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Unread 01-16-2019, 09:45 AM   #371
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Default Re: Bit the bullet Leaf Lithium build

Thanks guys.

Hmm, anyone know off hand if the Zeva system can work with a Chargery battery charger? I'll end up contacting Ian, but just curious if anyone knows already.
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Unread 01-16-2019, 10:58 AM   #372
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Default Re: Bit the bullet Leaf Lithium build

CAN Bus is what auto manufacturer's use in their vehicle builds. It's cheap...allows communication between "stuff" and is pretty easy to get enough of an understanding to be dangerous. :)

You just need to know that (for example) that in any CAN Bus setup (like the pic below shows) you need a Termination Resistor at each end of the two wires so that information sent across the wires "terminate" and don't keep looping around.

The ZEVA monitor has a built in Termination Resistor....so you just need one at the other end to make it all work.

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Unread 01-16-2019, 12:35 PM   #373
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Thanks guys.

Hmm, anyone know off hand if the Zeva system can work with a Chargery battery charger? I'll end up contacting Ian, but just curious if anyone knows already.
No, it can't communicate with the Chargery. I asked Ian this around Aug/Sept of last year. The TC Charger is the only charger his BMS is designed to communicate via CANbus at this point.
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Sounds like you have everything under control. I left the existing battery box in and bolted this down over the top of the existing frame then bolted the new lith pack to the plastic base. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I removed the OEM charger outlet and installed one these where the old one was. One the inside I mounted a household plastic outlet box over the backside of the outside outlet. So I have the male 120v male plug on the outside and a dual 120v standard household outlet on the inside to plug the charger into. I just use a standard extension cord to plug the cart in. https://www.amazon.com/120-Volt-Weat...herproof+Inlet
Do you still have the approximate dimensions you cut the LTPE seaboard down to so it would fit over the existing battery box? I have a 2014 EZGO 2Five and have purchased 2 pieces of 12" x 24" x 1/2" seaboard and plan on doing the same thing.
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