Dieter wrote:Hello Lyen
Do you have any more of these tester available for sale or do you plan in getting more in the near future. I am in Canberra, ACT, Australia,
Thanks in advance
jateureka wrote:Procedure to test the motor phase wires.
1. Connect only the 3 phase wires from the motor to the tester, with the tester OFF.
2. Rotate the motor in forward position [Note. For MAC/CMA geared hub motor you need to rotate the wheel backwards]
3. Determine if all three LED lights blink on and off. If one or more LEDs do not light up then there may be a broken / open circuit phase wire. [Note. For MAC/CMA geared hub motor they may all light at once]
4. If all three LEDs blink, then verify if they blink in sequence. The sequence should be from left to right for forward motion/rotation.
Procedure to test the controller and throttle
1. Connect throttle to the controller
2. Connect the phase and hall wires from the controller to the tester
3. Connect the battery pack to the controller
4. Turn the tester ON
5. Verify the 5V led light is on in the centre of the circle of rotation LEDs. If the 5V LED is off then the controller is NOT supplying 5V to the motor hall sensors.
6. Verify the throttle LED is green. If the LED is not green or does not light then the throttle wires or hall sensor may be open or short circuit.
7. Slowly turn the throttle
8. Verify the throttle green LED turns off at about 1/2 throttle and lights up red at WOT. If the LED does not change colour then the throttle is faulty.
9. Verify the rotation LED lights are on and rotate [Note. a pair of opposing LEDs light at a time as they rotate]
jateureka wrote:I tried it on an 8FUN sensorless motor and it seemed that all LEDs light up when the wheel was rolled backwards but the blue phase didn't light up as much as the other two. Does that sound like it's still OK?
Can this also test a sensorless motor controller?
Gordo wrote:Caution; There are errors in some previous posts in this tread as to which wires are located where on the tester. Or are there more than one version of this tester?
Gordo wrote: Even this idiot could figure out how to turn it on if the switch was labeled "ON/OFF" not Power /.nothing.
ohzee wrote:just paid for one look forward to it - nice product nice price thanks.
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