I feel almost physically sick reading that. How does that happen to such a generous couple?Sadly, they were recently moving and someone stole their whole moving truck, complete with everything they own, so he can't sell you boards.
I built a P&S controller a few years ago and Paul built one for me.Yes.
Those are formerly the "Open ReVolt" open source project I believe.
Around here they're usually called the "P&S Controller" or "Paul and Sabrina Controller".
Several (many?) people have built and used them.
Sadly, they were recently moving and someone stole their whole moving truck, complete with everything they own, so he can't sell you boards.
As I recall, there's some bugs or errors on the last version that is commonly posted, but if you ask for new ones Paul (member here) will send them to you if he has time.
Could you go into the details of that?Since then i rather choose already built inverter (Volt, Prius etc...) and replace control boards. It worked like 3x now and those inverters are quite impresive.
I saw Paul also built one version of his controler for Volt inverter.Could you go into the details of that?
That's what I would like to do, but I haven't seen any projects that work for replacing the control boards yet. I know Damien is working on one for Prius (and Lexus) inverters.
PM sent.If you are interested i can send you one of my test boards. You can fully drive a car with it.
I need it to: Rotate the motor.However it still lacks some of the smarter functions like precharge control, motor and inverter temp control, CAN bus interface, resolver interface...
I made one of the 100 hp controllers - this was my first "electronics" project since I decided that electronics was NOT for me back in the 70's
Well actually i have made several of AC 3phase inverter iterations with Pauls control board.
I built a P&S controller a few years ago.
Wonderful to hear. It leaves me wondering why factory-built ones are so expensive?I saw Paul also built one version of his controler for Volt inverter.
That is a perfect description of the instructions about how to build Paul's 100hp controller!Wonderful to hear. It leaves me wondering why factory-built ones are so expensive?
Do you all have electronics degrees?
Could someone with a bag of bits and an ability to solder make one?
Does anyone produce a ‘painting-by-numbers’ complete yourself product – an Ikea version, if you will?