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Prevent a Zivan from killing batteries

Listed In Category: Automobiles & Other Vehicles > Repair Equipment
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Classified Id OEPHLHPD
Asking Price $ 45.00 CAD per item
Quantity This item is always in stock 
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Renewed Date14-Apr-2017 04:17:31 PM EST
Expiration Date 13-Jun-2017 04:17:31 PM EST
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Aaaability member since 13-dec-2005
View Vancouver Classifieds Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Prevent a Zivan from killing an electric vehicle's batteries prematurely.

Old-timers will tell you this much: "Batteries don't die -- they are murdered!"

So, what killed electric cars? Would you like to 'cuff the real killer?

If you've surfed around to see what's been "cooking batteries" in electric cars, you'll likely see postings in EV forums with opinions that indicate the popular Zivan (NG1, NG3) battery charger is responsible for premature battery pack death. (One alternative method to this listing would be to use Voltage Clampers; however, our tests show that voltage clampers and Battery Balancers cannot handle the amps delivered by the intermittently-rampaging Zivan charger. Furthermore, voltage-clampers draw significant amps while at rest, reducing power at all times, which is rather counter-productive.)

Want to learn how to prevent the Zivan from cooking an EV's batteries? But, why not -- if the replacement cost of your electric vehicle's batteries is $3,000 this listing should be a bargain.

You are purchasing several photos (in JPG format, All Rights Reserved) and a telephone consulting service on how to use a Zivan NG3 battery charger in a way that will not overcharge ("cook") batteries for an electric vehicle.

For electric vehicle (i.e. car/pickup) owners. This information, if implemented, should save the battery pack from premature failure, i.e. "early death". FYI, replacement cost for new batteries for a Chevy S-10 EV is $3,000 or more.

In addition to my information, you will also need to purchase, at your own expense, $25 worth of electric supplies; and, optionally, a $30 instrument to implement this. You will also need to change your thinking about your batteries and your personal charging method. (If you are somewhat careless or uncaring about batteries, this listing is probably not for you.)

FYI, most "information" about batteries, especially, voltage-checking (even with a PakTrkr) imho is incorrect or inadequate. For example, have you ever heard of anyone in EV forums write about Surface Charge, or Discharge Ratings? Likely not. ) This lack of old-timers' knowledge, imho, is why Electric Vehicles, generally speaking, are "dead".

The Zivan battery charger (NG1, NG3) is the most popular brand of controllers for electric scooters, electric motorcycles, electric cars, golf carts, fork lifts and other electric vehicles.

FYI,for an electric vehicle, it is a good idea, imho, to ruggedize (modify) the Curtis Controller components that are weak. That information is not included in this listing, but that information will be made available in a future listing.

FYI, to prevent premature Curtis controller failure without having to make inside changes, two external modifications are possible. That information is not included in this listing, but that information will be made available in a future listing.

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