|Location||Tucson, Arizona US map|
|Vehicle||1979 Fiat X19 Bertone |
2 Door targa Coupe Sports Car
|Motor||Advanced DC #203-06-4001A, 8 Series Wound DC|
72-120VDC, single shaft, 8" diam., 21.7 HP continuous at 120 VDC
At 96 VDC, 19 HP continuous, 20.6 HP for one hour, 31.5 HP for 5 min., 68 HP peak
At 120 VDC, 21.7 HP continuous, 24 HP for one hour, 37 HP for five min., 83 HP peak
One Hour KW rating:
15.5KW @ 96VDC, 18KW @ 120VDC
Motor Weight is 110lbs.
|Drivetrain||5 speed Mid-engine, transverse, rear wheel drive|
|Controller||Curtis #1231C-8601, 96-144 VDC, 500 amp|
The Curtis PMC models 1231C and 1221C motor speed controllers provide smooth, silent, efficient and cost effective speed control for on-road electric vehicle applications. These controllers utilize power MOSFET technology, pioneered by Curtis PMC, to provide benefits unavailable with older speed control systems.
|Batteries||32 Thunder Sky 100Ah, 3.20 Volt, Lithium-Ion|
Winston Thundersky TS-LFP 100AHA 081218-F00977
|System Voltage||120 Volts|
• Advanced high frequency (HF) switching design with 92% typical efficiency
• Fully sealed enclosure providing improved reliability in demanding environments
• > 0.98 Power Factor Control (PFC) minimizes utility surcharges and maximizes use of AC power
• Approved battery charge algorithms for ideal charging (default I1, I2, U, I3a)
• Memory to store 10 unique algorithms, and tools to load new algorithms in the field
•All Elcon chargers are configured for both 115VAC and 230VAC for complete versatility
|DC/DC Converter||Curtis 1221C-7401|
Voltage 72-120 Volts
Current 400 Amps
|Instrumentation||Curtis Battery Indicator Model 900R|
80-180 V Voltmeter
0-400 Amp Ammeter
|Top Speed||60 MPH (96 KPH)|
|Range||40 Miles (64 Kilometers)|
|Seating Capacity||2 adults|
|Curb Weight||1,300 Pounds (590 Kilograms)|
|Conversion Time||50 Hours|
|Additional Features||Mean Well Model #: SD-350D-12 12vdc Output DC/DC Converter, Single Output.|
Conversion costs do not include the new interior or new custom paint job.
Replaced heavier stock steel wheels with lighter aluminum/alloy wheels.
|This Fiat X19 EV was converted using components / kit from Electric Vehicles of America, Inc. and EVolve Electrics.|
The pack needs to be top balanced and needs a BMS.