Sabvoton 150A

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rg12   10 kW

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Sabvoton 150A

Post by rg12 » Feb 04 2018 1:09pm

Hey Guys,

I got this 72V 150A Sabvoton...
If I put the current limit at the highest will it tolerate 150A continues? or will it just taper it down once it reaches a certain temperature (if it has a temp sensor)?

Also, why the hell such an advanced controller doesn't have a self learn option?

P.S, why does it say on the sale page Brand Name: Kelly while the title says Sabvoton?
Aren't they two different brands?
Mongoose EC-D 2007 (18" motocross wheels), 21s 10Ah LiPo, Greentime 72V 110A Controller (soldered shunt), 9kg Hub Motor

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Re: Sabvoton 150A

Post by Jonno » Feb 07 2018 11:36am

It does have a self learn setup (on the debug page) and yes it will take 150a if your battery pack Is able to supply it.


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EEB frame, 888 forks, QS205 V3 96v, APT AE96600 600a controller, 113V @ 21AH Lipos 20c burst, Hope 203mm brakes, CAV3, Vortecks bms/app : faster than you want to go :lol:

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Re: Sabvoton 150A

Post by rg12 » Feb 07 2018 7:15pm

Jonno wrote:
Feb 07 2018 11:36am
It does have a self learn setup (on the debug page) and yes it will take 150a if your battery pack Is able to supply it.


Jonno
Thanks alot :)
Mongoose EC-D 2007 (18" motocross wheels), 21s 10Ah LiPo, Greentime 72V 110A Controller (soldered shunt), 9kg Hub Motor

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