Are you writing code from scratch?
No it’s based of Vesc6 just bit modified
ah ok gotcha
Did some soldering but did not managed to make main cpu work I guess my programmer is bad or etc ordered a new one.
Here is how power stage looks (It’s uncleaned pcb straight after soldering)
Are you using a hot air blower or reflow station? If you’re gonna be doing a lot of surface mount soldering, it will save you sooo much time and your connections will be much better.
Solder paste and a hot air blower is the only way I would do it
Yeah, I did with solder paste and hot air, but my hot air station is bit crappy and still learning with solder paste dispensing plus my solder tip is shitty.
P.S. I havent done any smd work for last 6 years
Oh okay gotcha. I understand haha it was hard my first time too and I had a pretty nice one
Today, have redone the VESC board to single unit and better version of it.
This is a “Balancer” part of my upcoming BMS which will balance each LiPo pack separately from all 8 packs
Wow this is pretty impressive. Congrats!
What battery are you planning to mount?
I’m doing a pretty similar build bmand I’m not sure if I should go 12s4p or 10s5p
I will be going 12s4p swappable or 12s8p
How much did you pay for the 6384s?
Today I have bought the batteries for 12s4p, Nano-X controller for a temporary solution before I make my own, and will be buying two FocBox’es also for temporary to test the drivetrain.
Damn I really want to see those mounts ur working on
Wow! You are going crazy with these batteries now. What kind of range do you expect?
Worst case scenario 40Wh/km = 1209.6Wh / 40Wh/km = 30km Best case scenario 10Wh/km = 1209.6Wh / 10Wh/km = 120km
But I am still thinking of building two swapable packs of 12s2p