I’m planning on doing a 10S build with hub motors soon, but since I’ve never used li-ion cells or a BMS, I thought I would start small to get some practice before I do my 10S build. I have a left over motor and 6s esc so wanted to do a small single drive 6s setup with a BMS.
I was initially going to buy a cheap 6S BMS and bypass the discharging, but then found this 6s E-bike BMS rated for 60A which I think should be enough amps.
Any reason why you guys think it won’t work? Aside from being what appears to be on the big side.
The other things I will need are a charger. Will something like this charger work?
A QUESTION that’s been bothering me is where do you find the female end for the charge plug that would go on the board. How do you know which ones will fit? The chargers don’t appear to give any specs on the male end of the plugs. Are they standard or something? This is probably a noob question, but I couldn’t find anything on this…
Was also going to wire in a battery indicator and probably use a 100amp circuit breaker as the on off switch just to keep costs down and make things easy for this build.
I’m going to be using Basen’s for my 10s build and copying @Namasaki basically, so for this was thinking a 6s2p with Basen 26650’s.
Also will be buying a Sunnko 709A spot welder - most people seem to have good things to say about this one