hjns wrote:Cool, and good info. Any pics?
Anyway, with my Clyte HT3525 (also from Methods), Lyen 124115 controller and 30S (126V) 2P (9Ah) Lipo, I get similar watt consumption. If I take it easy, I am down to 22 Wh/km. In my normal commutes it is more like 30 Wh/km due to fast acceleration, high topspeed, etc. I max out at 82 km/h on the CA, which is around 76-77 km/h on my GPS. At 9Ah (around 1'1kWh) and 30 Wh/km, I usually get a range of 25-30 km before I really need to recharge.
Ypedal wrote:red headways... nice.. the round cells take up a whole lot of space but they make repairs a walk in the park compared to all other types of cells.. ( repairs on lipo are no fun !! )
time for vids !
Ypedal wrote:editing and uploading to youtube are a royal timesuck... i hope you got a good upload speed connection on your hands..
Sacman wrote:Nice vid Tommy. Double check your CADP's calibration to your controller. It's likely that the calibration is off ... hence the generous (but erroneous) values of Ah, watts, etc. reported by your CA. Get the RShunt value of your controller and make sure it is enterred properly in the Advanced Setting's Menu of your CA.
Ypedal wrote:yeah.. it's not horribly off but you are showing more power than you are actually using imo....
what do you have " Rshunt " set to at the moment ?
and when you say " sunted to 40 amps " exactly how did this get done ?
pwbset wrote:Dig the videos thanks for sharing. My 2810 should be here early next week. Plan on pumping 2kw+ for 15-20 minutes through it climbing 1,600ft to work at 72v30A. Will at least air cool drill if not oil bath. Can't wait to abuse this little motor.
Tommy L wrote:Curious if you picked the 2810 based on my vids.
hjns wrote:Nice thread and nice vids, Tommy.
I like my 2810 very much. Used it for 2WD at 20S. Now adding a temp sens and replacing the wires to allow for 30S (126V HOC) with a Lyen MK2 12 FET 150V controller. See if it eats 10kW...
pwbset wrote:Tommy L wrote:Curious if you picked the 2810 based on my vids.
I've been building ebikes for about 5 years now. I chose the 2810 for this summer's commuting season strictly based on price... cheap! I was also tired of having a heavy Clyte 504 build that weighed like 90lbs. Trying to go light(er) this time around.
Tommy L wrote:Just got back from another ride/workout. I like to pedal
23C or 73F Yes... when the air is warmer it is less dense! Hit 64kph/40mph ohhhhh yawwwwwhhhh!
Wind was 15kph/10mph (on my course
Top speed 64kph/40mph
Avg speed 48kph/30mph
Pack start voltage 96v
Pack under 2500watt load 86v (3.072v per cell)
pack under 1000watt load 89v (3.179v per cell)
Tommy L sends... \\m//
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