Hi again everyone I found 3 Honda Civic battery pack 144 volts in good condition I would like to know if you know how can I use this 3 pack for my project but I will start whit 1 to see if everything works correctly and I will ave to change my controller 80v 600A
According to the Wikipedia article on the Civic Hybrid, this is a 6.0 Ah battery... that's 144 V * 6.0 Ah = 864 Wh (or 0.864 kWh) per pack. That's normal for non-plug-in hybrid (although low voltage compared to Toyota hybrids), but not enough energy to drive a battery-electric car more than 3 miles per pack, and it won't even briefly deliver much more than the 10 kW (13 hp) per pack needed for the Civic's hybrid system motor. Great for a go-kart or golf car... not so much for a real car. The relatively small wires connecting to the battery are a hint...... it came from 2005 civic
Hi Frank I found this battery for kia optima hybride or Hyundai sonata hybride de 2011 à 2016. Do you think it could be good for me ?Showbill: lots of people use batteries from wrecked EV's ex. Leaf, Volt. You can buy prismatics from online vendors. 500A would probably give very mild performance, even in a lightweight car. Manzanita Micro sells excellent controllers: the Z1K is available in a couple of different pack voltage levels and can output 1000A. It all depends on your specific goals.
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Showbill: lots of people use batteries from wrecked EV's ex. Leaf, Volt. You can buy prismatics from online vendors. 500A would probably give very mild performance, even in a lightweight car. Manzanita Micro sells excellent controllers: the Z1K is available in a couple of different pack voltage levels and can output 1000A. It all depends on your specific goals.
As Duncan mentioned earlier you should have one contactor in each battery wire. Typically the one in the negative lead turns on with the ignition key and the one in the positive lead is turned on after the controller is pre-charged. I have used Tyco EV200 AAANA style but there are others. They must match your battery voltage and controller current limits. You may need reversing contactors if you do not use a transmission.
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