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I'll try the freezer thing next time I make batter. Thanks!
Thanks for the tip about the batter!
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Nice starter for a well trodden path- there's lots of help on the web. Afew ....XBOOT – Multiboot ISO USB Creator (Windows)YUMI – Multiboot USB CreatorSARDU – Multiboot USB Creator (Windows)
It just means the manufacturer is YKK Fastening Products Group. I'd guess they only put YKK on because there isn't room for YKK Fastening Products Group.
DC Motors-Part 1/3: Continuous, Gear, Servo, Brushless and Coreless, Vibration, and Stepper, A Tutorial
Good stuff. My electric bike uses a DC brushless motor with hall connectors rather than brushes for timings. The bike motors can go over 4KW, most are 250 - 750W and are a good economical transport system (if you don't mind fresh air and getting wet at times). A good starter guide is at http://www.ebikes.ca/learn/hub-motors.html
There are more than one lithium technology available for use. Lithium Iron Phosphate would be the better choice for this project, a 4S cell configuration gets you close to a 12V lead battery in terms of fully charged voltages etc, and is safer than the LiPo technology that keeps getting mentioned. It is far lighter than Lead and has a greater energy density (not as high as LiPo though), cells are available with 10C discharge (10 times the charge rate) - look at headway 10A, 12A or 15A cells for example, you can get far more of the energy out that you put in than lead can, and is safe. There are times for lead batteries, but for this kind of project the advantages of LiFePO4 are pretty good.
it took 3 months to decide the information is too technical for you? Just move on and buy a 50 cent cable off ali without understanding if that's what you want.
HOW TO FIX A ZIPPER (NO REPLACE)
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