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I am using a Tesla ldu and a Tesla 3 battery pack in my project. The battery uses an Ingenix controller. Long story short: I had a company set up to provide an integrated display and controls for both the ldu and the Ingenix controller but that fell through (another story). Ingenix did make a canbus display/controls for their battery controller but that is no longer available. I am looking for some help in obtaining or creating a display and operation panel for the Ingenix controller. I do have the dbc files from Ingenix. I am hoping to find a commercial source or someone willing to do this (not for free).
 

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Sounds like it would be a lot easier and simpler to ignore sunk funds and punt the Ingenix controller to the curb. I think you'll have a lot more money and time in developing an alternative from scratch than just gutting and replacing the controller.

Why don't you post those DBCs here and on OpenInverter and see if someone runs with it if you're adamant in flogging your dead horse?
 

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Sounds like it would be a lot easier and simpler to ignore sunk funds and punt the Ingenix controller to the curb. I think you'll have a lot more money and time in developing an alternative from scratch than just gutting and replacing the controller.

Why don't you post those DBCs here and on OpenInverter and see if someone runs with it if you're adamant in flogging your dead horse?
Maybe but that shipped has sailed I think as Ingenix has already reflashed my battery pack. OpenInverter sounds like that may be a good resource. Thanks!
 

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Since my original post I have located a couple of sources for the necessary hardware and programming to operate the Ingenix controller for the Tesla 3 battery pack.
 
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