adrian_sm wrote:You should post this stuff in your thread. Then everyone can benefit from the answer, and I might write a more complete answer. anyway....
I haven't ever put extra caps on. But I always peddle first, and will soon have protection from people hitting the throttle at standstill.
But they can't hurt, and will help keep ripple voltages in check.
Remember my aim is to make a robust system with minimal mods to stock parts, so I will only do mods like this if REALLY required.
PS feel free to copy this answer into your thread if you wish.
adrian_sm wrote:Awesome. I so want to make one now.
Any plans to put a real throttle on it? I always found using the pot as a throttle on the servo testers pretty dangerous.
An average human wrote:well done on your scooter
i think i should warn you about the length of the leads between your battery and esc and lack of capacitors on the input to your esc, i personally ran in to trouble with this issue http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=17675
anyway good luck
adrian_sm wrote:Cycle Analyst is cool, but if you want to go cheap, you can make a simple mod to the servo tester to run a hall throttle.
I have done this, really simple.
adrian_sm wrote:Np. There is separate adjustment for up and down. So no problem.
Just try it on the bench first.
fechter wrote:Great job on the scooter!
How hot does the motor get?
ferias77 wrote: I will try with only a push button and a potentiometer to choose the top speed.
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