No, more, same routine any time you look at paralleling power supplies. If they're not isolated, it probably won't work, so it depends on the design.LOL. Is 'blah blah blah' an official term for 'safe and by the book'? 😂😂😂
Oh good. Bring a tow rope anyway.I dont need a full refill. Just a 2k or so top off.
Nothing electrical related. I had 2 years worth of electrical engineer education, but it's not the direction I went in. Gives me a decent base enough to dabble but not enough to solve actual problems or have any value. I volunteer a lot at the local makerspace, one of my passions is removing barriers to curiosity so that people who might want to try something can get their foot in the door and try a new medium without being burdened by what most people insist is the minimum entry level. Woodworking, electronics, welding, etc.What's your profession btw? You are knowledgeable and I'm curious is it's from the hobby, or life.
Regen on a tracked vehicle in snow is going to get you pretty much nothing for range increase.This offers a very nice increase in torque/voltage constants over the ME1115 and also allows provides regen ability which will SLIGHTLY increase range but more importantly allows us to have a braking system!!!! This is critical since we cut out the rotor and caliper from the donor.
Which is good because, don't expect regen to be there. Can you put the rotor and caliper back in time? 2 is 1 and 1 is none. She'll need to drive it like there's no brake.
Good news, your motor is probably rated at 30'c or somesuch. You'll be in -20'C, a 50' difference, you can probably double or triple what you demand of your motor without making it grouchy.This new motor is now rated for 99ft.lbs of torque which allows us to run below max load on the motor and still meet our goal of 60ft.lbs.
Bad news, your batteries are not going to appreciate that weather. On a one-off trip, I'd almost just say pack them with styrofoam and leave the sled indoors before the trip, they might stay warm enough to not be a concern. You're going to lose a lot of range.