Here’s the current (no pun intended) version of my dual motor build wiring design:
XT60 connectors on the batteries for ease of charging via my XT60 equipped balance board. I plan to wire up a couple of cables that connect two of these batteries in series to one XT90 anti-spark which will form the main connection between the pack and the rest of the board. The idea is that this will allow me to have 2 of these packs (i.e. 2 lots of 2x4S batteries wired up in the 8S configuration) charged up and ready to swap out easily. The board itself also has an anti-spark on/off switch, so I have 2 safe points to be able to shut the thing down if needed.
How does it look to you more experienced builders? Any obvious problems? Anything I’ve missed?
Does 8S 5Ah sound good for a dual 190KV configuration board? My calculations suggest that this should give me just under 20mph loaded top speed and about 9 miles range (per battery pack), which sounds about right for what I want to achieve for a first build. I could consider upgrading to 2x5S or more capacity later.
20C with 30C burst should allow me to draw 100A continuous and 150A burst I think - enough for the board?
Sorry for all the questions - Learning lots thanks to search but I don’t have the confidence to be sure of my designs yet!