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Old 09-08-2018, 10:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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SUVcruiser - '07 Ssangyong Kyron 2.0 XDI
90 day: 42.55 mpg (US)

SUVcruiser year 2017 - '07 Ssangyong Kyron 2.0XDI
90 day: 42.55 mpg (US)

Hybridcruiser 2018 - '13 Volvo V60 plug in hybrid
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Ac to dc low voltage high current


At the moment i drive an hybrid car witch has in perfect conditions an electric range of 50km. To work and back home is 54km. So i cant do that full electric. The furthest i went was 52km without diesel or recharging.

At work i have 4 AGM 12V batteries and an 2000W ac inverter in the trunk and with that i recharge the car partially so i can get home full electric. The power inverter accepts a voltage up to 16,5Volt. And stops at 11Volt.

I have around 10kWh of lithium cells. And want to build an 4cell serie configuration.

But the current charger is only for lead batteries and wont charge higher then 14,6Volt.

I need an 16V charger so i can use the litium batterie.

I want to build or buy an charger that can charge the batterie in maximum 8 hours.

Is there an solution for me?

Thanks in advance.

Drive smart, save fuel, save money, spare the enviroment

But keep having fun!
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Previous car. SUV. From 2011+ 10l/100km to 2017 5,516l/100km.
2017 without holiday: 5,397l/100km
EPA Rated average: 8,1l/100km

Current ride: plug in 285hp hybrid
EPA Rated average: 2,8l/100km
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