Hi, I haven't tried the converter with the TSDZ2, and I only played around with it on my Bafang right before I swapped to the TSDZ2. I bought the converter because the BBS01b cadence dropped off horribly as the battery discharged ... something the TSDZ2 does not do as much running the open source firmware.twiersum wrote: ↑Nov 29 2019 10:41amMctubster
Did the converter work well? I had tried something similar but it didnt work. I would love to find a converter that could work in the 3.0-4.2v range so we can just run batteries in parrallel which is much simpler and less prone to failure. Plus you could have any size pack you want based on space.
I also notice the power fade a lot whrn my battery gets low and I have to run boost because lvl 1 & 2 are too weak.
Boost converters work well when there is a relatively small gap between the battery output and desired output.
I would think there could be other issues running a lot of cells in parallel without isolating during charge, not to mention boosting this voltage at high currents efficiently would be difficult and expensive.
What is wrong with series/parallel?
What was the issue you had with your converter?