S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com

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S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com

Post by avandalen » Jan 22 2022 8:01am

What is the difference between the controller S-KU63 and S06P?
I think they are the same
I asked this to BMSBattery but got no answer.
https://bmsbattery.com/home/1021-s-ku63 ... v-15a.html
https://bmsbattery.com/home/1012-s06p-2 ... oller.html

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Re: S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com

Post by E-HP » Jan 22 2022 10:15am

avandalen wrote:
Jan 22 2022 8:01am
What is the difference between the controller S-KU63 and S06P?
I think they are the same
I asked this to BMSBattery but got no answer.
https://bmsbattery.com/home/1021-s-ku63 ... v-15a.html
https://bmsbattery.com/home/1012-s06p-2 ... oller.html
One needs a display and the other doesn't
One had a 3 speed switch (the one without the display), and the other doesn't
One supports dual mode (sensored or sensorless) and the other doesn't
One uses the display to turn on or off (or requires a jumper) and the other uses an external switch to power on

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Re: S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com

Post by avandalen » Jan 22 2022 12:19pm

E-HP wrote:
Jan 22 2022 10:15am
avandalen wrote:
Jan 22 2022 8:01am
What is the difference between the controller S-KU63 and S06P?
I think they are the same
I asked this to BMSBattery but got no answer.
https://bmsbattery.com/home/1021-s-ku63 ... v-15a.html
https://bmsbattery.com/home/1012-s06p-2 ... oller.html
One needs a display and the other doesn't
One had a 3 speed switch (the one without the display), and the other doesn't
One supports dual mode (sensored or sensorless) and the other doesn't
One uses the display to turn on or off (or requires a jumper) and the other uses an external switch to power on
Thank you, I will take the S-KU63.
Now, I use the older KU63 for 8 years on my solarbike (Maxun One) which has motor voltage control but I want to have motor current control. I suppose, S-KU63 is the successor of the KU63.

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Re: S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com

Post by electric_nz » Jan 22 2022 1:12pm

If you have some current in reserve you could look at the s09p-bl which is 22A

https://bmsbattery.com/home/849-18288-s ... s-app.html

I use one of these sensorless with no display and it works great (need to disconnect the auto cruise control wire tho!!)

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Re: S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com

Post by avandalen » Jan 24 2022 10:25am

I have updated my article with the answers I got here..
https://www.avdweb.nl/solar-bike/electr ... controller

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