You've got the Stator in front of you, Hall Sensors inserted with the face up (the flat face with the 2 chamfered edges towards the outside) and epoxied in, facing you. Now trim these legs to 8 mm (5/16"), measured from the stator edge.Connection of Hall Sensors
You've got 3 wires coming out of each Sensor:
left - Positive (red wire) Vcc
centre - Negative (black wire) GND
The right side wire is the output wire.
On the left hand sensor goes the blue wire, on the centre sensor the yellow wire and the sensor to your right gets the green wire. Best is Spec 44 wire 28AWG
. Take about 4 mm (5/32") of the insulation off and put some solder on the bare strands. Also put some solder on the hall sensor legs.
Now put the wire against the end of the hall sensor leg, and solder it together. The first 3-4mm of the hall sensor leg should be kept clear, so you can bend it easier.
Then you take some 20mm pieces of dia 1.2 mm shrinking tube, slide it over the cables until you hit the sensor body and heat them up till they're done.
Now go and find some gaps in the stator coils and thread these wire through
. When you are done, epoxy the wires above the coils in.
Now wait till all is dry. File or sand off of the bits that stick out above the stator diametre.
Now connect all 3 red wires and solder them to a 24AWG wire, do the same with the 3 black wires.
The 3 other colors stay as single wires, just solder them to AWG 24 Wire of the same color.
That's basically it.
When you wire the cables to the Mini-XLR connector, you can use this wiring diagram.http://electricwheels.de/electrical%20w ... otors.html