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Old 01-12-2020, 01:27 AM   #8 (permalink)
Tahoe_Hybrid
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HyBro - '08 Chevy Tahoe HY2
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Here is the Full speculations on the ultracaps
after a bit of Google search hacking..

Ultracapacitor. Type: Electric Double-Layer. Weight: 6.0 kg. Available Energy Capacity: 6.9 Wh. Voltage Range: 12-25 V. Max. Power: 725 W. Max. Discharge 14.5v


using a calculator I got
80fared @ 25volts

https://avt.inl.gov/sites/default/fi...da3i-eloop.pdf

the 25vDC to 12vDC converter might be useful for people who run large dual lithium iron battery..... ieloop is just a middle man for more "potential failure"

but then again it will be useful to steal the parts i.e reg braking ieloop(and DC to DC converter) and alternator and put it in another car to use..

Last edited by Tahoe_Hybrid; 01-12-2020 at 02:19 AM..
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