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DIY LiHV Charge Cables

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I had previously made a few LiHV charge cables by painstakingly casting the individual connectors in JB weld, then encasing them in a 3D printed housing of my own design. But I thought I could put my unused Yuneec LiHV charger boxes to better use as they don't have a "store" function and were just occupying space on a shelf, collecting dust, and offered to be "doners". What follows is how I "hacked" the connector out of 2 of the "doner" chargers and made 2 LiHV charger cables to be used with a good multi functional charger.
 

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Yes, I thought about keeping the bulky charge box initially, but decided that I would never go back to using the charger in the original way with the slow power supply and lack of functions. So for that reason, I chose to make the less bulky charge cables, as I would always be using a high end multi-function charger. Your choice od course......
 

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