New consulting relationship with GreenTecAuto begins
What actually goes wrong with the batteries????
A look at todays Hybrid and EV battery packs
Battery packs exposed
Keeping Warm In New England
Plugging into the SUN
Making a small solar concentrator
Building MIMA and the plug in adapters
All of the parts are nearing completion
Building a better joystick
Building the display components
Making a connector
Making the current and fan connector shells
Making the plug in boards
The Plug in adapter boards are here and are being built
MIMA construction crew
PLUG in adapters for fan and current sensor
The plug in system
TPS smoothing mod
Converting a telephone truck to electric
DIY dual pulse Capacitor Discharge Spotwelder
Chevy Bolt EV joins the family
Getting in shape while making electricity
Replacing gasoline with solar electric lawn equipment
What is Genesis One?
How to stop the aging process DIY
MIMA Install Day 2005 a Big Success!
Building a hybrid car grid charger
Tapping into the Wind
Expanding MIMA with the Distribution board ( users projects )

MIMA construction crew

MIMA construction crew
MIMA Helpers

I want to thank the people that made this run of MIMA possible.
Cousin Scott who laid out the MIMA boards.
Theresa Cleland who built most of the PC boards, and attached the thousands of wires with pins to the plug in boards.
Nephew Troy who cut off the right angle wires of the plug in headers,attached them to the PC boards, Attached wires to the led displays, temp boards, FAS boards.
Wife Sue who cut the hundreds of FAS wires.
Paul Provost who finished the plug in MCM boards by attaching the two temp probes, current sensor and fan wires.
Ian George who tested the controllers
Dan Dumas who cut and attached the ribbon cables and connectors to the joystick boards, and drilled all the wooden joystick balls.