Hardware


I’ve been working like a dog on making an electric vehicle system for a guy on the east coast. It’s been assembled for days. Runs too. But it has this kind of miss to it. Almost like it’s got one bad spark plug wire. It just runs rough. I’ve not seen that kind of problem before with an AC electric vehicle system.

Also have the spot welder nearly assembled. It just needs some finishing. I hope to create a process to spot weld braided flat cable to lithium battery cells. The cable allows flexing without breakage. Mostly for our combat robot buddies. For automotive use it’s not really necessary. But it will be a great process to have under my belt.

After this system gets shipped, I have gathered all of my hand drawn individual schematics, and will create one large schematic for the entire Dolphin main board. I have almost every square inch documented. Just a little remains. But even a mostly completed schematic will be helpful in debugging. I’m still deciding what cad package to use.

Today I just announced the opening of the US Electricar store to the US Electricar Yahoo group.

If you have not noticed or heard, I’ve opened the US Electricar.net store for USE owners so they can get repairs and parts to keep their vehicles running. There are links on this blog to take you there. Enjoy!

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