dnmun wrote:my impression was that he had put an led on the hall sensor wire and it blinked. i was not aware he had ever measured the voltage on the hall sensor wire as the hall sensor was turned on and off by the magnets.
I think led = lead here. As in meter probe.
I'm unclear whether he has checked the 5V signal on the throttle. It does sound like the hall 5V is fine if not plugged into the motor (engines use petrol Beppe
If the power oscillates on the throttle, there's something wrong in the controller, probably the 78L15 or 7805 regulator as Fechter mentioned.
beppe000 wrote:and (sometimes) i also charged my phone frome the 5v supply line. Anyway it is a possibility...
Beppe, please confirm that you have tested the throttle 5V. Also, its probably not wise to use the 5V line as a charger for your phone as the regulator is not made for that kind of load.
beppe000 wrote:for gwhy! I didint understand what you mean by about " having a sort on the 5v line into the hall sensors, this will shut down the 5v line"
If your controller is working properly, a short on one of the halls could cause the 5V regulation to stop working, is what I think he's saying here.
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