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Unread 04-12-2011, 06:10 PM   #1
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Default how to dummy signals from OBC???

does anyone know how to dummy the signals from/to the OBC?

also, if your looking for the pinout for the 1510 controller (colour coded) and what each signal is pm me or email me and ill send em onto you. got them from club car :) but it doesnt seem to tell me exactly what the OBC is doing.

ty again peeps :)
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Unread 04-12-2011, 06:55 PM   #2
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Default Re: how to dummy signals from OBC???

the OBC controls charging as for dumming it i don,t know that you can......you can dummy the charger but other than a very basic 95-96 where you can bypass the OBC never heard of anything else.................
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Unread 04-12-2011, 07:28 PM   #3
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yeah and can lock you out if a problem is detected which is what i think is happening as 2 controllers = no movement and everything else seems fine.

if i knew what the 6 wires sent when everything is ok i can dummy them, just need to know the voltage levels on each wire when everything is fine then i can get rid of obc :P
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Unread 04-12-2011, 08:26 PM   #4
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Default Re: how to dummy signals from OBC???

I am not claiming the following, it was posted somewhere on this site and i saved it for future reference:
OBC WIRES function explained

Red(18-gauge) Main power supply for the onboard computer. The vehicle
batteries provide +48 volts to the onboard computer.
White (18-gauge)
The Tow/Run switch provides +48 volts to the OBC through the
white wire when the switch is in the RUN position. When the
Tow/Run switch is in the TOW position, the OBC locks out the
speed controller by not sending a +48 volt signal through the
light blue OBC wire.
Yellow (18-gauge)
Enables the OBC to power-up (brings the OBC out of sleep
mode) when the accelerator pedal is pressed. The MCOR limit
switch provides +48 volts to the OBC when the accelerator pedal
is pressed.
Brown/White (18-gauge) Controls the battery warning light by providing a ground to the
light through a transistor inside the OBC.
Light Blue (18-gauge) Solenoid lockout circuit – the OBC provides a +48 volt signal to
the speed controller when the battery charger is disconnected.
Green/White (18-gauge) Reserved for future use. Wire serves no function at this time
Gray (18-gauge)
Provides a ground for the charger relay when the battery charger
is connected to the vehicle. Also enables the OBC to power-up
(brings the OBC out of sleep mode).
Black (10-gauge) to battery charger receptacle Battery charging current is controlled by the SCR (siliconcontrolled
rec Black (10-gauge) to B– terminal of speed controller tifier) inside the onboard computer.
Black (6-gauge) through onboard computer Allows the hall-effect sensor inside the OBC to measure the
amount of current passing through this wire.
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Unread 04-12-2011, 08:47 PM   #5
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Default Re: how to dummy signals from OBC???

tyvm this has shed light on the little 'black' box.

will check out tomorrow and get back to you, cheers m8 :)
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Unread 04-13-2011, 08:47 AM   #6
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Default Re: how to dummy signals from OBC???

Quote:
Originally Posted by tawtone View Post
I am not claiming the following, it was posted somewhere on this site and i saved it for future reference:
OBC WIRES function explained

Red(18-gauge) Main power supply for the onboard computer. The vehicle
batteries provide +48 volts to the onboard computer.
White (18-gauge)
The Tow/Run switch provides +48 volts to the OBC through the
white wire when the switch is in the RUN position. When the
Tow/Run switch is in the TOW position, the OBC locks out the
speed controller by not sending a +48 volt signal through the
light blue OBC wire.
Yellow (18-gauge)
Enables the OBC to power-up (brings the OBC out of sleep
mode) when the accelerator pedal is pressed. The MCOR limit
switch provides +48 volts to the OBC when the accelerator pedal
is pressed.
Brown/White (18-gauge) Controls the battery warning light by providing a ground to the
light through a transistor inside the OBC.
Light Blue (18-gauge) Solenoid lockout circuit the OBC provides a +48 volt signal to
the speed controller when the battery charger is disconnected.
Green/White (18-gauge) Reserved for future use. Wire serves no function at this time
Gray (18-gauge)
Provides a ground for the charger relay when the battery charger
is connected to the vehicle. Also enables the OBC to power-up
(brings the OBC out of sleep mode).
Black (10-gauge) to battery charger receptacle Battery charging current is controlled by the SCR (siliconcontrolled
rec Black (10-gauge) to B terminal of speed controller tifier) inside the onboard computer.
Black (6-gauge) through onboard computer Allows the hall-effect sensor inside the OBC to measure the
amount of current passing through this wire.



this is worth being a sticky if it isn,t........................
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Unread 04-13-2011, 09:27 AM   #7
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defo worth a sticky ^.^
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Unread 04-13-2011, 07:25 PM   #8
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Default Re: how to dummy signals from OBC???

Feel free to put the glue to it then!
Seems like it was part of an extremely detailed and lengthy posting by a retired electrical engineer, Wish i could be more exact.
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Unread 04-13-2011, 07:30 PM   #9
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Default Re: how to dummy signals from OBC???

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Feel free to put the glue to it then!
Seems like it was part of an extremely detailed and lengthy posting by a retired electrical engineer, Wish i could be more exact.



This is where I found it






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This comes from the CC IQ Manual..... it may help someone with something?

OBC WIRES function explained

Red(18-gauge) Main power supply for the onboard computer. The vehicle
batteries provide +48 volts to the onboard computer.
White (18-gauge)
The Tow/Run switch provides +48 volts to the OBC through the
white wire when the switch is in the RUN position. When the
Tow/Run switch is in the TOW position, the OBC locks out the
speed controller by not sending a +48 volt signal through the
light blue OBC wire.
Yellow (18-gauge)
Enables the OBC to power-up (brings the OBC out of sleep
mode) when the accelerator pedal is pressed. The MCOR limit
switch provides +48 volts to the OBC when the accelerator pedal
is pressed.
Brown/White (18-gauge) Controls the battery warning light by providing a ground to the
light through a transistor inside the OBC.
Light Blue (18-gauge) Solenoid lockout circuit the OBC provides a +48 volt signal to
the speed controller when the battery charger is disconnected.
Green/White (18-gauge) Reserved for future use. Wire serves no function at this time
Gray (18-gauge)
Provides a ground for the charger relay when the battery charger
is connected to the vehicle. Also enables the OBC to power-up
(brings the OBC out of sleep mode).
Black (10-gauge) to battery charger receptacle Battery charging current is controlled by the SCR (siliconcontrolled
rec Black (10-gauge) to B terminal of speed controller tifier) inside the onboard computer.
Black (6-gauge) through onboard computer Allows the hall-effect sensor inside the OBC to measure the
amount of current passing through this wire.
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Unread 04-13-2011, 07:37 PM   #10
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Default Re: how to dummy signals from OBC???

Thats it!
In a long trail by Dr, Bob title was "How does 48V 2001 Club Cart OBC function?"
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