newbiehere wrote: ↑
Oct 08 2018 2:36am
I have a 36 volt 350 watt brushless motor that has suddenly stopped working. I tested the halls supply red/blk and got 6.5 volts
That is generally a high voltage as most controllers send 5v to the halls.
but between ground (blk) and yellow blue or green signal wires I got 13.5 volts.
there is usually one return wire, not 3.
One of the halls appears to be facing down, the 2 on the sides up. what would give me such a reading?
We have to take your word for it because the picture is too blurry to see what you are describing.
I have ordered the honeywell ss41 as replacements.
How do you know your Halls are bad?
also, can one change the cap value on the board to a higher rating to put in more voltage, or is it more involved than that?
You can throw any cap you want into a pc board, but why?
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