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Roland, you had a detailed procedure on connecting emeter based on the
manual.

Is there a proper procedure to disconnect the emeter?

how does this sound?
Reverse this:
"Once you completed all the wiring, insert the 12 volt fuse first and than
the battery pack fuse last!

So,
1 Disconnect the HV battery pack
2. Disconnect 12 volt power.

Then freely detach the other wires
or do I still have to disconnect other things in a certain order?

my goal being to reroute the operational Emeter wiring thru a better route.

thanks,
Ben

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Hello Ben,

That is correct, when disconnecting the Emeter, disconnected the battery
pack fuse first and then the 12 volt fuse second in one smooth action.

In stalling, the 12 volt fuse is install first and the battery pack fuse is
install next, also in one smooth action.

Do not hit the fuse against the fuse holder many times, or the Emeter will
have to be reset, which I did not even done.

If you are not going to remove the Emeter, but working on the batteries or
replacing a battery, I had no problem with the Emeter if I forgot to remove
these fuses. I had no effect on the Emeter doing this.

Roland


----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 7:36 AM
Subject: [EVDL] emeter disconnect procedure


> Roland, you had a detailed procedure on connecting emeter based on the
> manual.
>
> Is there a proper procedure to disconnect the emeter?
>
> how does this sound?
> Reverse this:
> "Once you completed all the wiring, insert the 12 volt fuse first and than
> the battery pack fuse last!
>
> So,
> 1 Disconnect the HV battery pack
> 2. Disconnect 12 volt power.
>
> Then freely detach the other wires
> or do I still have to disconnect other things in a certain order?
>
> my goal being to reroute the operational Emeter wiring thru a better
> route.
>
> thanks,
> Ben
>
> _______________________________________________
> For subscription options, see
> http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev
>

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