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by hias9
Jul 30 2018 11:06pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: Lower no-load speed with sine wave controller?
Replies: 11
Views: 814

Re: Lower no-load speed with sine wave controller?

Thanks a lot for the reply!

So the Sabvoton probably uses a simpler technique.
Are there any controllers that use a more sophisticated technique? (Adaptto?)
Which of them use space vector modulation?
by hias9
Jul 30 2018 9:09pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton
Replies: 7
Views: 1141

Re: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton

It is fine with a resistance around 450 Ohm in series. One sensor reads around 545 and the other around 575 Ohms at about 25 degrees Celsius. I now switched to the second set of halls and temp sensor of the MXUS. This one shows more stable values when the motor is turning. It is always around 3-4 de...
by hias9
Jul 30 2018 8:14pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: Lower no-load speed with sine wave controller?
Replies: 11
Views: 814

Re: Lower no-load speed with sine wave controller?

Unfortunately that is not fast enough ;-) By the way, it is a 17'' mc rim. There is no Cycle Analyst connected. The seller told me that it is normal that the no load rpms are lower with sinewave controllers (flux weak disabled) than with squarewave controllers, but I thought no-load rpm would be the...
by hias9
Jul 30 2018 3:36am
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: Lower no-load speed with sine wave controller?
Replies: 11
Views: 814

Lower no-load speed with sine wave controller?

Could it be that I cannot get as much rpm (no-load) with a sinewave contoller (flux weak. disabled) than I could get with a square wave?

I use a MXUS 3k v3 3T with a Sabvoton SVMC72150 and cannot get more than 588rpm @ 54V.
Kv of the 3T is 11.9, so rpm should be around 640.
by hias9
Jul 28 2018 12:01pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton
Replies: 7
Views: 1141

Re: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton

I found a 480ohm resistance and put it in series. Now temp sensor says 32 when motor is standing still. With the motor turning it is 23-30. Real temp should be around 25 degrees Celsius. By the way, with a 1kohm resistance it says 90 with motor standing still. Is it normal that the temp sensor gives...
by hias9
Jul 28 2018 9:38am
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton
Replies: 7
Views: 1141

Re: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton

According to the seller, the Sabvoton is for a KTY83/110. Resistance from white controller cable (disconnected) to 0V is 10.88kohms. Resistance from white motor cable (disconnected) to 0V is 566ohms. Resistance to voltage is >100kohms and not stable (decreasing). By the way, is it normal that no-loa...
by hias9
Jul 27 2018 10:04pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton
Replies: 7
Views: 1141

Re: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton

Throttle voltage is fine (5V). Sabvoton is configured to give a full throttle signal if throttle voltage is >4.4V, so that is not the problem. I have seen the rpm increase by about 20% when connecting the high-speed cable to 0V, however a few minutes later I realized that it was just because flux we...
by hias9
Jul 27 2018 9:46pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton
Replies: 7
Views: 1141

Problem w/ Temp Sensor MXUS 3k Sabvoton

Hi everybody, Today I started connecting my MXUS 3K v3 (3T) to my Sabvoton SVMC72150. Swapped green and yellow phase and Hall cables and set Pn to 23. Hall angle test worked fine. I plan to run it at 20 or 21S, but for the moment I am testing with a 48V (13S) battery. For the moment there are two is...