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Sabvoton 60150 or 72150 constant current?

Posted: Dec 30 2017 5:24pm
by rg12
Hi Guys,

Do you know what is the constant current for the Sabvoton rated at 150A?
All I know is the the 150A is the peak and not the constant.

Re: Sabvoton 60150 or 72150 constant current?

Posted: Dec 30 2017 9:18pm
by alec
Here's the documentation supplied from Sabvoton! :D

Lazy answer: 50-150A.

Re: Sabvoton 60150 or 72150 constant current?

Posted: Dec 31 2017 4:44am
by rg12
It doesn't really say...they act as if it can take 150A constant and I don't think it will...

Re: Sabvoton 60150 or 72150 constant current?

Posted: Dec 31 2017 5:00am
by alec
rg12 wrote:
Dec 31 2017 4:44am
It doesn't really say...they act as if it can take 150A constant and I don't think it will...
I think it can take it, but of course it’ll kick it down to 30A or below if you hit your DC current limit temp/voltage flags. Honestly, these Sabvoton controllers are pretty cryptic to understand. All I know is that I’ve been able to get 120A continuous on my 96150, and it’s set to 120A.

Re: Sabvoton 60150 or 72150 constant current?

Posted: Jan 09 2018 8:08am
by Volts
Alec man are you at the race tracks or something why would you need 150 battery amps, these controllers are tuff man so long as they have some form of cooling i dont see why they couldn't pull 150 battery amps i have a 36 fet 200 amp controller and have run it at as such but was way to fast for me, for general commuting 70-80 amps is more then enough

Re: Sabvoton 60150 or 72150 constant current?

Posted: Jan 09 2018 8:57pm
by Patchogue
http://www.cnqsmotor.com/en/article_rea ... r/537.html

here you go..

if you're not sure, send them an email, they are pretty good with customer support.

I never used this controller but I've read people using it with 150amps with vids on youtube.
There are some unlocked versions of the 72150 to be used with 200amps but no warranty.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Electric-e-b ... SwisVZsTwl

I hope it helps.