New Video About the EVGT-40

Posted by Andrew on May 24, 2012 in Electric Cars, Hobbies

Built by hand in my garage, the EVGT-4 is a great example of what can be accomplished by one man if he puts his mind to it. You don’t have to know all the answers when you start out, but you need to know that you can learn them. You take each piece, one at […]


Why we make things

Posted by Andrew on May 22, 2012 in Technology

I have been making things all of my life.  Adam’s speech hits very close to home to me.  For me I got this bug to make things from my father who was always helping my brother and I make and fix things.  Legos and Radio Shack electronic kits were always favorite toys in our house. […]


Battery Monitoring System Interface

Posted by Andrew on May 17, 2012 in Code, Electric Vehicles

The front end for the battery monitoring system is really coming along. The key is creating meaningful real time graphs that allow the user to see what is going on in their battery pack. The most important two voltages are the highest cell and lowest cell because these determine how much juice can be put […]


Using Wifi for Automotive Guages in Electric Cars

Posted by Andrew on May 1, 2012 in Electric Vehicles, Hobbies

Working with Charlie Malone from Vintage Voltage, I have been creating a wireless wifi battery monitoring system called EVView™. The system is comprised of a wifi enabled device that hooks up to Charlie’s Battery Management System and displays the status of every cell on any wifi enabled device with a browser. The main design is […]

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