Very interesting. Is this an open source project?
I can see some work on the housing being required to operate without the charger mounted on top, but in other cars the charger could be retained. If the charger is kept, there would be no customization of the inverter, right?In addition, the inverter had to be customized so that it is closed and has appropriate HV-connectors.
The inverter needs some serious machining to make it usable in another car, so its not a plug-and-play thing.
Hi, We have a similar project using a geo metro and our own vcu. Great to see others are doing this too! Our vcu has user programmable features so you can adjust to your own needs. see here https://www.thunderstruck-ev.com/dilithium-vcu.html
Looks like a great product. If it could control the charger(s), AC, and the DC to DC (anything else?) on the Leaf components , it would be even better for DIY and commercial conversions.