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Old 08-10-2014, 09:12 AM
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Default Delta-q QuiQ Battery Charger Algorithms?

Searching on this topic i found this post in the EVDL, also searching,

[EVDL] List of Charge Profiles (algorithms) for Delta-Q QUIQ http://www.diyelectriccar.com/forums...ger+algorithms

So it looks like he never got an answer. Anything surface since that time?

The LEDs can blink out the number of the algorithm, but without some graphs or data tables that is useless information--i may have algo #73, but what does that actually do? i could change it to #72, but what does that do?

There is no external serial or USB port available, but there are two JTAG-like header ports on the inside, and it looks like they are using a Texas Instruments MSP430F147 microcontroller in the model number 912-4800.

Has anybody messed around with these chargers and figured out what the algorithms mean and how they work?
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Are you using with lead? Those are both lead Flooded profiles. I have a PDF of some of the algorithms as I can't upload it. I can send to you if you email me.

I have a programmer and work with Deltaq on getting lithium profiles. They don't freely distribute but will let me program them for the DIY crowd. The programmer connects to the charge leads and charges through those. The programmer connects via USB.

I can program chargers for a fee and I have 9 different algorithms that work for most applications and scale depending on which voltage charger it is (48, 72, 96, etc)
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Default Re: Delta-q QuiQ Battery Charger Algorithms?

Okay thank you, i understand, will send email.

i did find a youtub video about how to change the algo using the tap method and another about using the USB programmer, which i suspect just does the 'tap' internal to the programmer box according to commands from the PC/USB. There was mention of a TSB document, US2008-797 as containing details of the algorithms.

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I'll email ya.

Also... There are only 10 default algorithms and they're all for lead. I'm not just changing them.... I'm removing the old and replacing with new ones.

What batteries and how many in series?
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Default Re: Delta-q QuiQ Battery Charger Algorithms?

Sorry to dredge up an older thread, but this still one seems to come up high on the list when googling for info on delta-q quiq charger profiles

I came across this document which seems to discuss the details of some of the charge profiles available:
http://www.challengebatteries.com.au...ons%20v1-6.pdf

Still have to go mess with my charger and see which ones I have loaded, but seems like it should come in handy!

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Nice document. I have something similar from DeltaQ.

I will offer my services to program for a fee. You ship to me and pay for return shipping. The turnaround is usually quick. I update the firmware to lithium and add all of the Lithium profiles I have below.

I have the following, in the format of Charger model (48V, 72V, 96V) and then end voltage

1) 48V 49.2V, 72V 73.8V, 96V 98.4V
2) 48V 54.7V, 72V 82.044V, 96V 109.392V
3) 48V 55.44V, 72V 83.16V, 96V 110.88V
4) 48V 57V, 72V 85.5V, 96V 114V
5) 48V 58.392V, 72V 87.588V, 96V 116.784V
6) 48V 59.88V, 72V 89.1V, 96V 119.76V
7) 48V 60.792,72V 91.188V, 96V 121.584V
8) 48V 62.256, 72V 93.384V, 96V 124.512V
9) 48V 65.688V, 72V 98.532V, 96V 131.376V
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PM sent, Frodus I need more lithium!
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PM replied! Email me at my biz address and we'll get you sorted! I do a ton of these for people.
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Hello , I bought a delta-q with the lithium 133.3 v algorithm and I'm trying to charge 400 of these lithium batteries. Can you tell me if this will work with these batteries. I haven't done anything yet but my setup would be 36 in series and 11 in parallel. Thanks , Norm
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