Need help putting ebike electronics learning lab together

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ezeepzee   1 µW

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Need help putting ebike electronics learning lab together

Post by ezeepzee » Mar 15 2019 2:58pm

Hi:

I have a small electronics lab: scope, function generator, power supply, etc.

I would like a small motor, controller, and throttle, to learn ebike electronics on a small table. Any comments on using these:

Motor

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Wantai- ... 3c00j7FP31

I have the 48v version of this:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/24V-36V ... 4c4dXthPwU

Throttle:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Handleb ... 79648.html

TIA

Yungyakz   10 mW

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Re: Need help putting ebike electronics learning lab together

Post by Yungyakz » Mar 22 2019 1:16pm

hi there, first of all the motor is brushless and the controller is brushed so they wouldnt work. I would just say you get a cheap £140 1000w kit from ebay they have helped me elarn alot about ebikes. 1000w 12 or 15 fet controllers are the controllers you want to get they are basic and help you learn alot you can easily mod them and mess around with them and if you compleatly mess them up there £15. Hub motor is simple with these kits. i had bought one of theese kits and built an ebike to learn and fore fun. modding theese kits is also veryyyy fun :lol: my ebike currently is 4500w on a £150 kit. but the only way is to learn is research on here tbh. i done loads of researching then i bought the stuff.

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