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by serginho007
Aug 01 2021 6:43am
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: Adaptto Mini-E/Max-E Owner's Thread
Replies: 5195
Views: 651286

Re: Adaptto Mini-E/Max-E Owner's Thread

It's shame that project "Adapto" is dead for new users... It looks like dead already many years. Last pictures on their Facebook page dated 8 years ago! :shock:
by serginho007
Jul 12 2021 11:54am
Forum: Bike Mechanical & Structural
Topic: Help to purchase front Suspension Fork
Replies: 3
Views: 413

Re: Help to purchase front Suspension Fork

Thank you very for your help as now I know what exactly to order...

Thanks again all
by serginho007
Jul 11 2021 12:41am
Forum: Bike Mechanical & Structural
Topic: Help to purchase front Suspension Fork
Replies: 3
Views: 413

Help to purchase front Suspension Fork

Started to assemble a new ebike as the old one been stollen yesterday, unfortunately... So, question who can explain or maybe give links because my google search got me nowhere. My old stolen ebike had this fork-  https://a.aliexpress.com/_u8Tj1j Did use a 26inch fat tire wheel on it. If I want on m...
by serginho007
May 02 2021 10:50pm
Forum: Items Wanted
Topic: (Very) fast Ebike !
Replies: 4
Views: 369

Re: (Very) fast Ebike !

Try Denzel. Russian man opened a factory in China and looks like here is EU as well.

Selling ebikes and emotorcycles, so you definitely will find bike with speed you want... :D

http://denzel.bike/denzel.html
by serginho007
Apr 30 2021 8:09am
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: Sold out
Replies: 17
Views: 1610

Re: Sold out

Yes, thanks again. Very clear explanation. Helps a lot...
by serginho007
Apr 29 2021 4:30pm
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: Sold out
Replies: 17
Views: 1610

Re: New Original LG 21700 5000mAh Cells

If you want good cycle lifespan, 0.4 to 0.5C rate. Going higher, longevity hit is reduced by ensuring the cell is at warm to hot temperatures first. Obviously if the other care parameters are "abusive" (not conducive to good lifespan) like high **discharge** rates, or high average DoD% th...
by serginho007
Apr 25 2021 11:26pm
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: Sold out
Replies: 17
Views: 1610

Re: New Original LG 21700 5000mAh Cells

Anybody knows how fast we can charge these 21700 cells? Let say standard Chinese 18650 (13S 15A), they recommend to charge with 2amp, I've got 14s 34a and charging them with current 4-5 amps.

So what would recommend for these 21700?
by serginho007
Apr 21 2021 11:56am
Forum: Help wanted & offered
Topic: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.
Replies: 10
Views: 592

Re: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.

markz wrote:
Apr 13 2021 11:56pm
Are all your wires on the controller accounted for
You know what every wire and connector does
Are all the wires labelled?
Sorry did miss your post...

Yes, I know what most connectors do expect few of them, like alarm, but that shouldn't be a problem (I believe...)
All wires labelled, yes.
by serginho007
Apr 13 2021 11:34pm
Forum: Help wanted & offered
Topic: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.
Replies: 10
Views: 592

Re: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.

Then you need to either sell the current controller you already have and buy a controller with a temperature sensor, or convert the controller you have. I dont keep up on Sabvoton controllers, but you sure you can convert a non temp sens cont to a temp sens? If that be the case, then someone needs ...
by serginho007
Apr 13 2021 11:27pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

My controller is in a toolbox on the rear rack. Not sure its the best solution for cooling, but it is neat Tool box maybe a solution, but I'll still try to mount underneath of the frame because in tool box I would need to extend all wires about 500 mm from controller, so trying to avoid that and pr...
by serginho007
Apr 10 2021 10:17am
Forum: Help wanted & offered
Topic: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.
Replies: 10
Views: 592

Re: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.

Temp sensor wire in the motor is easy to do. Opening up the motor - https://ebikes.ca/learn/troubleshooting.html Wiring temp thermistor - https://youtu.be/Wc8OJtFRUng?t=789 *Be sure you have the right thermistor for your controller. Yes, thank you. Did see videos like those. The hard part is to ada...
by serginho007
Apr 10 2021 10:11am
Forum: Help wanted & offered
Topic: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.
Replies: 10
Views: 592

Re: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.

