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Tazman   1 mW

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High power controllers

Post by Tazman » Dec 28 2018 4:38am

Comments welcome on a 56volt 15amp/hour battery and a 40amp high powered 18 mosfet controller for 2000watt ebike.

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Re: High power controllers

Post by flat tire » Dec 28 2018 4:02pm

2000 watts is very low power. You can't go wrong with a Phase Runner.

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Re: High power controllers

Post by 999zip999 » Dec 29 2018 1:53am

What battery ? What brand and type of cells in the pack ? Not all batteries made at same level of performance. Good , bad and the ugly.

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Re: High power controllers

Post by Chalo » Dec 29 2018 2:18am

Tazman wrote:
Dec 28 2018 4:38am
Comments welcome on a 56volt 15amp/hour battery and a 40amp high powered 18 mosfet controller for 2000watt ebike.
56V could be 13S, 14S, or 15S lithium ion, 15S, 16S, 17S lithium ferrophosphate. So what are you talking about?

2000W is more output than you can expect from a hypothetical 2240W electrical input. I'm thinking the nominal power class would be 1500W at best. But that still puts you in the general range of typical stock 50cc mopeds. What's the intended purpose?
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