Life Time @ Temperature:5000 hours @ 105°C
Capacitor Case Style:Radial Leaded .Lead Spacing:7.5mm
Operating Temperature Range:-55°C to +105°C
AC Ripple Current:1765mA
Max Operating Temperature:105°C
Ripple Current Frequency:100kHz
panurge wrote:Good work with the motor windings....have you replaced also the bearings? damn, I've not your skills with wires and electronics, but if I was not so busy I would try to rewind my 80-100 too
I will look for Reports on how the controller works in your setup.
I see you're from Berlin, what about to study engineering in Germany? Do you know if I can found courses in english?
panurge wrote:There's the beta CA-LRC option playing around these lines (works well, and better promises) to be used with both POT or hall Throttles as an Amp based or a speed based interface with RC ESCs, avoiding the use of a supplementary interface......and also if I understand that your build is low cost, and is a pleasure for you to play with electronics, let me say that The CA is a "must" for any EV rider-builder .
fattybarber wrote:I am learning all about e-bikes but have been riding for a long time and my only comment is you seem to have a long stretch from seat to handlebars and this may cause sore wrists as there will be quite a bit of weight on them, unless you are "very tall"
Just a thought.
John in CR wrote:Silvocross,
Great work. We need to work a deal. I supply you with some high power lithium batteries for your bike, and I get some of your hard work and knowledge.
silvocross wrote:today I modified the turnigy wattmeter so I can place the display in a useful place without lengthening the 50V wires:
adrian_sm wrote:silvocross wrote:today I modified the turnigy wattmeter so I can place the display in a useful place without lengthening the 50V wires:
An alternative would be to leave the display where it was and just move the shunt. viewtopic.php?f=2&t=21976&hilit=remote+watt+meter#p320027
The firmware for the watt meter has also been modified to act as a throttle interface, including controlled throttle ramp up, and power limitting.
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Oh and awesome work on the bike looks great.
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