OwnerJack Bradshaw
Owner's Other EVBridgestone MB-6
LocationHampstead, New Hampshire US map
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Vehicle1993 Eagle Jeep Summit Eagle Wagon
Converted in 1993 by SOLARMAX for the Orlando Utilities
Commission. Purchased on EBay 4/07
MotorAdvanced DC FB-4001A, 72-144V, dual-shaft, 19 HP, 85 HP peak Series Wound DC
9.1"
ControllerCurtis 1221B-7401 going to 1221C
Batteries10 Power Battery SLF-12205, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM
Surplus UPS batteries 184AH (4/07)
Originally 10 East Penn Mfg 8G30H
Battery wiring was #1 welding cable, now replaced w/ #2/0
System Voltage120 Volts
ChargerKTA BC-20
120 VDC on board Charger.....being replaced by 5 Dytek dual bank
marine chargers w/ added isolation relays and fuses
HeaterMagnetek Air Conditioning Motor (1Hp)
- adding ceramic heater
DC/DC ConverterSolar Car Corp Exide Nautilus (Todd ?)
12VDC 10A on board Charger
InstrumentationAmmeter: Westberg 2C6-30X 500A
Shunt: Deltec MKB-500-50 500A/50mv
Fuel: Curtis 900R-120-BN Battery Gauge
EV Miles
Current:1,813 Miles (2,917 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity2 adults
Conversion CostComponents: $ 9,553.05 (original 1993)
Surplus batteries ~ $1000.
New wiring and solenoids ~ $200
5 Dyteks ~ $175 (EBay)
Misc small stuff EBay ~ $200
Heater $25 (Sam's)
Additional FeaturesStupid phony hood intake and wing (both coming off)
It's still a work in progress to get it ready for spring. I'm still impressed w/ how nice a
setup the Summit is though.....even though I bought it for the EV parts to use for a
different conversion I've decided to stay w/ the Summit and update it....GO (iMIEV)
MITSUBISHI !

PS: I've added a public charging station to the side of the building here....see WebPage /> neeaa.org/charging.htm#nh

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