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Old 06-03-2015, 10:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Open Revolt 1000A questions

I'm looking to build the 1000A version of this controller and am having issues finding the BOM for it. I've found the BOM listed in the wiki but it seems to be missing specifics for the components.

Does anyone have a BOM with specific part numbers or a more detailed BOM?

Also what type of solder did you guys use?

I have a Hakko soldering station also, what temperature should I set it at?

Thanks for all the help!

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The most recent version uses 3 IGBT modules (and has been tested up to 1500amp). There's a driver/control board, and the rest is the igbt modules, SBE ring capacitor, and copper sheets and nomex. I have the parts list for populating the control/driver board if you wanted to try that. The WIKI has a lot of garbage on it that never worked. I need to spend some time cleaning it up.
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.. I have the parts list for populating the control/driver board if you wanted to try that.
I would like a link to the parts list!

You gave me a few of the boards and they have been collecting dust on a shelf ... waiting for some attention ...
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Well then let me see if I can find it! haha. There's a difference between having it, and knowing where it is. lol

EDIT: OK, that schematic/BOM was lost when my computer/car was stolen. But I found a mouser cart for it. I'm now filling in the "customer part number" for each part, then I can send you the cart and you can order it.
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OK, the mouser cart for it now exists with all the PCB numbers labeled on it.

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