Includes smart bms with lcd and bluetooth
Plug in bms harness from 5 or 6 modules to smart bms
The new E-Golf modules are the nicest configuration I’ve found
20s 73v kit is $2000
Add 2s or 4s anytime-Harness is ready to plug in another module
These modules just came in a couple weeks ago. I’m building this first one to show others how to do it. Ready to go now, except for final test of complete system before shipping.
It is prewired with an extra plug. Accept either a 2s or 4s module.
Hi Dave, Happy new year. Do you think I could install those on my 2001 GEM? What charger would I need? I installed a new DeltaQ in june but it looks like the interlock is acting up and the GEM is dead right now although batteries are charged and showing 75v. I have not installed the T2 and Motor I got from Grant yet.
2s batteries are 7.3 volts
4s are 14.6
112ah should go 30 to 50 miles
Shipped a set today.
30lb for a 4s and $50 S&H
2s would be 1/2
I’ll post when I get another set built. Or I can sell just the modules.
$375 each 4s
$175 each for 2s
I think that’s similar to my Miles truck. I used a 92 volt battery in it.
The 24s 88 volt Tesla battery should give it a 100 mile range.
Miles was an ac Curtis, but I don’t know what controller you have.
Yes from all I read it’s similar to miles.
It has a Curtis controller and a delta q charger.
I have the handheld programmer and a OEM laptop programmer for the Curtis.
I’m using it around the farm as a second utv so I’m looking for a smaller battery pack then 100 mile range.im pretty sure it could handle the 92v.
Here are the other major components in it:
TRACTION BATTERIES - 200AH AGM GROUP 4D (6X 72V SYSTEM) (from factory)
ACCESSORY BATTERY - 45AH AGM GROUP 22NF
ONBOARD CHARGER - DELTA-Q QUIQ 912-7200
TRANSAXLE - TEAM 421869-300
MOTOR - AC35-16.02.2 35HPMAX 10HPCONT 4800RPM
CONTROLLER - CURTIS 1238-6501
This one has a JK active balance bluetooth bms. Charge control only. So unlimited amps discharge, bms wise. A 350a jk will plug right in. I’m out at present. Most of my evs do not route the load through bms to prevent tripping in traffic. On the other hand, the ones with controlled load rarely trip. @LithiumGods has a 15" high battery in his. Of course this can be oriented any direction.
I have extra modules if for some reason you want a spare.