Need EFlow battery BMS

#1
I'm a newbie here but have enjoyed commuting an EFlow the past 4y. My BMS battery component fried, neither Currie or shops can help. Any sources or help appreciated greatly.
 
#3
Thanks...either possibly. I bought a new functional battery miraculously from Currie ...currently using. But my spare needs the BMS.
Planning a long trip and want a 2nd battery :/
 
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MarkF

Active Member
#9
I agree with Thomas. A 4 year old battery is close to it's useful stage. The cells will always show voltage but that doesn't mean there still good. As soon as a load is applied the voltage will drop which is what happens to tired cells.
 
#10
Thanks both of you. A background: I went hard on a warm day and made a (later found out..) mistake to charge right away instead of a cool period first. RPE put in fresh cells ~8 mos earlier.
 

J.R.

Well-Known Member
#11
Thanks both of you. A background: I went hard on a warm day and made a (later found out..) mistake to charge right away instead of a cool period first. RPE put in fresh cells ~8 mos earlier.
If you can't get help from the maker, I'd press RPE a little harder. They require the original battery, BMS and battery charger to rebuild a pack. They supposedly test everything, they should be able to give you some help here. These aren't the days of hand written work orders. One would think there are records of the work performed. If not for the customer, for other future rebuilds. Good luck!