coleafrado2 wrote: ↑Sun Feb 20, 2022 12:27 am
mux wrote: ↑Sun Feb 20, 2022 12:22 am
The open source (blank, no application-specific) code, meant as a jumping-off point to make a working application, is available there, but the application-specific code (being able to use the firmware to do battery swaps, etc.) isn't open source.
of course the application code isn't public. what i mean is that the link to the "open source code" and hardware design no longer works.
Given that this is some what open source or not open source im inclined to start investigating various cell replacement options . Not many have done this and given the fact that evs enhanced have commenced their commercially viable battery pack it makes sense .. However @Mux please advise what are the allowed and not allowed with your source code which is partly open source ? lol .
We know that your hardware as you have stated is open source but the code is not open source for the canbridge ? But i do not see a BOM or Schematic regarding hardware ? So what i do see is the source code for the can bridge tool ? Please clarify the details ?