arnis wrote:Motor, inverter and onboard charger. Logic board does not get hot. Only power electronics (like inverter and charger,
both have losses, therefore lots of heat generated).
Well if your battery is like 10C above ambient, blowing air onto it would speed up cooling, but that only helps when
stationary and no charging/discharging/AC happens. And it's actually pointless.
Temperatures vary as much as 25*C between night and day.
Why would cooling the battery be pointless? Apparently the battery temp hovers around 25-30C. So when it's 3 or 5*C and the battery is 25*C or hotter I'd think it would help. Possibly.