jana wrote:Hooked it up to some batteries today. Voltage was 50V.
I turned on key. All capacity leds but the left one is kit. On the trotle I think there were to leds on. (Power and Low?) Controller has a red led that flashes slowly.
Motor didnt respond to throttle. I meassured no AC-voltage.
Tips for fault finding? i have checked that everything is connected.
jana wrote:I noticed there is no torque plates included in the kit.
Do I need it?
Where can i purchase this?
jana wrote:Wheel works ok now!
Really impressed by how smooth it is.
Before I measured any voltages I took a good visual inspection.
The black wire to the throttle was almost completely broken.
I took away the connector and soldred the wires instead.
The red led still blinks, but I think faster than before..
Thanks a lot for your help and interest!
jana wrote:Thanks for all the new info.
Anyone have any idea of how many volts this controller can take safely?
jana wrote:Hi all.
Still waiting for my wheel to be built.
Today I made some schematic for charging the batteries.
The idea is i swap 2 plugs when i go from running the bike to charging the bike.
This way it should be very hard to accidently make a short or overcharge.
Thinking og using 8 Andersons (assembled) for power, 50 pin D-sub for balancing leads.
Your comments are welcome.
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