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  1. Classifieds
    I have acquired a variety of fast acting semiconductor fuses and holders. The fuses themselves vary from 250v-500v AC and from 150-600 amps. These are the same type/class sizing that other EV stores offer. I will be using the A25X250 on my 144v 500 amp DC set up. I have plenty left over to pass...
  2. Technical Discussion
    Hi all, I took the prelude for a little drive on Saturday, but first some back story. The Prelude conversion has a ~18 kWh battery of 70 Ah capacity and 270 V nominal voltage. It will soon be 355 V nominal, but more on that another time. I have a master contactor and a master precharge relay...
  3. Technical Discussion
    Hi all, Our converted camper van uses an 800A, 300VDC fuse which has failed. Our vehicle is being hired out on Thursday so I need a replacement pretty quick. Does any one know of a UK supplier, or could find another way to get one to me pretty quick and I'll order you a replacement from the...
  4. Technical Discussion
    I had a short in my EV's plug and a fuse in the charger blew. Zivan wants me to ship to them to repair. They says it cost $300 to $500 to repair. I wanted to replace the fuse, but they said it my cause more damage. Any recommendations? Where does one find the Italweber fuses? Thanks! Dan
  5. Technical Discussion
    Hi there, pros, vets, and experts! I'm getting dang close to ordering the components for my conversion of a 1986 Mazda RX-7. I've been doing my reading, but there's still a few things that elude my grasp. Unfortunately, I'm in a position where I need to order my parts soon (before the month...
  6. Technical Discussion
    I am starting this thread so I will stop hijacking other peoples conversations in order to sell my step-start delay:rolleyes:. There are a lot of opinions on how to apply power to the controller. There are safety considerations for both the equipment and people. If we can work out some...
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