Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by docnjoj » Sep 28 2009 12:04pm

It actually works! I am stunned! Bafang to W/E sensorless controller!

B-B
G-Y
Y-G

Throttle as is yours but W/E throttle wire is Red=+5volts
Black= Neg ground]
White=signal
Purple=36 volt for LEDs
Starts right up and about the same growl as the sensored Infineon gives. Works fine!
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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by El_Steak » Nov 15 2009 8:34pm

Methods 100V 100A modified Crystalyte controller to ebikes.ca rear 9c.

Power (Phase)
Blue to Blue
Yellow to Yellow
Green to Green

Hall
Red to red
Black to black
Blue to Green
Brown ? to Yellow
Yellow to Blue
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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by s_t » Dec 27 2009 10:02pm

Motor - Yucheng SWXJ, geared, no freewheel
Controller - ecrazyman 36V 350W

Correct combination:
Phase: Motor :arrow: Controller
B :arrow: B
G :arrow: Y
Y :arrow: G
Hall: Motor :arrow: Controller
B :arrow: B
G :arrow: Y
Y :arrow: G
Pos :arrow: Pos
Neg :arrow: Neg

Will run with the wrong combination of all colours matching, but draw high amps, get hot and probably 'let the smoke out' eventually...

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by Mark_A_W » Jan 11 2010 5:11am

MAC Shanghai and E-crazyman Infineon (18FET in this case, but I don't think that matters):


Phase
Blue to Blue
Yellow to Green
Green to Yellow

Hall
Red to red
Black to black
Blue to Blue
Yellow to Green
Green to Yellow

Edit: I had it wrong, it's corrected now. Full-throttle figured it out.
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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by Karisma » Jan 31 2010 6:30pm

GL1 motor to ecrazyman controller (found this combination on the 13th guess)

(Controller - Motor)

Hall sensors
Blue - Yellow
Green - Blue
Yellow - Green

Motor phases
Blue - Green
Green - Yellow
Yellow - Blue

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Post by Lyen » Mar 13 2010 1:53am

This thing will figure out the phase degree, phase sequence, hall sequence, etc. for you. PM me if you want one. :)


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Post by grindz145 » Apr 20 2010 8:05pm

karma wrote:got it for the goldenmotor

Crystalyte v2 to goldenmotor

phase
B-Y
G-B
Y-G

hall
B-B
G-G
Y-Y

:mrgreen:
I used this setup for my Golden Motor with an 18 fet controller. It worked....in reverse:D

Does anyone have a recommendation how I can modify this to reverse the order?

I've tried a bunch of things that would make sense given my understanding but it hasn't quite worked properly going forward yet.

Thanks!

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by Speedfreke » Apr 29 2010 9:35pm

I have an old 408 xlyte motor and want to attatch this to an analogue 36-72v 35amp xlyte controller with different connectors for the motor and hall effects. Since they're both xlyte, will the wire colors match ?

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by rkosiorek » Apr 29 2010 9:46pm

Crystalyte motors using different connectors - yes they will match as long as they all have the same colors to begin with. connect yellow to yellow, green to green and blue to blue.

some of the harnesses using the molded trailer connectors had yellow, white, green wires.those wires will not match correctly. i'll try to find my notes to see if i can find which is which in that case.

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by Speedfreke » Apr 29 2010 9:59pm

thanx rick - yes I have the old trailer hitch connector on the 408. It is a triple connector (2 female, 1 male).

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by jtbball » May 07 2010 9:43pm

Noob to brushless. Need help.

Using a Kelly KBS48121 and a 750W Ebikekit.com motor.

Can't seem to find a working combo. Anyone have this one?

Thanks

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by amberwolf » May 08 2010 12:56am

That has a "High pedal protection: Disable operation if power up with non-zero throttle." Sometimes that might cause no combo to work if you have the throttle type wrong. Probably is made or programmed for pot throttle, if using a hall it won't be zero volts output like it would with a pot, even at zero throttle.

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by GrayKard » Jun 07 2010 9:36pm

Cute 85 hub motor with Lyen 6 fet controller. I will find out if it has a reverse jumper and the state.

Motor :arrow: Controller

Phase wires:

Yellow :arrow: Blue
Blue :arrow: Green
Green :arrow: Yellow

Hall sensors:

Blue :arrow: Blue
Yellow :arrow: Green
Green :arrow: Yellow

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by toaroa » Jul 30 2010 7:28am

Bafang jewel (QSWXK) > Persino PS-CN36V250WNHS Sensorless Controller (14A)

Blue > Blue
Yellow > Green
Green > Yellow

3 wire throttle > Controller

Red > Red
Green > Gray
Black > Black

(Everything else disconnected)

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by grindz145 » Aug 14 2010 12:01am

johnrobholmes wrote:Infineon/ ecrazy man controller to 9 continent motor from Ebikekit.com. Same as the majority of Bafang motors

Power
Blue to blue
Yellow to green
Green to yellow

Phase
Red to red
Black to black
Blue to blue
Yellow to green
Green to yellow

no load current on 18s lipo was right about 1.5 amps. I think I got up to speed, my stand was shaking like crazy from the unbalanced tire :lol:

I used this same configuration for a 9C (ebikekit) motor and a Lyen build, Infineon 12 FET controller. Thanks again. Probably has to be my favorite thread on the forum:)

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by adigturbo » Sep 21 2010 1:00am

Hi,
First post on a very useful group of Forums, so I should contribute!

