well i think i'll just give up 2 many people arnt taking me seriesly )2people above)
heres the link for the battery things...
Old Systems retired due to new car
New system at design/prototype stage on BeagleBoard.
OH GOD, just buy a d@mn golfcart...... It seems to do everything your trying to do.... I am sure they have golf courses in Australia. Alot of golf courses only keep their carts for a certain amount of years then eventually get rid of them and replace them. Maybe you can find one that is in the process of switching them out and they will sell you one. I am sure if you point them to this thread they will feel so bad for you that they will give it to you.
Nirwana Project, the Android/Win 7 hybrid system!
1X Ainol Novo Flame Tab
3x Perixx Touchpads
3x 7 inch Screens
1X 7 inch motorized Screen
1x Win 7 PC
Our of thoughs 4 which one do you think would be the best?
and i mean this really. And how fast do you think i would go(with all of them)(1...2...3..4..)
and i want to do this bye myself with this(making it)
with help of people that will actually do it but i'm starting to think noone is going to so i might as well try on my own right?
Watched your vid ausi,
Your battery array will not generate enough amperage to move more than 10 or so pounds. You seem a bit confused in the video, but it appears you have a parallel-series circuit, that is, multiple parallel banks in series with one another. Making 12v is good though, you got that right. Electronics class will help you understand this stuff much better, reminds me of my first electronics class in 9th grade
If you want to make a cart that is going to move you, here are my HONEST suggestions.
Batteries: (minimum 4, 6 or 8 would be better, hooked in series-parallel)
Optima deep cycle type
Minimum power to push you around is going to be 3hp.
It's not going to be cheap!!!! what I have posted will get the job done but its going to cost you some $$$
In addition to solar panels you may want to use a regenerative braking system, basically meaning having an alternator that is connected to each wheel, when you engage the brakes it actually engages the alternators which cause resistance slowing the cart and at the same time recharging the batteries.
This is more useful info than I've seen posted in the last 600 posts so take it for what its worth.