I think that "Help wanted and offered" covers that pretty well? Yes, Possibly covers. But sometimes the sentence "help wanted" people will understand as "free of charge", when the sentence "service wanted" - already means service for cash. But, yes maybe you ...
by serginho007
Apr 09 2021 11:08am
Forum: Help wanted & offered
Topic: Looking for ebike professional in the UK.
Replies: 10
Views: 592

Looking for ebike professional in the UK.

Hi everyone, Trying to do much stuff of my self, but help always needed, specially when comes to upgrade the hub motor or controller. Common things need to be done, like adding a temp sensor to the motor, to make that work with the controller (in my case Sabvoton) Nice if that would be in London or ...
by serginho007
Apr 08 2021 11:24pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

My Sabvoton 80A arrived this week and first thing I realized that it can't read motor temperature from the box!!! I was thinking all Sabvoton controllers can do that from the box... It's possible to add that 6th white wire from the controller that will read motor temperature? Someone already did tha...
by serginho007
Mar 31 2021 12:39pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

I believe on my bike the cruise control wire is not part of the throttle/3 speed. I do not think cruise control somehow linked with any kind of throttle, including 3 speed ones, unless throttles with cruise control button on it. Also is it true that the sabvoton controllers do not work with traditi...
by serginho007
Mar 25 2021 1:33pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

Most likely it wouldbe compatible with any sensor that has the same properties as that KTY83sensor, assuming that the controller would have been compatible with the motorsthat do have that sensor in them (which you might have to find out from theseller).  Meaning, the same baseresistance at "z...
by serginho007
Mar 25 2021 12:08am
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

Back to the point... :D Anybody knows which temp sensor will ideal or acceptable for Sabvoton controller?
by serginho007
Mar 25 2021 12:00am
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

Yes, they are 16AWG but dont forget they two wires for each phase... "Unprivated" :lol: videos. That's the visual difference between original 1200w motor wire and my silicone 16AWG. https://i.ibb.co/98Cnd1m/16AWG.jpg And that wire I will be installing in the new motor which is this (13AWG ...
by serginho007
Mar 24 2021 4:17pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

Thanks for quick reply... Yes, it was strange for me too, that they said that is no space for a tiny sensor... I did have little experience of replacing original signal wire and phase wires. Dop0 use 1000w motor a got problem with overheating phase wires (especially in the summer), so I replaced ori...
by serginho007
Mar 24 2021 3:01pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users
Replies: 86
Views: 32092

Re: For Sabvoton sine wave motor controller users

Is there a manual for Sabvoton controller that will tell which temperature sensor will support. I believe not every sensor will be recognized by Sabvoton... Also was trying to search on the forum but could not find the proper place where temperature sensors can be discussed - "which better, wor...
by serginho007
Mar 15 2021 3:38pm
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: Nucular electronics - complete kit for ev! [beta]
Replies: 1590
Views: 183020

Re: Nucular electronics - complete kit for ev! [beta]

Yes, many of us know is one of the best or the best controller, but that waiting list is what make people buy something else. Ordered 6F on October. Contacted Nucular helpline last week to find how long left roughly... They say it's possible in the summer or autumn. So waiting list is 1 year!!! Will...
by serginho007
Mar 12 2021 4:18pm
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: KELLY CONTROLLER and DC/DC converters.
Replies: 8
Views: 797

Re: KELLY CONTROLLER and DC/DC converters.

You are in Canada, right?

Would you be able to check how much would cost shipping to the UK, please? Thanks

Just controller...
by serginho007
Mar 12 2021 12:10am
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: KELLY CONTROLLER and DC/DC converters.
Replies: 8
Views: 797

Re: KELLY CONTROLLER and DC/DC converters.

Would nice to know if that controller would support 52v battery?... My 48v KT controller works with 52v pack with no problem they got 60v capacitors inside, so it save to use 58.8v fully charged pack.
Anyone tried to make 48v Kelly controller with 52v pack?
by serginho007
Feb 14 2021 8:04am
Forum: Battery Technology
Topic: Smart BMS with xiaoxiang app let discharging easy but not charging.
Replies: 10
Views: 497

Re: Smart BMS with xiaoxiang app let discharging easy but not charging.

Its shame that faulty BMS can't be returned/refunded as I had to solder copper plates and seller want to accept even faulty BMS with 'modifications'. The heat required for adding copper plates could easily be enough to unseat some small component elsewhere. From my own experience of changing MOSFET...