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Mod Wiring Diagrams

Discussion in 'All Things Mod Making' started by Seedy, May 21, 2015.

  1. Seedy

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    <UPDATE> Everything has been updated and new info added to a dedicated sub site: http://info.modmaker.co.uk/</UPDATE>

    Been busy making wiring diagrams for different mod builds. The list is growing and I'll add more soon.
    This is what Ive done so far:

    10A Naos Raptor
    20A Naos Raptor
    Illuminate An LED Switch When Pressed
    MM360B With Charger
    Murata OKL2-T20-W12N2C
    Murata OKR-T/10
    Parallel Battery Mosfet
    PWM 555 Mod
    Series Battery Mosfet
    Series Battery P-Channel Mosfet Wiring Diagram With ModMeter
    SX350 60W
     
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  2. darren89

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    Cheers :) I have no excuse for not making my own now :)
     
  3. gerry

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    Quick one! Have everything for my 10a raptor build (bar box which is en route)

    Going off your diagram I ordered everything from you (again bet box) however what's the best gauge wiring to use? This is my first variable build.

    Cheers in advance



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  4. EssexBoy

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    I have everything for my first mosfet dual 18650 box.

    Quick question (@gerry you might know)

    Is series the one that gives double the power or double the battery life??


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  5. gerry

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    Series will give you 8.4v on a full charge but will drain your battery as fast as an 18650 mech. Parallel will double your battery life.

    Someone correct me if I am talking complete bollox, it's late


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  6. peps1

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    This^

    And Parallel will also increase your battery Amperage rating (by not quite double).

    So, I would really recommend building a Parallel mod first, and including a MOSFET (that's a must!) along with 2x 15A resettable fuses.
     
  7. gerry

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    Yeah I believe it doesn't double it but X1.5 or so! So 30a would actually be 45a

    Yeah the parallel mosfet was my first ;)

    Building a series 26650 at the moment then a 10a raptor in a g box :)


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    I'm sure there is some fancy bit of maths to work it out, that I really should know! :18:

    Got some bits here for a Raptor build, just got to find the time to grind a hammond box down flat, and powder-coat the bugger!
     
  9. gerry

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    I did flat a box, started to polish it, then found an eBay shop doing them powder coated! Can deal with the lean lol the hexohm has trained me to deal with it :)


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  10. Seedy

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    Hi Gerry,
    When I built mine, I used 0.5mm wire. Never had a problem with it until I put the batteries in the wrong way and blew the board. 0.5mm is good for 9a I believe but due to the short runs, its capable of the job.
     

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