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Unread 02-08-2012, 04:16 PM   #1
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Got the new auto timer from PQ today. Got it installed on the charger and it works prefectly! This is a well worth $155.00 for anyone with a 48 volt club car charger who wants it to work without the OBC. It can charge any 48 volt cart now.
This also comes with directions on how to bypass the OBC in your cart if you have one not working.







Also got the new DPI connector for a Club Car.


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Unread 02-08-2012, 05:53 PM   #2
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here ya go bowslayer this might be right up your alley...............if andy trust it then it must be decent.............................
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Unread 02-08-2012, 06:01 PM   #3
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I have done 4 of these and the only one that I messed up is when I hit the wires while it was on and shorted the timmer out. It was stupid mistake that cost me $155.00.
Yes I trust them and the guys who charges I installed them in are still going today. I may end up selling this one since I bought a Lestronic 2 automatic on Craigslist last week for $75.00!

If you buy one they send you directions on how to bypass the OBC also in the cart. Very good info for the OBC guys who are having trouble and don't want to spend the money on both.

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Unread 02-08-2012, 06:48 PM   #4
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Can you post a link to that timer? I have been searching their site and have not found it yet. Thank you!
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Plum Quick parts.
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Thank you very much!
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Unread 02-10-2012, 07:36 AM   #7
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Charger finshed and cut off just like it should. Pack voltage is at 52volts when done. If you buy one make sure you put the protected spades on all the wires. I learned the hard way on the first one I did!

You take the blue and red wires out of the relay and do away with them. I cut the red factory wire going to the diod's and put a spade on it so I could just use what was already there.
Blue wire isn't used at all so it's taped up.
Very simple hook up on this and if you need help PM me.
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This is nice. I'm impressed. The only feature You'll lose with the elimination of the obc that I can foresee people wanting to retain is the solenoid lock-out. I think it would be very easy however to install a secondary relay to open the circuit on the modified OBC wire to kill the power and keep the controller or solenoid from powering up when the charger is plugged in. Considering the fact that you've now got a dead wire in the three pin charger plug (The Blue one) you'd be able to use that wire to trigger that feature.
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This is nice. I'm impressed. The only feature I can foresee people wanting to retain is the solenoid lock-out. I think it would be very easy however to install a secondary relay to open the circuit on the modified OBC wire to kill the power and keep the controller or solenoid from powering up when the charger is plugged in. Considering the fact that you've now got a dead wire in the three pin charger plug (The Blue one) you'd be able to use that wire to trigger that feature.
I don't know anything about the cart side as I haven't got the OBC anymore in the cart. it was trash when I bought it so it's a series cart now with a new PQ motor. I just scanned the directions that were sent with the timmer.
As far as how it works I have know clue. I wished there was a cheaper way to make one of these chargers auto but so far this is the only one I know of.

Extreme for me!

Daughters cart.
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