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K2 battery exploration

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  • #16
    Possibly they might not be up to the task but the new BMS should at least help. The cells should do 56A instant and since in parallel then that is 112A and I split the cells since I can wire up the pairs of battery pack in parallel too. That way it is not the "weakest" pack of two in series since the other pack can try and help.

    The super high amps are right at the dead stop based upon acceleration. The steady state of the motors is actually quite low in amps when on a flat road.

    I turned down the controller to 35A using the Go Prammer but I think the "catch-up" of the amp limiting is slow so that is more of a full speed amp limit.
    Last edited by ESR_RSE; 12-01-2019, 12:29 PM.

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