auraslip wrote:Step back yo.
Anything above 23s has some serious issues with the controller. You'll need to use 150v rated fets. And these don't compare well to the 100v fets performance wise.
And another thing, when comparing 16s lifepo4 to 22s or 20s lipo you will have MUCH more speed. The magic pies may prove to be plenty of speed for you. I'm not convinced the magic pies are even capable of less power than the H series clyte motors. They are certainly capable of more torque.
If you've run the numbers in the ebike.ca simulator and find that the magic pie (try the 1606 motor in it's place) isn't going to be fast enough, just get faster wind H series motors rather than going to +100v.
Anyways, I've started writing a lipo faq on my website here: https://sites.google.com/site/shelbyele ... and-safety
I've also written a great deal of battery management and charging FAQS that you will find helpful.
Anyways, hope I could help.
steam25 wrote:i am working with a LED factory together and sell them in group orders for a forum. 1 meter have 4300 lumen. it take your eyelight in 2 seconds! its awsome bright!
steam25 wrote:to make both controller work with 1 CA i bought this shunt today:
75mV at 100A means to calibrate the CA shunt to 0.750mOhm right? but as we all know the CA goes only to 0.763mOhm.
i didnt know that before and 3 people told me i can use this shunt for SURE in the CA.
whats the right rShunt value
steam25 wrote:if i start the next group order i let you guys know ok?
thanks for the tip with the high setting. but i dont like it. kilowatt??? i want to see watt. i bought a new shunt. 200A at 75mW = 0,375.
it means i config the CA to 3,750 right??? (oh pleaaaaase tell me i am right...)
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