Motor 3 - Front 26", I forget if it is Wilderness Energy or Golden Motors. From my very first ebike, a complete 'kit' including throttle, 48v25a controller, and my first attempt at a wiring harnees. This has two serious flaws. First, note that one side of the axle has a spacer intended to rest against the inside of the fork, but this spacer is missing from the other side. Second, note that the phase wires got twisted when the wheel walked out of the forks due to serious flaw #1. For the whole 'kit', $50.
amberwolf wrote:You may have to experiment to find out what they are for--best is to leave them alone if it all works without them. Or you can open up the controller and trace where they go--often the names silkscreened on the PCB next to the pads are descriptive enough to figure out what they are for.
I'd guess the two wire is for ebrake.
The one wire could be to connect to a keyswitch between it and battery positive, but you wouldn't want to try that unless you're sure.
Stone Meadow wrote:Quick question about the controller...
I know what the top three plugs are for: battery, control/power leads and throttle at top, but what about the single-lead and two-lead below? Is one of them possibly for an on/off switch? I ask because there is no external switch. Any insight would be appreciated...thanks!
oatnet wrote:I always put a switch on the power circuit, and never use the logic-side switch. My switchboxes have (2) switches, and I put a pre-charge resistor around the second switch. Throw the first switch, the second switch's resistor lets enough current through to slowly charge the caps, then I throw the second switch, and the system has full current available.
oatnet wrote:Yeah, now you just print it out,right?
Stone Meadow wrote:oatnet wrote:Yeah, now you just print it out,right?
Would like that in chocolate or strawberry, sir?
amberwolf wrote:You can do that, you know:
Just add flavoring...
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