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Speaker: DAVE BROWN Electric Vehicles are an exciting area of developing technology entering the mainstream market. Every major manufacturer is working on ne…

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11 Responses to DEFCON 20: DIY Electric Car

  1. Krzysztof Wierzbicki says:

    me like it

  2. brokenstyx says:

    broken

  3. harryman11 says:

    Just as a word of warning as some one who has done this before this guy
    really doesn’t as much as you would think. AC is has a lot more benefits
    than just regenerative breaking, lithium is scarce when you start talking
    about making billions of cars. The other thing is you cannot charge
    batteries at infinite speed even if you had enough service to supply it,
    and expect to have any longevity out of the battery(depending on
    construction).

  4. Lawllypawp7777 says:

    It works now, it was probably processing.

  5. Christiaan008 says:

    okay, since Sandy it seems YouTube has some hiccups during video playback

  6. NoScopeProducti0ns says:

    good video BUT What is he talking about at the end, you cant charge a
    lithium battery up in a minute even if you have unlimited power, the cells
    would have to be rated at 60 coluoms max charging rate!!!!!!!!!! the higest
    i have ever seen was 10c max charge rate and that was on a just released
    lithium polymer cell!!!!!!!!!!! Most prismatic cells that he was talking
    about are 1c max charge rate if you get the BEST it is 2c!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. jsiva009 says:

    Video is not working for me.

  8. jmaros15 says:

    Thumbs up.

  9. Lawllypawp7777 says:

    Video doesn’t work.

  10. fritzintn says:

    Video is working now. A good, informative talk.

  11. SkavenUK says:

    work’s fine here.

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