All right, today's video is gon na be short short. Why uh? Well, because i'm tired, i was recently um tested positive for kovit uh and i'm still recovering right. So i'm here at my office, i'm by myself. Nobody else is here, so i thought i'd shoot a little video about this little guy here, but yeah.

I feel still feel kind of tired, so but anyways. This is gon na. Be a quick video. It's a simple little thing: it's just a a little adapter to be able to charge the very popular and very abundant es4 internal scooter packs right.

These are 10s uh, 36 volts nominal right, 42 um fully charged. So, as you know, we have, this is one of the easiest way to make a power wall. Uh today is to get a bunch of these, because these are, you know, affordable and abundant. So we even made this megalodon go x.

It's a giant uh power strip that allows you to hook up um. What 28 of these? I think something like that 28 of them, but, as you might know, a lot of you guys are finding out is well when you connect them through this port right here. This is a discharge board, then they don't automatically wake up. What you have to do is you have to once they're charged.

Then you have to click a little button. That's underneath this little cap here, which is hard. Then you have to take them apart. That's a lot of work, the other easiest way to do it.

It is just to connect, put apply power here. This is the actual charging port right, and so that's where this guy comes in. All you do, is you plug it in here and then the same uh? This has got the same connector, it's an xt30, so the same charger that you would use this one right here. We sell this one with an xc30.

You can charge the battery and then you could also just wake it up or charge it this way too right so and of course it's got six of them, so that allows you. If you have a lot of them to do a lot of them, then you could do that way right and then just wake up six at a time or charge six at a time now, for a more permanent thing, i am making a longer one that once You have all 28 of these uh packs connected to this mega dongle uh. Then you should be able to have another one in here too, that is connected to that board, and you then can decide to either charge through it or just use it to wake them up when, in the event that they they go dormant. For some reason, if you let it the voltage, uh go down low to where they go to home right.

So that's what uh i'm working on currently on finishing that thing, because this this just feels like it's half half of what it needs to be right. Um. We haven't been able to find the very specific uh connector here, but this one works. All you have to do is just uh.

It actually works better. If you remove this little clip here and then it allows you to sit the connector in there farther because of right now, as you can see it kind of bottoms out there and it works, it's just you know it's not it's not perfect. So that's what's happening. All right, thank you for watching this video we'll see you guys on the next one stay safe out there and stay busy building batteries, uh i'll, try to keep doing the same all right.

Thank you see you bye!.

4 thoughts on “36v es4 battery charging adapter”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Doc Lee says:

    Wish you a speedy recovery and strength for the New Year. You need some recharging! 🙂

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Electric-Everything says:

    Hope you feel better sir!

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars alan padgett says:

    Keep it up jehu , we really enjoy the content and all the work you do

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Aperture x1337 says:

    when will your OBX-E charger/balancers be back in stock? I've been checking daily.

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