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Wiring diagram for 69 volt golf car using 5 12 volt batteries

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  • larry244jenk Apr 03, 2011

    where are the wires for the center battery in the row of three. I see wire on all the others but not on this one?

  • larry244jenk Apr 03, 2011

    Where are the wires on the center battery in the row of three? I see wires on all the others.

  • larry244jenk Apr 03, 2011

    I still want to know where the + wire and the = wire go to on the center battery in the row of three. I ask for a diagram showing how to wire 5 12 volt batteries to get 60 volts, in this case I see four wired and one with wires that go nowhere. :Lets complete the diagram please.

  • larry244jenk Apr 03, 2011

    Joe, there is not much in my cart that has not been changed out to aftermarket parts. The controller is 650 volt. the coil and f/r switch are extra heavy duty, motor has been modified so that I have a extra f/s switch that is wired to the motor so that I have a torque setting and a high speed setting.. The 12 volt batteries I have to install are for a power wheel chair. they are GEL cell batteries and are totally sealed. 5 or these batteries take up the space of 3 of the standard 6 volt battery. I could bump the voltage to 72 but I thought I would try 60 first.

  • larry244jenk Apr 03, 2011

    Joe, my cart has been modified to include the motor , rewired to handle higher voltage and is two speed thru a extra heavy duty forward/reverse switch, one setting is for low speed torque and the other setting is for speed. the controller is 650 volt and both the coil and f/r switch have been changed out to a very heavy duty version. The batteries I have are 12 volt Gel Cell that are used in electric wheel chairs and etc. they take up very little space. I could just jump to 72 volt but I thought I would play around a 60 volt first. Just trying to get some help getting the batteries wired for 60 volt.

  • larry244jenk Apr 04, 2011

    VERY HELPFUL, PROVIDED JUST WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR.

  • larry244jenk Apr 04, 2011

    Thank you very much, after i enlarged it I could see the lines that I could not see in the smaller version. Problem Resolved.

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Here are the wiring diagrams for 5 12-Volt Batteries wired in Parallel and in Series:
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    Jeremy Moore Apr 03, 2011

    The 5 12 Volt Batteries Wired in Series has a Main Positive Cable connecting to the first batteries positive terminal. From the First battery, connect a short cable from the Negative Terminal of the current battery to the Positive Terminal of the next battery in line. At the end of the line, you will have a Negative Terminal left. This is your Main Negative Cable Terminal.

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    Click on the diagram to download a larger version of the diagram. It is complete, I assure you.

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Most golf carts normally use a six pack of 6 Volt batteries connected in series to a 36V motor.

The batteries are usually 6 Volts each and when they are connected in SERIES, add up to the required 36 Volts total.

Here is a link to a diagram depicting the standard layout of six - 6 Volt batteries in series.

http://www.google.ca/imgres?imgurl=http://www.cartaholics.com/tech/other/MarketeerBatteryBoxWiringDiagram_36V.jpg&imgrefurl=http://cartaholics.com/forum/lofiversion/index.php/t2524.html&usg=__MxzJ5twWIc7s0Pc_T8c5UQZ26Ho=&h=465&w=715&sz=50&hl=en&start=0&zoom=1&tbnid=wmU3mFRqFg22mM:&tbnh=146&tbnw=224&ei=jLuYTYrkE4XItweLrdXyCw&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dgolf%2Bcart%2Bbattery%2Bdiagram%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26biw%3D1001%26bih%3D589%26tbs%3Disch:1&um=1&itbs=1&iact=hc&vpx=289&vpy=90&dur=828&hovh=181&hovw=279&tx=181&ty=103&oei=jLuYTYrkE4XItweLrdXyCw&page=1&ndsp=12&ved=1t:429,r:1,s:0

Could you please comment back here to this page with the model number of your machine and I will be able to provide more detailed information specific to your model.

Thank you very much.

Joe.

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    Joe2 Apr 03, 2011

    Hehe, ok. I guess you have a real hotrod there.



    As long as you are certain the motor you are using is rated for the higher voltage, then you can still use the same setup as in the diagram I provided.



    Five 12 Volt batteries in series will give you your 60+ Volts DC. Just leave one of the batteries in the diagram out. The wiring will still all run from the positive pole of one battery to the negative pole of the next in the series. The remaining leads from the batteries on each end of the string will be your main 60 Volt positive and negative supply terminals.



    Just make sure if you need a 12 volt feed for instruments and guages and such, that you only take the feed off of a single battery unlike the diagram which shows the feed coming from 2 in series in order to make the 12 volts.



    Otherwise, just make sure you use heavy guage wire to connect them all and be extra careful, you are starting to tangle with some serious current.



    I noticed you added your last comments twice.

    Make sure you click on the VIEW MORE COMMENTS AND CLARIFICATIONS buttons to see the full list of the latest comments (including your own) that normally remain hidden at first.



    Don't worry you are not the first to miss that feature, it happens all the time.



    Good luck. Let me know if you need anything else and I will help you out as much as I can.



    Joe.

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