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Coslight 100Ah 48V not switching on


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  • 3 months later...

For safety reasons, especially during shipping Coslight employs a different battery switching on mechanism

1) First open the top cover of the battery, you will see the screws around the top cover

2) press the 1/0 hole with a paper clip, or anything that can fit in than hole

3) partially open the cover, take a screw driver and short the neutral terminal? with the positive (I think) (there is a black rubber clip which you have to remove in order to do that. Thats how mine were switched on by the technicians. The batteries will switch on. 

Edited by alyusuph
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Where are you based? I got mine (Indian made) from AfroCube in Harare, they may direct you to a supplier in South Africa. Let me know if you need their vontacts. By the way, once switched on for the first time, you do not need to open the cover again, you can just use the 1/0 pin hole to switch on and off (a good way to tell you your battery was brand new).

Also when connected Slave and Primary) you just need to switch on one of them. 

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On 2020/06/16 at 6:39 PM, alyusuph said:

Where are you based? I got mine (Indian made) from AfroCube in Harare, they may direct you to a supplier in South Africa. Let me know if you need their vontacts. By the way, once switched on for the first time, you do not need to open the cover again, you can just use the 1/0 pin hole to switch on and off (a good way to tell you your battery was brand new).

Also when connected Slave and Primary) you just need to switch on one of them. 

That’s useful regarding the slave and primary, Alyusuph, thanks, as I noticed they were always “live”. I got mine online and 2nd hand with no paperwork. Can I reset the BMS and is there a default password I can then use for each battery to log into the “Coslink” WiFi?

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On 2020/06/15 at 10:16 PM, alyusuph said:

And when you connect them make sure the dip switches are correctly set. Btw

 

Can u maybe advise on what the dip switches should be set to and how do I connect to them via wifi?

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