crikey you did this all by yourself or did you ask Fechter? how did you get on with the phase hall combinations? have you go them correct? you can check this, measure the no loads amps with the wheel spinning freely, you should only be pulling about 2-3 amps, what voltage are you running? at 48V you can expect about 27mph on the flat, looking forward to seeing some videos, I love my currie motor and havent ruled out building another wheel thats strong enough to take the power it develops
Hi knoxie for sure mate i wouldnt of been able to do it if it wernt for this superb site so this is me taking my hat off to endless-sphere
i do believe the phase wires are correct i seen a picture on this forum which helped me out maybe i was lucky to wire it first time not sure how it would act if it wasnt wired correctly ?
unfortunatly i have no amps reading on my meter but i do have a british gas power meter that sits on my windowsill the main unit tells you how many watts yours running and converts it to £
the other half is in fact a wireless clamp meter which sits over the phase wire on the incoming meter so will have a fiddle with that
my only concern is the heat build up in my phase wires ' the phase wires coming out of the controller are surely large enough to with stand the parematers that are set within the controller so my theory if my phase wires coming out of my motor are the same gauge everything should be ok
let me no what you think ?