Very nice clean build snellemin!
here is a reply to the other thread I didn't want to hijack.
What gauge wire did GM hook up to the external controller pie ?
I rewired it with 12g alpha ecowire. Brilliant stuff with a really thin insulation so it has no problems taking the modded 12 fet lyen.
I see the attraction to higher voltage setups, and it's interesting that the throttle response is smooth at those voltages.
My throttle on 100 % is very jerky, not surprisingly since it pulls 80amps 120 peak from start! It is better though at about 50%
I wish the cycle analyst would limit current quicker as you still get a large surge of power for a second or 2, in fact I would rather the controller have the option to limit current via the speed switch as well as speed, it would help to relax the throttle more.
At 80 amps the pie has no problems with the monster grades in the woods, they are short enough but very steep. 30% + in places, so I need to run 80 amps 120 peak into the pie. But it climbs them brilliantly!
BTW I just thought, in the other thread where you said the controller kept cutting out on full throttle on 24S, is it still doing that? But I was thinking maybe your lvc is set too low ? did you get the formula for the lvc from lyen ?it's different from the software settings.
What is your controller to motor phase combinations and I'll check that against mine to see if it gets rid of the god awful vibration I keep getting.
Maybe over the weekend I'll rewire my 16S 2P for 24S for some fun, but I would have to back off the current to about 40 amps because I'm using 20C zippy's! 8C shouldn't be too hard on the little 5ah bricks!
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