Hello! I’m new to this community. I’m from Argentina and I’m building my first e-skate.
I’m making a DIY foldable longboard (I’ve been reading the noob threads here on this site for a while now and I have almost everything ready) built to be reliable and long-lasting. Speed and torque are not priority, battery life and the board not catching fire is
Motor: 1x turnigy aerodrive sk3 6364 213kv (wondering the difference between that and the SK3 - 6364-190KV besides the difference in kV)
Drivetrain: 16/36 with 5mm belt (will the torque be enough to ride a 10°-15° slope? I weight about 175 pounds)
Battery: I’m aiming for a 10s4 or 6P made of Samsung’s 25R INR 18650 . Here’s where I’m stuck. I’ve read somewhere that batteries in series can’t be charged normally (each cell needs to be monitored so that its not overcharged). I’m not sure how to do this, so I’m not sure what I need to charge the board. I’m aiming to use a laptop-type charger (even if the charge time is not the best) but I’m not sure if I need to include a circuit or something else on the board.
ESC is still missing, I’m wondering if it will need a heat sink or anything to handle 80% of the 10s6p.
I’m open to suggestions!