I really appreciate the work, you put in this project, it is really awesome! (I love Arduino, and the fact that it can do anything.)
I read the emotorwerks site, and more than 15 pages from this topic, and still keeping on reading, but I can't wait for the answers
I have read that batt.packs above 50V are supported. Is it really so?
I would like to use this charger with different packs, ranging from 36V to 84V.
Do this support my "small" 36V / 48V packs also?
(a sub question: I got some TS90 LFP cells, which are deep discharged, because a friend of mine let the distributed BMS modules on them, without charging for 5 months, and they "ate" the cells. Each are about 0.2V. I am trying to recover them 1by1, and it would be very good, if I could charge them "automatically", with a special curve. But it means ~4.0V charging voltage, at 0.5A. Is it possible to use this charger for such purposes?)
I would use it in Europe, where the PFC module is said to be recommended. However (if I don't really want to go above 3kW) is it a must, or can be omitted?
Did you perhaps considered using Olimex's Olimexino-STM32?
It's not an ordinary Arduino board, but a Maple clone, but it has built in CAN support, on the half price of a Sparkfun CANShield (+ the price of the Arduino board, so the cost is under 1/3). For automotive purposes, it can be a good choice (I think
I would like to add the code for the Sparkfun DS1307 module (http://www.sparkfun.com/products/99
), I have used it a couple of times.
When can I buy the latest version of the charger?