yes everything is insulated, redid all that assembly. Im getting rotation with the pot, kind of on/off no range but its ok now, so I will await my halls throttle and replace.
I would like to change out the embeded halls in the rotor to the type you see mounted on the side on a ic board, wonder if that is possible? Just seems an easier way to replace the halls sensors if they go bad instead of digging them out of the milled slots on the rotor, guess the mfgs changed the config later.
On my supply side of the halls, I get 6.5 V, not 13.5, the 13.5 is only between grd and the signal wires
I have a 48 volt UPS battery set I got for free, Ive read that UPS batteries are deep cycle, and I charge the the set with the UPS box, at 52 volts to push in the 48V at the high end of the charge I guess, and for my 36 v I remove one battery later, a bit of a pain as the box or tray is designed to hold 4 batteries. If I changed the cap rated at 50 V on the controller, and possibly the mosfets could I use the 48 Volt battery set? I cant find a voltage regulator like a 7805 etc on my controller. I see 6 IRF 3205 transistors rated at 55V, and one Fairchild E-13005-1 transistor on the flip side of the controller (dont know what that one does, please see attached picture, also, the large cap, how does it limit voltage?)
"Yes on the FETs. Two are on at any given time, one high side and one low side. These switch depending on rotor position."
so Im guessing this is software that tells the controller when to fire the next winding? the magnets rotate past the halls, and that signals the controller? would be interesting to make a controller but Im sure its complex when it comes to brushless motors
Thanks for all your advice.
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