Re: Neumotor 8057/75 middrive project, belt drive, adding halls, 10kW+
Posted: Oct 19 2018 5:07am
If I remember correctly the visili controller and ASI are true FOC, and they, at least visilis controller have amazingly easy autotune, and the best part that it adjust all the timings continuously during your ride to get optimal results. Unlike the old adaptto that is not a true FOC.icherouveim wrote: ↑Sep 23 2018 5:57amDoes Vasili's controller have a good auto fine tune function? Does it adapt ind timing setting according to battery's drop voltage? Im asking because with adaptto controller you said you have to stop once a while to change timing setting and the other one.madin88 wrote: ↑Sep 23 2018 2:41amI wonder why you like to use the Neumotor if you probably could fit the QS2000W or an LMX midmotor below the swingarm.
Mentioned motors have 2-3times the weight, but they have all the benefits of an Inrunner design, and can take way more peak power due to the larger mass.
The QS2000 should work well with my 1:6 belt drive as it has above 45Nm peak torque.
As for the continuous power it is very hard to tell so far, because the Adaptto controller doesn't work properly, or better say not that efficient sometimes -> which i now believe is a GENERAL ISSUE and not just related to this motor.If your pulling 10kw from the 8057, would i be correct in thinking the 8038 good for 6 kw - 3kw continuous?
One day i was riding up that hill, pulling 8-10kw for some minutes and the Controller was below 45°C and Motor less than 100°
We are talking about similar power to QSV3.
Then the other day the motor did overheat at half of the distance when riding up that hill, and the controller was close before shutdown too
I am really looking forward to get the Vasili Controller, but there are many other options too if you don't looking for a unit with display, BMS, charge function etc as i would like to have.
ASI controllers I think do this but they don't have on the go options at the moment