I will have 12 x LiPo Zippy Flightmax 6S/8Ah from Hobbyking combined in a 18S ( 75V )/32Ah pack.wojtek wrote:Holy Moly! that is indeed a piece of art combined with perfect battery placement!
what battery solution are you going to go for? chemistry / v / ah ?
thanks Clarkclark wrote:awesome work adam, absolutely professional.
would love to know your sources/info for battery box, specific wiring#, and connections/plug/switches.
would be a great writeup post of its own, great for serious newbies like me. i've been trying to find it on ES but haven't stumbled upon it yet. i'm probably not looking in right places.
a-line awesome as well.
np,clark wrote:Cheers adam for info on battery plug and wiring. Sorry i looked at digikey and hobbyking, but couldn't find info about the 5 pin power outlet, fuse holder & which level power fuse do you use? Thanks again and in advance
hehe, I thought about it, but it is illegal in Canada.agniusm wrote:Better get red/blue for sure everyone will slowdown
All battery warmer pads are in series and they draw 70W on the battery. I placed in serie with my switch a module that will stop the current when the inside temperature go above 30 deg C. ( never happen in winter though ) The internal temperature is roughly 10 to 15 degree higher inside compare to outside. So far, I saw now sag at all. I also have 32 Ah available in this pack. ( I leave the heating on full time )madin88 wrote:this trike looks like a beast with this big tire
how does the battery warmer work (main battery?) and do you know how many watt hours it take to warm the battery from lets say 0 to 20 degree?
At my home we also have winter now and the battery sags a lot more than in summer. Less volts, capacity and so less usable watt hours.
thanks, actually, one guy in a car moved over and let me pass at night. I believe the flashing light was harassing him.jateureka wrote:Nice vid, love the flashing light pole - makes it look like a police vehicle! Do people move over to let you past?