FS: ME1003, TC 144V charger, Chennic DC/DC

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FS: ME1003, TC 144V charger, Chennic DC/DC

Post by zeva » Fri, 10 Jul 2015, 01:33

Hi all,

I recently decided to use my NSR150 conversion as a testbed for AC controller development, so have stripped it down and have a few of the old parts for sale.

The motor is a Motenergy ME1003, 72V DC, 11.5kW continuous, 23kW peak. Very torquey little motor which does a good job in a motorbike-sized EV. It's only been used for a few hundred KMs. Asking $400 (i.e half Aus retail)

Further information here: http://www.motenergy.com/me1003.html

I'll also be changing system voltage, so also up for sale is the charger and DC/DC converter. Charger is a TC 144V 15A, designed for 45x LiFePO4 cells (i.e CCCV with 162V peak charge voltage). Asking $495 (also half Aus retail).

Charger info here: http://www.tccharger.com/english/Product/T35/48.html

And lastly the DC/DC converter, which is a Chennic 144V-13.8V 35A model, asking $80.

All items in good working order, a little over a year old. I'm in Perth but I can ship interstate - send me a message if interested and I'll chase up a shipping quote.

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FS: ME1003, TC 144V charger, Chennic DC/DC

Post by Vectrix150V » Fri, 10 Jul 2015, 20:24

Can this be reduced slightly to 158V? I think someone posted the details on a while ago.

I'm interested as I need something with a bit more output for the 38 series leaf conversion in the vectrix. I have a 180V one that I was hoping to set to a lower voltage, but the Elcon thread died a death months ago.

Also - does it have the BMS control terminals as well (would rather this than use an SSR or something on the mains input).
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