/

eBay ID: e-dittoditto located in Melbourne and China
eBay ID: Aussie_battery
Located in Sydney. Were starting to sell e-bikes with 24V 9Ah LiFePO batteries

eBay ID: baysidebargaincentre
Located in Frankston VIC. Sell brake parts for Chituma, throttles, batteries, etc.

eBay ID = artstuffs
GreenProBike / Orient Concepts Pty Limited, sales@greenprobike.com Tony at 0406 426 338.

eBay ID: tangstar168 eBay store: Powercycle Australia
Powercycle Australia , 20 Scoresby Road, Bayswater, VIC 3153
tangstar168@yahoo.com.au

eBay ID: arminpauza
Lithium Batteries Australia email info@lifebatt.com.au or call on +61 4 20948757 (international) or 0420948757 (local).

eBay ID: motawizza
warehouse is in Victoria at 429 Albert st Brunswick open 8-4 mon - sat
Contact ph 03 9388 0082 Mobiles -- Jack 0425 159422 Alex 0425 66728 Email Motawizza@gmail.com
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E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
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Post by voicecoils » Apr 08, 2010 3:20 am

Here's two more:

Stealth Electric Bikes: http://stealthelectricbikes.com.au/
  • Located in Springvale, Victoria
Glow Worm Bicycles: http://glowwormbicycles.com.au/
Located at 117 Addison Road, Marrickville, Sydney
  • They sell lithium powered commuter focused ebikes that come with racks, fenders, lights and removable lockable battery packs.
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Post by jateureka » Apr 08, 2010 6:28 am

Wow, those Stealth bikes are something else, but at $5490 for the Fighter 1.2kW bty 2kW motor and $6990 for the Bomber 1.5kW bty 3kW motor they'd want to be. They definitely fill the niche between electric MTB and electric dirtbike though.

ReNew magazine issue 111 had an article on e-bikes, which is where those Stealth prices and specs are listed. A good read if you are looking at buying and want a quick reference of kit weights, etc.
E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter

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Post by jateureka » May 09, 2010 7:57 pm

eBay seller greenewheels
This vendor said I've missed a few from my list, but unfortunately they haven't updated the post.
E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter


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Post by daddz » Jul 19, 2010 11:43 pm

in my experience, i would not deal with
Electric Transport Australia http://www.electrictransportaustralia.com.au
2/53 George St, Rockdale, NSW 2216 Email: info@electrictransportaustralia.com.au
my wheel lasted about 15kays, been almost a year now and he wont even respond to a court order for its return. thats the wrong address too, he lives in albury, you will find, if you dig, that he has done the same to a lot of people.besides that. its only a golden motor, go direct save almost 45%.
a 45 cent part needs replacing, yet he wont and even refused to return my wheel so i can get it fixed :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :evil: :evil: :evil:
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Post by Hyena » Aug 01, 2010 9:30 pm

They're actually not golden motors, atleast the one I got from them wasn't. They may look similar but they're different inside.
I too had one fail spontaneously with probably even less ks on it than that. I had a customer that was after an ebike in a hurry so I bought from them as they are local to me. I put the bike together, tested it and it ran fine. I took it for 2 road tests the next day and it was also fine then a few days later when guy came to collect it is suddenly wouldn't go. Certainly not good for business! :|

If you're also in the local area I may be able to fix it for you. For under $100 you can get a new sensorless controller that will quickly have it up and running again. It sucks having to spend more money I know, but It'd be cheaper that taking legal action against them and atleast it gets you back on the road...
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Post by daddz » Aug 02, 2010 7:10 am

Hyena wrote:They're actually not golden motors, atleast the one I got from them wasn't. They may look similar but they're different inside.
I too had one fail spontaneously with probably even less ks on it than that. I had a customer that was after an ebike in a hurry so I bought from them as they are local to me. I put the bike together, tested it and it ran fine. I took it for 2 road tests the next day and it was also fine then a few days later when guy came to collect it is suddenly wouldn't go. Certainly not good for business! :|

