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Unread 09-17-2013, 09:39 PM   #11
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Unread 09-25-2013, 01:16 PM   #12
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Aux battery and chargers mounted, hard wired, and concealed! I plan on adding a retractable cord reel with 30' on it behind the panel also with just the plug showing thru. Also a digital amp meter is on its way that will be mounted to the face of the panel as well.

Made some brackets as well that allow me to keep the back part of the rain gear (club protector) for the lil ones in the back.
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Nice work, Storm. I like how you did the charger in the back...
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Unread 09-25-2013, 03:20 PM   #14
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Nice work, Storm. I like how you did the charger in the back...
that was actually a little tricky because I wanted to hardwire it to the battery pack. And the charger has to physically be disconnected from the cart and repluged in in order to restart the charge cycle. So I had to get a 110 volt relay in order to connect and disconnect the OBC from the charger every time.
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that was actually a little tricky because I wanted to hardwire it to the battery pack. And the charger has to physically be disconnected from the cart and repluged in in order to restart the charge cycle. So I had to get a 110 volt relay in order to connect and disconnect the OBC from the charger every time.
The cart charger or the 12v charger needs to be "disconnected"? Not sure how much a 110v relay is, but I have loads of 12v relays for the accessory charger and accessory battery, that I would imagine would be cheaper. Looking into future upgrades for myself. Thanks and lookin' good!
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The cart charger or the 12v charger needs to be "disconnected"? Not sure how much a 110v relay is, but I have loads of 12v relays for the accessory charger and accessory battery, that I would imagine would be cheaper. Looking into future upgrades for myself. Thanks and lookin' good!
The cart charger needs to be reset from the OBC once a charge cycle is completed before it will turn back on again. Using a 110v relay to connect the OBC charge control wire when 110v is plugged into the cart and to disconnect the OBC wire when 110v is unplugged from the cart. Accomplished the same task as unplugging the charge cable from the socket and plugging it back in later.

I have hundreds of Bosch relays but will not handle the 48v of the OBC wire without issues. A 110v relay is a bank breaking $4.00.
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I have hundreds of Bosch relays but will not handle the 48v of the OBC wire without issues. A 110v relay is a bank breaking $4.00.
That's what I was getting at. I didn't realize the relay would be so cheap. Great solution.
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