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je ne vais pas avoir le temps de m'en occuper mais je vous transmet une réponse concernant l'avancée des travaux des américains pour le "grid charger"
bluesight (membre de crzforum.com)
CRZ Grid Charger
Here's a response from Mike at 99MPG about what he needs to build a harness for a CRZ to attach his Grid Charger:
Sorry for the delay, I cant seem to catch up.
The attached document explains what we need to do to get the CRZ harness designed.
You can refer to your Insight harness to get the basic fuse and tie in point concepts, as well as the two temp probes.
The CRZ schematics look a lot like the 2010 Insight ones I have (I have a manual).
The fan looks very similar to the way the civic blower works, and the 4 wires and pin numbers have the same functions. The mounting of the temp and fan control boards as well as the wire routing and charger jack location are not something I can do without having the thing in front of me, so you will have to see what you can come up with.
The PTC strips are not used, so a simple 20 ohm resistor will take care of that as we do on the civic harness.
The document explains most of the other areas of concern, but a phone call after you review the document may be useful so we can discuss any details.
I expect that the easiest way to proceed would be for us to make up a charger jack with all the wires connected, but left long so you can cut them.
The fan board would be the same micro controller type that we use for the civic, and the temp probes would be long enough so you can cut them after dressing the leads and mounting the fan and temp board.
I can supply you with the orange and black convoluted wire loom, and some orange heat sring so you can dress the leads and protect them as required. I expect we would need to have a lot of back and for thediscussions w=once you get into it, and hopefully when the dust clears, we will have designed a safe harness for the CRZ, and possibly the Insight 2.
Some real photos of the proposed locations and wiring connections will let me contribute more to the design.
I am not yet in a position to work on this, and I still need to negotiate with Honda to try to get them to keep warranty coverage on the battery if I hook this up. I'm not sure if you are interested in collecting some of this info, but if so, please let me know, or maybe contact Mike at 99MPG directly.
I don't see an option to attach the image, so I will need to find another way to send that to you...I'll see if I can stick it somewhere in my profile....
-------------------------------------------à propos de la gestion individuelle des barres
: leur point de vue est que si il faut les gérer individuellement c'est que la désharmonisation est trop grave pour être résolue par un chargeur. (l'effet durera 2 virages et retour case départ)
le chargeur peut rééquilibrer des differences de charge, mais pas des éléments "faibles"
la méthodologie serait la suivante :
1 - faire une charge d'égalisation,
tester si il y a une amélioration durable ( = il n'y a pas d'élément faible)
2 - si non,
refaire la batterie (test individuel, changement des faibles, au minimum)
3 - le mieux : changer tous les éléments mais tous les tester (même neuf un élément peut foirer)