|Location||Bonham, Texas US map|
|Vehicle||1989 Mazda B2200 |
Silver, 2 Door Pickup, with customized airbrush artwork and sponsor decals.
|Motor||Prestolite Series Wound DC|
7" single shaft, very heavy for it's size.
|Batteries||15 Saft STM5-180, 6.00 Volt, Nickel-Cadmium, Flooded|
Donated to us from "Georgia Tech", visit: www.neetrac.gatech.edu
|System Voltage||90 Volts|
|Charger||Quick Charge Onboard EV Model|
Nice compact, yet heavyduty charger from: www.quickcharge.com WebPage
|DC/DC Converter|| |
12 volt deep cycle battery
|Instrumentation||Analog Amp Meter, digital voltmeters for the traction pack, and the aux systems battery.|
|Top Speed||45 MPH (72 KPH)|
This vehicle has a planned life/use. It'll never see over 45 mph as it'll be used around 5 school campuses for the
Technology Department's daily use.
|Range||30 Miles (48 Kilometers)|
Should obtain 30 miles at city street speeds easily, all we need is 20mile max in a day's work routine.
|Seating Capacity||2 adults|
|Many thanks to all the businesses & individuals who have donated parts/money/labor towards this project.|
More detailed photos of the conversion process can be seen at: www.shrunkin.com/ev WebPage
Also, please visit our friends at: www.nteaa.org WebPage
The, North Texas Electric Auto Association