Measuring the bell-housing, schematics for the car, battery, control logic.
Above is the point cloud we generated, and then the surfaces we created so we can create the adapter that will go between the transmission and the motor.
We opened the battery with the help of a fiend from Wisconsin. We will split the pack into 3 physical groups. The tall group on the right will go under the rear seat, the top groups will go against the firewall, and the lower groups will either be over the motor, or in front of the motor.
The white plates over the right pack are heaters. there are a total of 6 heaters in the pack that I have found so far.
The pre-charge and main contactor, the white ceramic in-between seems to be the pre-charge resistor.
|We looked inside the motor controller, those capacitors are about 1.75"x4". The 3 IGBT's are hidden underneath of them, and mounted directly to the large aluminum water-filled cooling housing.|
|The original brake switch and accelerator will be used, I had not realized it was a drive by wire car, this makes things easier.|
|I/O required for the DMOC adapter|
Charge control is missing?