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Thank you for the input. I was thinking about bypassing the logic board and trying this.MajorRazer wrote: ↑Thu Oct 10, 2019 12:34 pm
but i cut the cables black/red going into the bms, attached the battery controller female connector to the end of that. Then a Charger modification with a male end.. Charged it up for 3 hrs, (the charger autostopped).
Then i plugged it up to the m365 controller. As to which the dash gives you the beeping blinking error code 21.
I disabled the speaker (large cylinder on back of dashboard with paperclip) and she rides again. You wont have any batt info so keep that inmind, but she rides again temporarily.
That was the case with one battery, i tried the same on another m365 battery and it was getting very hot after 30mins of charging.. Made me nervous. I have yet to try hooking either battery back up to their originalbms to test the low battery theory but ill keep you all posted.
Try the above only at your own risk. Dont be foolish.
tldr; the red blinking light on the battery is probably due to major differences between the voltages that need to be in sync. Battery packs need to be load balanced.
To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.Using multi-meter to test voltage between the 10 points of contact.
To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.The module I used to regulate the voltages (charge or discharge)
Sample battery pack that would have the module (if you don't want to wait or order from China)
To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.Using the module paired with alligator clips to charge the m365 individual clusters (there are 10)
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