tell us more about the upgrade Daavok!!
About the upgrade: I brought it to Muxsan in the Netherlands and they did the swap, very easy and quick. Would recommend.tell us more about the upgrade Daavok!!
Do you have any LeafSpy data about the pack?
If you open it up and use the modules you can easily make a "powerwall" set up. Many many people have done this. Check out jehu garcia on youtube for how to'sHas anyone come up with a way of setting one up as a domestic storage battery?
You are limited with the available Nissan e-nv200 batteries unfortunately so that is only the 24 or 40. There does not exist a 62kwh version for the e-nv200. Due to the extra liquid cooling you cannot just swap a leaf battery into it either.Would this not be a good upgrade option to stick 62kwh cells into maybe?
Although thinking about it maybe ripping the cooling bits out of it and sticking them into a 62kwh pack would be the way to go for a van conversion, then with another Muxsan range extender, 22kwh AC & 100kw chademo you'd have a good 82kwh van with a healthy rate of charge and cooling capacity for the battery pack as well...
I'd love to see a way to retrofit cooling to the LEAF pack. But the eNV200 system is not a sound starting point IMO as it only cools the front of the pack by wafting air vaguely in its direction at best.Could technically adjust the cooling a little to cover the stack at the back where the most heat builds up too.
as to selling your battery...perhaps contact Matt at Cleevely Electric Vehicles | Electrical Vehicles | Gloucestershire as he seems to be taking the bull by the horns with regards to upgrades.I got the 40kwh upgrade. It was totally worth it, makes the van a viable travel vehicle now.
Take a look at this thread where it was discussed before:This is why I was thinking it would be a good basis. I've not seen many if any decent pics of the setup on the env compared to the leaf to show what it does and not many people take them apart.
Thanks! Will do if the ebay auction does not work.as to selling your battery...perhaps contact Matt at Cleevely Electric Vehicles | Electrical Vehicles | Gloucestershire as he seems to be taking the bull by the horns with regards to upgrades.