Was just sitting figuring how to wind a double stator 3540 Crystalyte hubmotor. The double stator would be 70mm wide X 195mm dia. best I can measure. I will put a larger dia. axle through the hubs, to allow for larger gauge phase leads. The windings overlap in each slot. One is wound, then, another is wound on top of the first, coming from an adjacent slot.
On other motor rewinds, each wind is separate from each other. None overlap.
What is the difference in the 2 types of rewind ?
I have a bunch of .040 dia. wire to wind with, and would like to wind the motor at a slower speed, so it can be run faster with higher voltage. Hoping to not burn it up in stop and go traffic, along with cruising at 60-70 KPH. Is this possible, say, at 72-74V on hardtop roads?
I have so many pages bookmarked, + notes, and, the more I read, the more confused I get.
Anyone interested in trying to explain what I need to do?
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