dnmun wrote:48Vlifepo4 is 58-59V fully charged and the 36V is 45V DC fully charged so it was about 100-105V DC.
I am getting familiar with this set up. I think the autonomy should be higher,
I checked the voltages after several hours battery connected to the charger (even after charger stopped charging):
- the voltage measured at the charger output is 53.6V
- the battery voltage is also 53.6V at the end of charge
- the powermeter shows a bit less - 53,4V
I seek for advice : the battery datasheet mentions a
"Charge Voltage limit" of 54.6V and a "Protected Charge Voltage" of 55. 25V -
dnmun mentions even more...
I am pretty sure I could get closer to the specified battery capacity if the charger would charge 1 or 2V more
Does the charger needs some tweeking ?
If the charger supplies more than the battery specs values above,
does it mean the BMS will take over to stop charging ?
Sorry, I am a bit lost there
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