I am moving across the country soon and was hoping to get some advice on what I should do with my 5 Tesla Model S modules.
These are my options at the moment:
1. Carry in my primary vehicle during road trip (leaning towards this).
2. Store in donor vehicle which is being shipped (not insured...
My Netgain WarP-Drive controller is always heating up to a point where it slows down even in winter after a 10 minutes slow ride. The Interface Module that displays all the settings and such, just flashes, nothing readable, so I can't see what the controller temp thinks it is at.
In order to install a 90 kWhr pack in a Tango T600, I need to modify 6 Tesla Modules by reducing them from 6S to 4S, thus removing the 148 cells from the coolant connection end. These 6 modules would be in series with 12 full-sized modules, giving 96S, exactly the number of cells as in a Model S...
I have battery modules from a p85 Tesla. these are configured 6s74p producing 24.9v at 100% soc. I am only going to use 8 of the 16 modules as they weigh almost 26 kg each and I don't want to overload my Triumph TR4a (see my ev album profile). this will mean I have a 43kwh capacity which will...
I have 4 MP310-049 Enerdel modules and am developing a BMS based on Linear's Multi-cell battery stack monitoring ICs.
I'm using the ribbon cable with voltage and temperature taps, but I can't find the type of connector it is in order to break it out to a PCB. Anyone know?
I proposed this idea in the discussion on BMS design techniques, but I think it deserves its own thread. My idea, essentially, is to make a module consisting of cells in series to produce perhaps 1.6 kWh at 160V (10 Ah), so they may be connected in series and/or parallel for up to 640 VDC and...
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