Poweralti wrote:That's is cool, the next is mount in the carbon the ronin precisión trucks, and study New placement of the motor housing and increase the power of this, always taking advantage of electronic Skateboard evolve, it would be exciting to have more torque, cornering safety and a tip speed of at least 60 km / h, exciting !! !
Inner height of bamboo case is 20mm....so not enough room for face centered cubic packing (offset) which would require around 35mm (0.886 x 18.3) + 18.3what about the height of the bamboo enclosure? is there a way for triangual dense stacking?
Yeah, definitely better than the stock battery! Would you still recommend using the Panasonic 18650Bs?otherwise you are probably limited to a 10S3P battery with that kind of room to work with - which is about 10Ah = 50% more than stock!
yea, like on the picture I made for you: 3parallel cells, organized in 2x 5S packs! youll have to check the voltage on the original balancer connector and just wire it in the same way (11 cables, basically in ascending/descending order from left or right -> each neighoring pin-pair should read a voltage of 3.7Vish)! connector has a 2mm pin layout - should be easy to find something like that!narrowpath wrote:Thanks for the replies! Looks like I'll go with the one of the batteries you suggested. Any recommendations on the best way to layout/connect the 10 x 3 packs and 11 balance wires so I can use the Evolve Bamboo stock BMI?
What wires would be used for charging this Pack (with a evolve charger) without the use of a BMS ,.. B0 and B10 ?whitepony wrote:what about the height of the bamboo enclosure? is there a way for triangual dense stacking?
otherwise you are probably limited to a 10S3P battery with that kind of room to work with - which is about 10Ah = 50% more than stock!
Ok so B0 and B10 would each have 2 wires each , 1 going to (jst connector) and 1 to (Evolve Charger plug) correct ?whitepony wrote:you can charge the whole pack at once with main +- (basically B0 and B10, but wires that can take 4-6A) or by charging each parallel pack individually with a charger on balancing port.