When the scales were here, we were conscious of paying by the hour, and forgot to take a photo. This one is similar to Garry's:
The sample is in pounds, but I assure you we were working in kilograms.
Our first measurement was without the yet-to-be made box of 14 cells; we found out later that day that 14 won't quite fit, and we can only readily squeeze 10 in there. The latest thoughts have 12 there, as per the post two above this one.
When looking for the above image, I found this photo of an MX-5 on scales:
Note the cute little ramps. We needed some packing to compensate for the slope of the garage floor. Weber put the car on stands the night before, so when Garry arrived we jacked up the rear, slid in the two rear load cells, and lowered the rear onto the load cells. We then jacked up the front, slid in the two front load cells, and lowered the front. It was a little disconcerting relying on the handbrake and the friction of the rear tyres on the load cells and the load cells on the wooden block.
Weights; 34 cells under boot in all cases.
No driver or passenger, nothing stacked on front
LF 329 326 RF 655
LR 344 349.5 RR 693.5
No driver or passenger, 28 kg stacked on front (representing 14 cells in front mudguards)
LF 346 343 RF 689
LR 341 346 RR 687
Driver and passenger (161.5 kg), 28 kg stacked on front
377.5 374 751.5
387 399 786
No driver or passenger, chargers removed from boot (14.2 kg), 16 kg stacked on front (representing 8 cells in front mudguards)
340 335 675
333 342 675
It seems that our bathroom scales were reading about 5% low. I wonder if they do that to make the typical customer feel better (in a weird attempt to boost sales). Every 10 kg is important, so at least in our case, it was well worth it to get accurate weights.
Nissan Leaf 2012 with new battery May 2019.
5650 W solar, PIP-4048MS inverter, 16 kWh battery.
1.4 kW solar with 1.2 kW Latronics inverter and FIT.
160 W solar, 2.5 kWh 24 V battery for lights.
Patching PIP-4048/5048 inverter-chargers.