Are you using DB37 - why not DB25? 24s would only req 25 contacts..sn0wchyld wrote:yea I managed to find a couple of db37 covers
full-throttle wrote:Are you using DB37 - why not DB25? 24s would only req 25 contacts..sn0wchyld wrote:yea I managed to find a couple of db37 covers
Dust cap for DB25 from Farnell (free delivery over $10) is $1.20
If you are really desperate I can try and talk to them or other suppliers and get the DB37 one from the states
Hyena wrote:Used, maybe
Nah I don't have any 5404s surplus to my requirements - they're all preordered and all spoken for. I do have a few HI40s though - which is what this motor is. Same width magnets as the 5404 but with a much lighter stamped stator instead of a solid cast one. I'm not sure I'll sell the bare motors yet though, they'll probably be a limited run of whole kits with beefy 18 fet controllers and custom CNC machined air cooled side covers. Once I get the CNC work set up I can probably offer those side covers for other motors too on an exchange basis (or you can mail me yours)
kiqnkf wrote:Or anything else 10kW compatible?
Hyena wrote:I haven't actually completely removed the stator to measure it to the nanometre but I assume from from removing one side cover it's right - the hub is 50mm wide and the stator and magnets sit 5mm in from the edge, so allowing the same gap on the other side that makes it 40mm. When I remove both covers for CNC'ing I'll measure the stator exactly but it looks to be right. Not much point having 40mm magnets with a smaller stator in it.
Kepler wrote:Just trying to figure it out You mentioned its not much heavier then a a 35 series motor but logically if you pack in a heap more copper to suit a 40mm stator, the weight would increase significantly.
Hobbit wrote:Wow imagine if you started selling kits to Australia post.
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