As someone mentioned, even at 120v you won't get great acceleration with GC
batts. That's why we often call them "lead sleds".
Peter Flipsen Jr
On Sep 9, 2017 7:14 PM, "John Lussmyer via EV" <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri Sep 08 21:57:43 PDT 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> >There is both a battery low voltage limit and a motor high voltage limit.
> >There is also a motor current limit and a battery current limit.
> >You need to set all four to the appropriate values.
> yes, I know. Just forgot to list those Motor values as they are set to be
> 1000A and 150V.
> And I was reporting Battery Amps of course.
> I'm pretty sure now that it's just too low a voltage pack. 200 Batt amps
> was the max I could pull.
> The GC batts are basically unused - but are a couple years old, and have
> had battery maintainers connected for that time.
> I'm betting he has a Z1K LV - so that will limit how hi a voltage we can
> switch to when we switch to Lithium.
> (also dealing with it having 2, 10A 48V chargers - one of which is dead,
> so you have to switch the other charger back and forth between pack
> halves. sigh.)
> This guy can't afford a bunch of upgrades immediately though.
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