Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Photos From the Latest Free Ride of the Revived Battery EV


Click on any photo
to zoom in.

My Revived Battery Electric Pickup Truck costs only 30 cents per day to operate, including the cost of battery replacement!


The CCEC and

Public Dreams staff
were enthused about
this EV because
it uses recycled
batteries.

We recently figured out
a way
to stop the Zivan NG3
battery charger
from cooking
batteries to death
even without a
voltage clamper
device.

The KillaWatt meter
now shows less than
15A draw, so we can
charge the etruck
anywhere there is
an electric outlet.
However, circuit breakers pop quite often,
as there is only an amp left
in the breaker for, say, a coffee maker.
The good news is that
we've never been turned down
when we needed a charge.
I got 'thumbs up' all the time,
when people saw the EV signage
on the pickup.


Click here to see
my earlier EV Diary.
.
Click here for EV Diary Part Seven
.

Click here to see how to recycle
your empty ink and toner cartridges.
.

To stop the burning of fossil fuels
we really need to get four more
similar electric vehicles
in Vancouver's roads.
Click here to learn why.

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Click below to view
Revived Battery videos on YouTube:
Stanley Park/Lions Gate Bridge
Crest of Lions Gate Bridge
Ammeter and Speedometer on bridge run

EV Album entry - lists battery breakthroughs
http://www.austinev.org/evalbum/1091



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