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Unread 04-13-2011, 01:56 AM   #1
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Has anyone ever taken a C/C president and turned it into a series cart using the factory foot switches and wiring but put a new series controller in it with the OBC to charge it. If so please send me a schematic of it. I'm try to help a guy out and he started on it but need's help bad. He doesn't want to start from scratch either. He has already cut all the factory wiring out of it.
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Unread 04-13-2011, 09:35 AM   #2
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You need a SERIES MOTOR, SERIES F&R CONTROL to start with along with a almost complete rewire job?
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Unread 04-13-2011, 10:49 AM   #3
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You need a SERIES MOTOR, SERIES F&R CONTROL to start with along with a almost complete rewire job?
Yes he has all the parts needed. Just want to know if someone has done it before and has a wiring diagram to make it much quicker to wire it up using what factory wiring we can.
If they do it will make my job a lot easier. I've never done this type of cart before. We have it all striped down.
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go down on this page and you have precedent foot switch wiring

Need help with pinout for Curtis 1510 controller.
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Unread 04-13-2011, 07:30 PM   #5
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go down on this page and you have precedent foot switch wiring

Need help with pinout for Curtis 1510 controller.
Thanks this is a going to help a lot.
Does the stock cart run off of OHM's? MCOR signal to the controller is it OHMS?
Do you happen to know which two wireswould be used on a regular serirs cart controller?
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looks like a variable ohm out-putter to me

seriously though, hook your meter to the 2 outside posts. this will tell you the value of the pot. ie: 5k, 10k, etc. depending on what the controller wants to see (ie: 0-5k, 5k-0), dictates how it should be connected. (if its backwards, reverse the 2 outer pot wires.)
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That is the same as his. Thanks,
He bought a controller for a club car that has 5-0 Ohm's. I was just wondering which two wires to use since I've never done this conversion before. Thanks for the info and I hope we have it running by Friday!
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so don't use the Yellow wire for a 2 wire hookup...correct!

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That is the same as his. Thanks,
He bought a controller for a club car that has 5-0 Ohm's. I was just wondering which two wires to use since I've never done this conversion before. Thanks for the info and I hope we have it running by Friday!
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so don't use the Yellow wire for a 2 wire hookup...correct!

you should need all three wires... what controller are you connecting this to?

the pot acts as a voltage divider. + and - are on the outer 2 pins, the wiper output is on the center pin. if you feed the pot say 5V on the outer two pins, the wiper pin will show 0 to 5V, or 5V to 0V.

if you hook it up and it outputs 0 to 5V and you want it to output 5V to 0V, just switch the outer two wires. make sense?
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well i'll be d*****! some controllers do use 2 wire resistive inputs..!

ok, so if the controller wants a 2 wire input, you'll either use purple + yellow, or yellow + white/black. one combo will give you 0 to 5K the other will give 5K to 0. holla!
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If I'm not mistaken one of the three wires runs to the B minus ground on controller?
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