What kind of contact cement did you use? The belt sander material is grit 40 I presume?Grinhill wrote:I had the belt sander material stuck with contact cement, lasted 2 years until no grit left (though went through two tyres, small price to pay for great performance). No lifting at all. Went with the same again, works great, highly recommended.
I think it would be difficult to prevent a steel can from slipping on the motor can.
Yep I think its 40, if you can get 60 or 80 that would be OK too and possibly less tyre wear.Folken wrote: What kind of contact cement did you use? The belt sander material is grit 40 I presume?
Looks correct so far. I'm not 100% sure if the code will work without the LCD connected though.Masure wrote:Hi there,
As I said, I want to replicate folken's work. Even if I understand the whole picture, I'd like a quick validation of the wiring before I go further.
Hi everybody,adrian_sm wrote:Good question. The cheapest and easiest alternative to my fancy "Brain Box" is actually and very cheap off-the-shelf controller.
The S06P magically works very well, at both 24V & 36V.
The key is the ramp rate of the throttle, and ability to spin up these small motors well which is not the case with many controllers. There may be alternatives now available, but this is the one I know to work.
Here is a link:
https://bmsbattery.com/ebike-kit/545-s0 ... e-kit.html