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harryS

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#21
$699? Wow.

Down the road, when you get to know your bike, check the controller for 48V components. Then a quick way to to see how 48V feels is to wire in some connectors and add a series 12V SLA for a test ride.

You might like it well enough at 36V.
 
#22
$699? Wow.

Down the road, when you get to know your bike, check the controller for 48V components. Then a quick way to to see how 48V feels is to wire in some connectors and add a series 12V SLA for a test ride.

You might like it well enough at 36V.
You're right, I might. Have a lot to learn about the electrical system.
 
#24
$699? Wow.

Down the road, when you get to know your bike, check the controller for 48V components. Then a quick way to to see how 48V feels is to wire in some connectors and add a series 12V SLA for a test ride.

You might like it well enough at 36V.
What does SLA mean ? I admit I'm ignorant of E-BIKE terminology.
 

harryS

Well-Known Member
#25
SLA is wheel chair technology? Sealed Lead Acid. Heavy, but probably easy to borrow one.

I rarely use them, but I have some 12.6V lithium "boosters". It's three cells in parallel in three series groups (3S3P). I was going to add them to my 36V batteries to get 48V.
 
#26
SLA is wheel chair technology? Sealed Lead Acid. Heavy, but probably easy to borrow one.

I rarely use them, but I have some 12.6V lithium "boosters". It's three cells in parallel in three series groups (3S3P). I was going to add them to my 36V batteries to get 48V.
Got it. I can see I'm going to have to bone up on basic electronics. It's been years.