If you're also in the local area I may be able to fix it for you. For under $100 you can get a new sensorless controller that will quickly have it up and running again. It sucks having to spend more money I know, but It'd be cheaper that taking legal action against them and atleast it gets you back on the road...
and he wont even respond to a court order for its return. he knows that im a battler on a disabled pension and limited funds, he was so full of promises and everything else, and yet,
yet he wont and even refused to return my wheel so i can get it fixed
i have lost count of the phone calls i have made trying to get it fixed or returned, im guessing around $125 in calls to his answering service. but why refuse when i did get them on the phone in one of my last attempts.
almost 12 months it has taken me to recover from that financial blow. tea leaf plain and simple :| oh he also knew that i am disabled and was planning to use the bike to attend the kids first season of cricket last summer. i walked to and from one game and spent the next 3 in bed.
if ya dont care about money buy from him, but if you like to have what you pay for :roll: then avoid him :wink:
still have the printed out emails here somewhere, along with a copy expenses incurred till that time. if and when i get the strength and money, i will get him into court :P
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Post by Hyena » Aug 02, 2010 7:18 am

Oh he still has your gear ?
Do you have any of it left at all or did he take the lot back ?
Are you in Sydney, check your PM, I'll hook you up with something :)
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Post by jateureka » Oct 13, 2010 6:26 pm

Anyone dealt with Value-E-Bikes / ezigo
1/3 Commerce Ct, Noosaville QLD PH 07 54555672

They seem to have good prices on basic kits and spare parts
http://www.value-e-bikes.com.au/BatteriesAndParts.htm
http://www.value-e-bikes.com.au/BikeParts.htm
E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
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Post by daddz » Oct 18, 2010 2:24 am

they look ok, i checked them out ages back, but they have expanded a bit more i see. might be a good way to start, but if your a bit handy i would say buy a cyclone, mine is pretty good. just remember you get what you pay for.
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Post by pcarlson79 » Nov 29, 2010 8:41 pm

daddz wrote:in my experience, i would not deal with
Electric Transport Australia http://www.electrictransportaustralia.com.au
That's odd. I bought my 36v 500w kit from him back in 2009. I drove to albury and paid cash and I've now done 4158km. The speed controller blew up, he replaced under warranty, speed controller wires melted, I replaced with a good Kelly controller. But as for the motor, I have been pushing 1400watts into this baby for a year and the motor has taken it all. Rain, hail or shine this motor rocks.

But now with conhismotors I am thinking it's time for an upgrade.

For others, here are the details of the guy from my iPhone. Hope this helps.

Electric Transport Australia
Adam Wright
02 6021 4307
954 Metry Street
ALBURY, NSW 2640

When returning Parts:
ET Aus
300 Weidner Crescent,
ALBURY, NSW 2640

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Post by jateureka » Mar 02, 2011 8:51 pm

Power Cor Pushies - http://powercorpushies.com.au/wisper.html
sell Wisper and Peak Hour e-bikes.
Located at Brighton Le Sands NSW, M 0410 594 267
E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter

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Post by voicecoils » Mar 04, 2011 2:13 am

jateureka wrote:Power Cor Pushies - http://powercorpushies.com.au/wisper.html
sell Wisper and Peak Hour e-bikes.
Located at Brighton Le Sands NSW, M 0410 594 267
Glow Worm Bicycles is now the exclusive Australian distributor for Wisper bikes, carrying the current range as well as spares for previous year models. Contact details in the earlier post.

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Post by Hyena » Mar 04, 2011 3:30 am

voicecoils wrote:Glow Worm Bicycles is now the exclusive Australian distributor for Wisper bikes
What does that mean if someone else is selling them too ? I'm not trying to be an arse, just curious. Is the other mob grey importing them or without the 'official dealer' status from wisper ?
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Post by jateureka » Mar 04, 2011 5:25 am

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E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter

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Post by voicecoils » Mar 04, 2011 6:23 am

Hyena wrote:
voicecoils wrote:Glow Worm Bicycles is now the exclusive Australian distributor for Wisper bikes
What does that mean if someone else is selling them too ? I'm not trying to be an arse, just curious. Is the other mob grey importing them or without the 'official dealer' status from wisper ?
It probably means they have old stock from a few years ago. I've seen several 2007 and 2008 models that have been sold previously from other dealers. Wisper Bikes only sell through their dealers, explained here:
http://www.wisperbikes.com/Export-enquiries.php

Grey imports don't really make economic sense in this situation since no one is buying directly from a factory (a grey importer would just be buying from a international dealer which got them from Wisper originally).

