knoxie wrote:Thats great 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
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knoxie wrote:yes this sounds like hall sensors for sure, yes you can check the hall sensors, test between the black wire which is the ground wire, so put your black test lead on there, set your meter to DC volts, spin the motor and test between the yellow, green and blue wires you should see pulses up to 5V from each one, if you dont then one of the hall sensors might have failed, it can also be the connection to the hall sensors so check them as well.
knoxie wrote:no that doesnt look like halls then, check the connections from the hall sensors to the controller, red and black should be 5V and the others should pulse when you power the wheel.
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