neptronix wrote:Magnet diameter, about 23.5mm or so ( hard to measure here )
neptronix wrote:Miles, how do i do that?
bzhwindtalker wrote:I'll stick to a mid drive hubbie as a big/cheap outruner then. Super easy on controllers, widely available, well documented. I would like to know where the mechanical/ iron loss limit is on a typical hub, anybody have an idea??
neptronix wrote:Would it be conceivable that a really large case and approx. 1.5x the RPM of the hub could really push an identical looking stator to produce double the power?
neptronix wrote:Still waiting on cell_man for a hall wiring combo.
Be very careful when swapping the hall signal wires around. If a hall signal wire makes contact with the hall supply, there is a good chance of blowing the hall sensor. Best disconnect all power before swapping wires.
liveforphysics wrote:I bet the continuous power with that cover on is less than half of the power with it off. That tooth has a lot of air space around it, like they were going for saving $2 in copper over adding 20-30% continuous power.
Okay, back to the case... looks like there is a groove that you could use to seal the motor up by inserting an o-ring, or throwing in some RTV gasket maker, to waterproof the motor.
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