X6 0460-202-16141 - 20-16 AWG (0.5-1.0 mm. x6 0462-201-16141 - 20-16 AWG (0.5-1.0 mm. x1 W6P - 6 Pin Male Wedge Lock. x1 W6S - 6 Pin Female Wedge Lock. ).
This is connected to the HV battery (360V) via a contactor. PWM control input is 12VDC. Current draw at maximum load is in the neighbourhood of 12 amps @ 360V, so somewhere around 4.5kW draw.
Probably 48v. I doubt that government would allow such device to work on 400v with simple orange wire sleeve. Get a variable voltage controller and keep applying higher n higher voltage.I just saw the:
Benling 27cc a/c scroll compressor (from evtv.me)
It states it's 15,700 Btu...
Anybody got an idea how many BTUs are "typical" 2017 vehicles?
Something like a Toyota Corolla, not a Cadillac Escalade.
Any thoughts on the BTU number of those systems?
Very cool! I just requested access to the Google Drive folder to check this out. For my build, I am also using an Eberspacher 6KW High Voltage PTC Coolant Heater out of a Karma Fisker, which is PWM controlled and I wonder if this would work for the heater control as well.Howdy all, I'm fairly new to this forum, but wanted to give back since I've only been lurking for the last 2 months.
I built a small touch-screen interface that runs on an Arduino Mega 2560 R3 which acts like a climate control system for Tesla PWM-based A/C compressors based on the specs in this thread. Here's a simple run-down of its functionality:
If you have feedback, please let me know!!