richdeloup wrote:(Motor rated at 1000w 48v ping)
NeilP wrote:richdeloup wrote:(Motor rated at 1000w 48v ping)
To expand on Jeremy's answer, a motor can..to a certain degree take what ever you throw at it for a period.
What I mean is that a motor is not the limiting factor in the power rating of your system. Would could ( though not advised) through 5000Watt in to a 1000Watt motor and it would run and deliver those 5000Watts....until it over-heated
So to really know what your motor will take with relation to power we need to know what it is..or even a picture of it so we can see what it is like ...and maybe give you an idea of what we really think it can take as opposed to what the manufacturer or supplier says it can take.
richdeloup wrote:Hi, Jeremy, do you know of anyone in the UK who could build me a battery pack using the cells recommended or is it a pretty simple project to connect them up? Does anyone offer a DIY casing which cells can just be slotted into to suit requirements or is this way off track?
Is there a UK equivalent of Hobby King for cells etc?
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