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Post by voicecoils » Mar 04, 2011 6:39 am

jateureka wrote:So, do you work for Glow Worm Bicycles?
Yes, it's not a secret if you've followed my posts 8)

However my posts on E-S under my username are entirely my own views, written in my own time and do not necessarily represent the views or positions of my employers :D

Glow Worm Bicycles has been open for just about a year now, but I've been a member of E-S since 2007.

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Post by sphere » Mar 07, 2011 2:14 am

does anyone know what happened to Zega Scooter Shop? The websites www.zegascootershop.com.au and www.zega.com.au have gone offline and the phone number is giving a 'not connected' message.

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Post by jateureka » Mar 07, 2011 6:20 am

Sorry, don't know about Zega

Commute Pty Ltd http://www.commute.net.au and http://www.commuteptyltd.bikeit.com.au Ph 02 9908 3931, 324a Military Road, Mosman NSW
sell a range of e-bikes including Wisper, Gette (looks like direct crank drive similar to Aprilia Enjoy), Ultra Motor A2B, Panther and EZPro.
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E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter

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Post by voicecoils » Mar 21, 2011 5:10 am

jateureka wrote: Commute Pty Ltd http://www.commute.net.au and http://www.commuteptyltd.bikeit.com.au Ph 02 9908 3931, 324a Military Road, Mosman NSW
sell a range of e-bikes including Wisper (not an authorised dealer), Gette (looks like direct crank drive similar to Aprilia Enjoy), Ultra Motor A2B, Panther and EZPro.
Commute is an authorised dealer of Glow Worm Bicycles to sell Wisper bikes.

All of our eZee and Wisper dealers can be found here:

http://glowwormbicycles.com.au/dealers

We supply our dealers with stock and support them with spare parts, warranty claims & technical support.

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Post by jateureka » Mar 22, 2011 4:07 pm

OK, getting a bit confusing, considering the other comments by voicecoils, and Commute are not listed on the Wisper web site.
E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter

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Post by voicecoils » Mar 22, 2011 8:00 pm

jateureka wrote:OK, getting a bit confusing...
Sorry to confuse, here's how it works:

Wisper has international dealers for each country. That dealer is the sole importer (and should probably be described simply as the importer!).

Glow Worm is the importer for Australia and we sell our bikes through local dealers. That's why our dealers are listed on our website but not on Wisper's site. Wisper only lists us as we are the importer for Australia.

Whether you buy a bike from our retail shop or from one of our dealers, the price the same as well as the bike's 2 year battery & motor warranty.

Many international companies have a similar distribution network.

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Post by jateureka » Mar 22, 2011 9:05 pm

:) Thank you for clarifying.
E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter

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Re: Australia - resources for e-bikes, kits and parts

Post by jateureka » Mar 30, 2011 4:07 pm

Goldcross Cycles now selling Flight e-bikes and spares, including what looks like the HP8024L charger, NiMh and Lithium batteries, throttles with battery LED status, hub motors (Bafang?) with stainless spokes and 26/700c rims, etc.
http://www.goldcross.com.au/online-stor ... px?id=9207
E-bikes: Bafang 8FUN; Mac; Ezee; FreeGo; Ibosa; Aprilia; eLation V2; TerraTrike recumbent
E-motorbikes: ZEV 7100 LR scooter, 84V 60Ah LiFePO4; Pending upgrades = Throttle Tamer & battery capacity meter.
ZERO 2011 S motorcycle, 51.8V 70Ah LiMno2, 2012 headlight, w'screen; Pending upgrades = Kilovac EV-200 contactor and 14 x Leaf modules for 132Ah pack
E-mower: EGO 56V mower & line trimmer
E-Power: 3.3kW solar array and Xantrax grid tie inverter

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