Intellectual controller

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Intellectual controller

Post by GIGATT » Sep 21 2017 6:21pm

Greetings Endless Sphere relatives,

Has anybody ever used this "intellectual" controller for an ebike motor?... I just wonder if it will work...with no green wire.

not intelligent... or smart it's intellectual...
:shock:
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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by GIGATT » Feb 01 2018 9:15pm

...intellectuals are often lonely

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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by Rube » Feb 02 2018 3:31am

Judging by the half-arsed effort that resulted in a wonky controller label I'd say proceed with caution :lol: Good luck with the set up looks pretty basic.

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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by liveforphysics » Feb 02 2018 4:19am

Might be FOC or something cool. Might be marketing.
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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by Buk___ » Feb 02 2018 5:33am

GIGATT wrote:
Sep 21 2017 6:21pm
Greetings Endless Sphere relatives,

Has anybody ever used this "intellectual" controller for an ebike motor?... I just wonder if it will work...with no green wire.

not intelligent... or smart it's intellectual...
:shock:
I wonder if he's any relation to the Fat Controller.

I also wonder about the "exquisite article".

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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by fechter » Feb 02 2018 9:13am

But it says it's an exquisite article, so it must be good.

My guess is it's made for a brushed motor, since it doesn't have enough wires to be a brushless. If you opened the case and looked at the circuit board, it would be easy to tell.
"One test is worth a thousand opinions"

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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by GIGATT » Feb 07 2018 9:43pm

liveforphysics wrote:
Feb 02 2018 4:19am
Might be FOC or something cool. Might be marketing.
FOC like Free of Charge? I just want it to accept a charge from my battery without fire... :?

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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by fechter » Feb 07 2018 9:47pm

FOC is field oriented control. This only applies to brushless motors.
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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by GIGATT » Feb 08 2018 2:17am

yeah I will definitely have to pray before using this one. red positive black negative and Green to green etc. and a throttle I assume ..
Rube wrote:
Feb 02 2018 3:31am
Judging by the half-arsed effort that resulted in a wonky controller label I'd say proceed with caution :lol: Good luck with the set up looks pretty basic.
"Fat Controller...?" The character from the TV show... on the link? or is that an actual electronic thing that went over my head?
Buk___ wrote:
Feb 02 2018 5:33am
GIGATT wrote:
Sep 21 2017 6:21pm
Greetings Endless Sphere relatives,

Has anybody ever used this "intellectual" controller for an ebike motor?... I just wonder if it will work...with no green wire.

not intelligent... or smart it's intellectual...
:shock:
I wonder if he's any relation to the Fat Controller.

I also wonder about the "exquisite article".

Thanks for the information. I had no idea what FOC meant... yeah it is exquisite alright... I opened the case and ... I have no idea what is going on. I do see Texas Instruments looking chip though.
fechter wrote:
Feb 02 2018 9:13am
But it says it's an exquisite article, so it must be good.

My guess is it's made for a brushed motor, since it doesn't have enough wires to be a brushless. If you opened the case and looked at the circuit board, it would be easy to tell.
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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by liveforphysics » Feb 08 2018 5:33am

Brushed motor rubbish.
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Re: Intellectual controller

Post by fechter » Feb 08 2018 10:08am

liveforphysics wrote:
Feb 08 2018 5:33am
Brushed motor rubbish.
Yes, and a really small one at that. Maybe 20A max.

Definitely won't work with a brushless motor.
"One test is worth a thousand opinions"

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