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Unread 01-11-2019, 09:25 AM   #91
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Unread 01-11-2019, 09:37 AM   #92
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I'm guessing this one:

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ScottyB (www.cartsunlimited.net) sells those, and they aren't expensive either ..
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Read the link. A picture won't give you make and model number.
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Unread 01-12-2019, 02:49 PM   #95
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Guess the batteries are getting stronger after each re-charge. Increased tire pressure to 26 lbs. Warm day.
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Tested Trojan Watering System. Over filled most cells a bit to the bottom of the vent cap. Not a fan. Removed the system, going back to manual fill.
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Tested Trojan Watering System. Over filled most cells a bit to the bottom of the vent cap. Not a fan. Removed the system, going back to manual fill.
Lots of people on here tend to not fully endourse these (or any similar) watering system. The reason being as the batteries are exercised and while they are charged, they release hydrogen gas. Normally it isn't a problem that this explosive gas is released as it vents to the atmosphere and is very quickly diluted to the point that it isn't a threat. But the tubes in the watering systems build up the hydrogen and it has acted as a fire conduit between the batteries with explosive results...
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Lots of people on here tend to not fully endourse these (or any similar) watering system. The reason being as the batteries are exercised and while they are charged, they release hydrogen gas. Normally it isn't a problem that this explosive gas is released as it vents to the atmosphere and is very quickly diluted to the point that it isn't a threat. But the tubes in the watering systems build up the hydrogen and it has acted as a fire conduit between the batteries with explosive results...
Thanks for the info. The safety factor combined with the fact that it did't work very well made it a simple decision. Easy enough to manually check/maintenance the watering requirements.
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Unread 01-15-2019, 09:15 PM   #99
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Installed new speed cable. Installed Altrax Tools on lap top. Set motor RPM to 6500 and turned on speed sensor. Tested cart, runs great. Attempted to record and pull log file. Got a file but lots of zeros. Need a little help.
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Unread 01-16-2019, 12:49 PM   #100
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Installed new speed cable. Installed Altrax Tools on lap top. Set motor RPM to 6500 and turned on speed sensor. Tested cart, runs great. Attempted to record and pull log file. Got a file but lots of zeros. Need a little help.
If you created a file and found it, you're doing most of it correctly. My guess is that you probably didn't click on "Stop" button before closing Toolkit.

Select "Continuous" to get the most comprehensive picture of what is going on. You get 3 or 4 sample per second, so the file can get fairly large. However, I have recorded hour and a half long logs. (1.7Gb file)

Most of the columns are for error flags and switch positions, so when everything is working right, the file will be mostly zeros until you start driving cart. I usually start my logs with the key off. F/R in neutral and peal up and charger unplugged, so everything is "0" except battery voltage, temperature and far right columns.

I'd love to see the raw data logs from your cart. The *.csv (comma separated values) file cannot be attached to a post on the BGW forum, but if you zip it, the resulting *.zip file can be.
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