Why aren't you splitting the battery to 36V?
That is a great question. Are you talking about physically breaking it down to a 36v from a 72v or splitting the power distribution? I have no idea how I am going to get this project to work. Got a link for me to review so I can understand what you are talking about?Why aren't you splitting the battery to 36V?
I am running a 72v 20s Panasonic PF cells unit. I would like to throw all of the juice at the motor at once.No link.
No idea what battery you are using, but I don't see any reason why people can't break the cell stack series connection at the halfway point, and either parallel them, or use them as A/B batteries where A or B 36V batteries are switched in or out by contactor.
Right on Remy. I am definetly here to provide info in exchange for info, I have no problems with that.You need to provide info if you want help beyond a nudge. I'm too busy to go find stuff you already have (pics, datasheet, etc)
Why can't you be happy with longer runtimes between charges. Why do you need double speed on something a step up from Flintstones-car brakes? It's a golf cart, not a Ferrari.