Re: [EVDL] Zap Xebra 72v charger.
If the charger you have is mostly blue with a couple of fans under the belly, it may be the BC2 Intelligent Charger. The AC interlock lead is used to prevent operation when the charger is connected to house power. There is a Yahoo group for the Xebra and a file in the file section:
which is the manual for the BC2 charger. It may be necessary to join the group to have access to the files. If you do not care to join and want the document, contact me directly and I'll be happy to pass it along.
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Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 12:07:16 -0800
From: Roger Stockton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [EVDL] Zap Xebra 72v charger.
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[quote]Lawrence Rhodes wrote:
> Got a "working" 72v stock Xebra charger. It's simple with
> idiot lights. It has an Anderson output & a standard three
> prong input. However there is a molex connector marked 110v
> which I thought was a safety interlink. Puts out ac to a
> relay to stop the vehicle from working with the charge door
> open or some such thing. I'm thinking it has to see ac
> before charging. Anyone know how this charger works?
Can you post a link to a picture? Some (all?) of the Xebras use a Delta-Q charger, and if that is what you have I can help.
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