IMPORTANT NOTICE on the stock EQ board by Maxwell, please watch the videos before use.
INSTRUCTIONS: Do not overcharge past the rated voltage. When connecting in parallel to a battery, first make sure the capacitor is charged within 1 volt of the battery voltage. Make sure of the correct polarity. Charging Insights: DO NOT hook up an empty super capacitor to a battery without first charging it. If you do that, there will be a huge current that will jump from your battery which is at approx 12.6v to the super cap that's sitting empty at say 4V or so... This inrush of High current can hurt your batteries. The below video explains how to do it safely. Connecting to a 48v battery system. YOU NEED A 48V SUPER CAP + 16V TO GIVE YOU MAX 64V. IMPORTANT, 48V super cap will need another 16V in series to make it a 64V super cap. As Caps are rated for their Max working voltage. A 48v battery sits at 57v or so fully charged. Hence u need 48+16v = 64v. Without adding the 16v Super cap you will damage your 48v Once you have your 48v + 16v connected in series, you can manually pulse with jumper leads to charge the caps to working voltage after which they are ready to be safely connected to your battery. Same thing applies for 24v system (16v +16v =32v is needed).
STAND ALONE SUPER CAPACITOR CRANKING A MARINE DIESEL 7.5L 500HP ENGINE. (Not recommended to run it as a stand alone unit, this is just for demonstration purposes)