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So, I'm new to ev's, not to automobile wiring in general. Current project is a scratch build frame with a Tesla S ldu and rear suspension dropout. I have a complete Tesla 3 battery pack that I have designed and contructed the frame around. The ldu controller is EV Controls using their ios app. I was hoping to use the Tesla 3 battery pack with all of its functions (contactors, charger, dc-dc converter, bms) and was planning on using the Ingenext Tesla 3 battery controller (the only one I could find one the market right now (?)). My current questions relate to whether anyone else has successfully used the Ingenext battery controller with the ldu and, if so, how they operated it (buttons, CAN). Also interested to know whether any problems encountered with the size of capacitors in the ldu (creating issues with the contactors operating). If so, work around?