CarMan is comprised of four boards designed to handle a multitude of tasks. The GLV (Grounded Low Voltage) board provides low voltage power to various subsystems within the vehicle. LOGIC houses 2 computers that acquires and displays data, controls the cooling system, and determines when the car is able to drive. The TSI (Tractive System Interface) board houses parts of the shutdown circuit, isolates high voltage signals that are passed onto LOGIC, and controls relays that determine the pre-charge and discharge of the motor. The Relay board delivers the high voltage from the battery packs to the motor.

CarMan GitHub

  • Carman GitHub (LINK)

CarMan Inventory

  • CarMan Lab Inventory (PDF) (Last Updated: 2/18/21)

CarMan Interconnectivity Documentation

  • Carman ICD (PDF) (Last Updated: 1/14/21)
  • Carman ICD Wiring Table (PDF) (Last Updated: 1/20/21)

Safety Loop

  • Safety Loop Diagram (v. 12) (PDF)  (Last Updated: 1/14/21)

    CarMan Subsystem Links:

    KiCAD Schematics, PCB Layouts, and Bills of Material can be accessed at each of the board’s corresponding pages:

    TSI Board

    GLV Board

    Logic Board

    Relay Board

    Past Design Reviews