VX-1 Conversion from NiMH to new Li-ion batteries SX-CONV

Special tools:

- battery lifting tool / holder - ST1201

- inrush limiter


Components:

- new battery pack (including BMS) - see http://shop.vectrixparts.com/category/batteries-battery-pack?horizontal

- Charger - BMS wire harness S02240


  1. Check charger compatibility with Li batteries - refer to SX-BC-CONV
  2. Remove NiMH battery - refer to S-ST-100000
  3. Remove Charger NiMH data harness - refer to SX-000209
  4. Install new Charger - BMS harness S02240 - refer to SX-02240
  5. Install CAN-Bus to MC connector - refer to SX-02240
  6. Install new Li battery:
    1. for LiFePO4 refer to
    2. for Li-ion Nissan Leaf refer to SX-LIMNNL
    3. for Li-ion Amita refer to
  7. Reassemble the bike - S-ST-100000
  8. Upgrade the firmware (charger, MC, ICM) !!Do not upgrade BMS firmware - battery comes with newest firmware!!
    1. for Li-ion (Leaf & Amita) - refer to 36S Li-ion
    2. for Li-Fe (GP and Valence) - refer to 40s LiFe battery
  9. Setup battery capacity via dashboard.
  10. Perform full charging with equalization (first EQ can take longer than usual).


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Can any one tell me about the battery system I have on this model?



Thank you for the reply. I purchased this unit last year and haven't touch it. It was originally purchased here in the States for police vehicles for the then President Obama's inaugural parade. It only has 60 miles on it.

I'm not sure if all these units are equipped with wifi and blue tooth, but this one is.

The problem is I cannot get it to take a charge by the factory plug. 

Any idea where I can get more information on getting it to charge?

If the scooter was not use a long time, it is possible that battery is completly discharged. Try to measure the pack voltage(It is voltage on whole battery. In your picture it is plus wire and minus wire on right side) and let me know.