I've got an alien esc and would like some flat batteries. Would it be a good idea to use 3 3s batteries in series.
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/stor ... duct=38300
What do you think the range would be? running single 63 mm 3,2 KW motor.
What is the deal with chargers? I mean damn!! I'm used to laptop batteries what should i get?
I've been looking at this one:
http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__ ... UINE_.html
Do i need a charger AND a balancer... and a powersource? (what is that)
Am i able to charger multiple batteries at a time (like 2 3s batteries)
I have seen that some boards have an indicator. I think it's a voltmeter... is it necessary... where do you get it?
What does antispark mean? how do i get it?
Thanks for answering our noob-questions
torqueboards wrote:Great. Thanks for the link. I say the next things we need to do is to add a smaller led rocker switch on/off versus the 150/300amp circuit breakers, BMS system/charging system.
drmacgyver wrote:A rocker switch is the one feature that I haven't seen yet. I'm surprised. There's a lot of really cool switches that would be fun to try, like this one: http://bit.ly/1mYJhKp. Something like this would look great and could be drilled and pressed flush into the deck. These are awesome too: http://bit.ly/1iwwNml
beto_pty wrote:Hi guys..
Will test the HV boat ESCs.. just to be clear the braking is generated by pushing the stick forward or by the absence of pulling back..
Hopefully it will allow throttle..(pulling back) coasting (neutral range) and braking (front push)... My destroyer build (viewtopic.php?f=35&t=58504) has a HV airplane esc and on Dynamic braking setup it doesnt really brake when i want it to.. it just throttles on pullback and brakes (100%) when I return to neutral or front... no coasting. This made me add band brakes as an alternative, but I might want to try having the ESC brakes and normal and the band brakes as a safety..
So I guess the point would be if the boat esc allows throttle..coasting.. and braking?
melodious wrote:So I've read this thread a few times to get myself situated on my 1st build and someone tell me if I've found a gap in information about longboards. The post says any board will work (specifically, any longboard). But, I've been browsing the various top brands of boards and some models (especially the landyachtz boards) have a deep drop between the trucks, which is great if your kicking, but is a hazard if you have electronics down there.
Maybe clearance doesn't matter, especially with large wheels that get the board situated higher (ala 4x4 monster truck). Anyone using such a style of board with no problems?
melodious wrote:Maybe clearance doesn't matter, especially with large wheels that get the board situated higher (ala 4x4 monster truck). Anyone using such a style of board with no problems?
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