QSMOTOR 180 9000W 90H PMSM IPM mid drive motor
For a long time, we are developing and testing our new 8000w mid drive motor, below is the result
Item: QSMOTOR 180 9000W 90H PMSM IPM mid drivemotor
·Motor Type: PMSM IPM Motor With Hall Sensor
·Rated Power: 9000W (18000kW peak in few seconds)
·Rated Voltage: 72V
·Speed: 4000RPM peak (basic RPM), 7000RPM with flux weakening
·Max Torque: approx 100N.m peak.
·Max Efficiency: approx 95%
·Continuous Battery Current:200 A (72V)
·Peak Battery Current: 250A (72V)
·Working Temperature: 70-130℃ , peak 180 ℃
·Single Hall Set with waterproof connectors
·Waterproof Grade: IP67
·Cooling: air cool
·Phase wire: 22mm²
·Insulation grade: H
·Working system: S9
·N.W./G.W.: approx 25kg
·Package Dimension: pending piece
PS. For 180 PMSM motor, it’s maximum 135H 12000W motor.
The current product shell is a more industrial design, need to update the picture
Below are pictures for previous sample 180 135H mid drive motor, we plan to do some appearance updates for final sample, i will show you pictures when the sample finished.
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Here is drawing for whole 180 mid drive motor, if you need high-definition picture, please kindly ask me.
Please check the installation dimension, especially the diameter and width for threaded holes.
2.Match with sprocket SN520 13teeth, plan gear ratio 1:6.5
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180 90H MAP
180 75H 7500W 99N.m
180 135H 12kw
with EM300 72V 350A, approx 102N.m peak
with EM300 82V 350A, approx 100N.m peak, 24kw peak
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Heavy Electric Motorcycle, e.g. Harly Scooter
E-motorcycle weight, approx 180kg+2*80kg
Speed: continuous 100km/h, peak 120km/h
Gear ratio: 1:6.5
Climbing slope: 50°@260kg
Tire: 0.6138 130/70-17
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We suggest to choose sinusoidal wave Motor Controller EM72200SP with standards CANBUS,
EM72300P should also work (without CANBUS).
functions available for speed modes, anti-theft, cruise, reverse etc.
refer to below hyperlink.
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I tried to copy and paste the info in the qs sales thread, but the pictures were lost.
You can find it here: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=65972&start=1200
Note that it is 3 motors they are mixing the specs of.