Kelly Control KBS48051E :arrow: Cyclone 900w Motor.
Hall:
Kelly :arrow: Cyclone
Black (ground) :arrow: Orange.
#5 (5v) should be orange, but mine Yellow :arrow: Yellow
#16 Blue :arrow: Black
#17 Green :arrow: White
#18 Yellow :arrow: Red

Phase:
Same Combo as above.

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by 1000watt » Sep 25 2010 12:41pm

Trying to figure out the wiring: GoldenMotor 1000w Brushless Motor to Infineon EB809XC-A-12 Controller.

I connected all the halls and phase, color to color and I got nothing.


I read that maybe the wires should be like this?

Halls

Infineon---GM
Black >>> Black
Yellow >>>Blue
Blue >>> Yellow
Green >>>Green
Red >>> Red

Phase

Infineon-----GM
Yellow >>> Blue
Blue >>> Yellow
Green >>>Green
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Post by johnrobholmes » Sep 26 2010 3:27pm

Sounds like you hooked the throttle into the programmer cable. There is no white on the infineon throttle input (typically). Where did you get the controller?

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by oddjones » Nov 22 2010 2:25pm

Known combo for infineon controller to crystalyte 4 series anybody?
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Post by oddjones » Nov 24 2010 2:39am

Nobody?

Does anybody know then if the wiring for Crystalite 4 series is the same as for Crystalite 5 series, as we have the wiring for infineon to 5304 on this thread already... (really don't want to dig out the fuses and spreadsheet again!)
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Post by oddjones » Nov 24 2010 5:38pm

ah shite ;-) Will post here when I've done it then...
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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by shorza » Dec 03 2010 4:38am

Lyen 12 FET controller to Conhismotor 500w 48v rear wheel hub motor.

Halls
Lyen------CHM

Red-----Red
Black----Black
Blue-----Blue
Green-----Yellow
Yellow-----Green

Phase
Lyen------CHM

Blue-----Blue
Green-----Yellow
Yellow-----Green

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by daztay » Dec 25 2010 7:35pm

motor Crytalyte 504
controller Kelly KBS72101
Matching the colors just made it go backwards
After finding this thread I found this which was the closest to my config. So I matched the phases name (not pin numbers as there different)
HAL9000v2.0 wrote:Crystalyte 504 & Kelly KEB72331
X504 Kelly
Motor:
blue :arrow: A
green :arrow: B
yellow :arrow: C

Hall:
yellow :arrow: A(pin13)
blue :arrow: B(pin12)
green :arrow: C(pin11)
red :arrow: +5V(pin7)
black :arrow: GND(pin2 or 3 or 14 or bat- all is connected internaly)

Throttle:
black :arrow: +5V(pin7)
green :arrow: GND(pin2 or 3 or 14 or bat- all is connected internaly)
yellow :arrow: throtle signal (pin5)
red :arrow: not used
Motor - controller
Blue - Yellow(A)
Green - Green (B)
Yellow - Blue(C)

Halls
Motor - controller
Blue - green
Green - blue
Yellow - yellow

It seems to work.
Is there a number of combination that work and only one that works perfectly?
As the motor seems a bit gutless to what I thought it would be. As this is my first e-bike I have no reference of "guts" to motors.
I will reprogram the controller to see if I have limited the current to much or something.

edit
I have since found I had the battery current was set at 20%, so I will test it out latertoday

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by shorza » Dec 28 2010 11:46pm

daztay wrote: Is there a number of combination that work and only one that works perfectly?
As the motor seems a bit gutless to what I thought it would be. As this is my first e-bike I have no reference of "guts" to motors.
I will reprogram the controller to see if I have limited the current to much or something.

edit
I have since found I had the battery current was set at 20%, so I will test it out latertoday
I would also like to know this. I am experiencing the 'no guts' feeling on my 48v kit. Although free-wheeling it can reach up to 60kph, once i sit and go for a ride, it is embarrassingly slow.
It very well could be my controller setup.
How did you know that your current was set at 20%?

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Re: Known to Work Brushless Motor/Controller Wiring Diagrams

Post by daztay » Dec 29 2010 1:59am

shorza wrote: I would also like to know this. I am experiencing the 'no guts' feeling on my 48v kit. Although free-wheeling it can reach up to 60kph, once i sit and go for a ride, it is embarrassingly slow.
It very well could be my controller setup.
How did you know that your current was set at 20%?
With my controller http://kellycontroller.com/KBShelp.php
I set the motor current to 20% as the controller is 100A and the motor is 20A so 20%
But I also set the battery to 20% where it should be 100%
I have not proved this as I have not had the time to take it for a good spin.

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