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Jack Bauer
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Could the community please setup and start a wiki page for the BMW i3 LIM module as per this thread:
viewtopic.php?f=17&t=1196

There is a lot of info coming out of this project and it would be great to get it captured on the wiki.
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Many thanks
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Bratitude wrote: Thu May 27, 2021 1:04 pm Page stated here : https://openinverter.org/wiki/I3_fast_c ... lim_module
I understand this is something to do with reverse engineering a cheaply-available faster charger, but otherwise I don't know what this is, what it does, what any of this means, or how to best frame it. I went through the whole thread to see if there's other things I could add, and I could see that there's clearly important technical info but I don't know what it is or what it refers to. Someone with a bit better knowledge could at least group it into headings and give it a 1-sentence intro as to what any particular snippet means.

I did what I could to tidy up the page, tabled the data, and labelled the photo. Someone do check to make sure I didn't do anything nonsensical.

https://openinverter.org/wiki/BMW_I3_Fa ... LIM_Module

Lots more info needs adding, I'll give it another cleanup once there's more there to do.
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Good way to contribute despite being short of technical info!
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