John in CR wrote:Easy. ... It was $12.51 online the first place I looked. Keep in mind this isn't the quick to wear out bicycle stuff you're probably accustomed to using.
teklektik wrote:John in CR wrote:Easy. ... It was $12.51 online the first place I looked. Keep in mind this isn't the quick to wear out bicycle stuff you're probably accustomed to using.
Thanks - no doubt about the expected long life, but it's a consumable part, so it's just something that needs to get asked ....
Kin wrote:bah, this is such a curious development. Making me second guess my long term project [maybe not too long term, but cad-form for now] involving an Etek (clone- "mantra") motor. Is this the only thread to wait for conversation about how to manage slightly higher above-rating power usage? Just still polling for more information.
My controller supplier is already working on a 150A150V programmable controller solution for me, but he was whining about a regen cutoff at 147V last time we talked.
Kin wrote:Your 150v150a controller is....O.O, how many 4115?
Arlo1 and I might have a solution that is 150V 150A capable with just 6 FETs. It's a work in progress but the FETs seem like they are up to the task and no it's not data sheet koolaid
zombiess wrote:Kin wrote:Your 150v150a controller is....O.O, how many 4115?
Arlo1 and I might have a solution that is 150V 150A capable (continuous rating if we can get the heat sinking worked out) with just 6 FETs. The max voltage of them is 200V and 230A for a short burst (package limits them to 160A continuous up to 125C case temp ). It's a work in progress but the FETs seem like they are up to the task and no it's not data sheet koolaid. TO-220 FETs just aren't that good for high power, TO-247's and TO-264's seem to be where the fun is at.
*edit* sorry John, just realized this is your for sale thread, didn't mean to go off topic.
hydro-one wrote:Im feverishly awaiting some progress on this build!!!!
hydro-one wrote:Yes .... I want to see, first of all...... 100-150v, keep the two speed winding, mid drive, 3:1 gearing?. If that works good then mabye some kinda air cooling? Duct tape is fine with me, I just want to see it alive!!
thedarlington wrote:are these motors exclusively for 100+ volt? if not id like to know speeds and watts at lower 48v or 36
thedarlington wrote:nice man! any timeframe for when these will be good to go? i get the feeling ur hubs gonna become quite popular around the forum very soon, id personally be interested in 48v, any idea of what speeds you aim to reach for or are these more for torque since i read about a light version
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