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This came from my upgraded Lectric Leopard with only 1300 miles that was parted out before its time. It's an early version with cables exiting the front. Cannot be upgraded to digipot, display, etc. Not having those things never seemed to be an issue for me, though they would help if you're charging multiple vehicles. Not so much if it's mounted in the car like mine was. Worked great, feeding my 120V pack with 28 amps. It had a shutoff issue from day one. Rich sent a replacement board to fix it and it's been perfect ever since. Unfortunately, I no longer have the ability to verify that, so it's sold as-is for cheap.

This one includes a mechanical timer to ensure shutoff (because the early ones, maybe all(?), can't stop a thermal runaway event). The timer box has a twist-lock input plug. Also an 8' long 10/4 AWG input cable with 14-50 plug and twist-lock receptacle, and an adapter that goes from 120V plug to twist-lock receptacle for 120V charging. There's also a universal input, 12VDC output power supply wired to the timer box to power an ignition cut-off relay. Connection to the pack is through two Anderson connectors (to also carry the chassis ground) bolted together so they can mate to a similar pair and can't be connected reversed. I probably still have the original manual too.

Price: $600 Shipping weight: 25 lbs. (estimate)

Payment by Paypal or cash in person. I'm in the Philly Metro area. Shipping is extra.
 

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This came from my upgraded Lectric Leopard with only 1300 miles that was parted out before its time. It's an early version with cables exiting the front. Cannot be upgraded to digipot, display, etc. Not having those things never seemed to be an issue for me, though they would help if you're charging multiple vehicles. Not so much if it's mounted in the car like mine was. Worked great, feeding my 120V pack with 28 amps. It had a shutoff issue from day one. Rich sent a replacement board to fix it and it's been perfect ever since. Unfortunately, I no longer have the ability to verify that, so it's sold as-is for cheap.

This one includes a mechanical timer to ensure shutoff (because the early ones, maybe all(?), can't stop a thermal runaway event). The timer box has a twist-lock input plug. Also an 8' long 10/4 AWG input cable with 14-50 plug and twist-lock receptacle, and an adapter that goes from 120V plug to twist-lock receptacle for 120V charging. There's also a universal input, 12VDC output power supply wired to the timer box to power an ignition cut-off relay. Connection to the pack is through two Anderson connectors (to also carry the chassis ground) bolted together so they can mate to a similar pair and can't be connected reversed. I probably still have the original manual too.

Price: $600 Shipping weight: 25 lbs. (estimate)

Payment by Paypal or cash in person. I'm in the Philly Metro area. Shipping is extra.
I am interested in your charger if it is still available....I am running a 12s 4p Chevy Volt Gen1 battery bank and am looking for a new charger as my QQE gave up the ghost.
 
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