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Old 02-18-2019, 08:49 PM   #1
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Cool Hymer Aktiv teardown page added

SUIET Hacks, LLC added a teardown and manuals section to the website. There are some internal pics of EcoTrek. We'll add more as they become available.
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Old 02-18-2019, 09:06 PM   #2
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So that is the revolutionary proprietary BMS system? Probably the same as is in the cheapo Chinese drop in batteries.
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Old 02-18-2019, 09:12 PM   #3
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So that is the revolutionary proprietary BMS system? Probably the same as is in the cheapo Chinese drop in batteries.
So why your confusion?
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Old 02-18-2019, 09:16 PM   #4
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So why your confusion?

Quality wise about what I would have expected, but I thought it would be something the nephew and his follow college students had designed and would be built into boards with other components. It is starting to sound like the whole thing may be off the shelf maybe a custom relay board.


On edit, off the shelf part.


https://product.statnano.com/product/8869


Link to a similar one of their products manual couldn't find a 906 model


http://mewyeah.com/en/wanhu/upfile/2...0445363154.pdf
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It might be that the internal Ecotrek components evolved over time from the original RT developed BMS to off the shelf components as they discovered that they could fix the issues easier that way than continue to flail away at fixing their own design...
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It might be that the internal Ecotrek components evolved over time from the original RT developed BMS to off the shelf components as they discovered that they could fix the issues easier that way than continue to flail away at fixing their own design...

That is certainly possible. All the parts appear to be easily accessible for anyone to do their own, "drop in" battery, and many Asian companies are doing just that.
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That is certainly possible. All the parts appear to be easily accessible for anyone to do their own, "drop in" battery, and many Asian companies are doing just that.
Somewhere I have a photo of the inside of an original version Ecotrek. If I find it, I will see if it looks like it has these off the shelf components.
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