12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $199

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jun 15, 2010 2:48 pm

Hi Tom!

I have replied back to you via PM. Thanks! :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Tom_D » Jun 15, 2010 4:21 pm

Lyen, PM received. You have answered all my questions with real information. :mrgreen: You are good guy.
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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by The Mighty Volt » Jun 15, 2010 5:50 pm

Lyen wrote:Hi Mighty!

Yes, I would not sell any controllers with potential issues. The potential issue that Steveo suspected is being escalated and reviewed by the engineers from the manufacturer and me. I will get back to you once it is clarified. :)

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The Mighty Volt wrote:Hi Lyen, in light of SteveO's post, do you mind if I wait until the issue is resolved before I pay you the remainder of the money I owe you for the controller?

Thanks.

PS I am sure SteveO is a legit dude who just wants the best for forumites.... 8)

Thanks Lyen. As soon as everything is clear, just send me a PM and I will pay you the remaining 75% plus the postage. Thanks and good luck with everything!

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jun 17, 2010 4:48 am

Here is the remedy. I have engaged a bunch of people from the manufacturer for the potential issues that was mentioned by the young fellow Steveo again. I was told by the engineer and designer of the circuit board being used was good as is. But to relief the worrying of people, here are more changes as shown on the pictures below. The R115 resistor will not turn brown. The possible reason was because Steveo operated his controller at 145-150v which was not safe to begin with. The engineer told me the R115 resistor can sustain 15 degree Celsius above normal operation temperature. The engineer has also said switching power circuitry for voltage regulation is embedded onto the circuit board, so the additional VR or voltage regulation circuitry is unnecessary. Resolved. :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by The Mighty Volt » Jun 17, 2010 7:18 am

Hi Lyen, in a PM you mentioned 18 Fet and 12 Fet.

I have a basic notion, more fet's = better.

Is this correct.

How much is the 18 Fet controller?

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jun 17, 2010 7:38 am

The Mighty Volt wrote:Hi Lyen, in a PM you mentioned 18 Fet and 12 Fet.

I have a basic notion, more fet's = better.

Is this correct.

How much is the 18 Fet controller?

Thanks.
Hi Mighty!

Here is the link for the 18 FET High Voltage controller I am also selling:
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 31&t=18605

In theory, more MOSFETs can generate more power with less heat. But a properly optimized configuration between battery and motor and price are also important. In addition, enclosure size, range, weight, and battery discharge ability should be consider. :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by AmpEater » Jun 18, 2010 10:26 pm

Is that last one still for sale? I'll take it

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Post by Lyen » Jun 18, 2010 10:35 pm

AmpEater wrote:Is that last one still for sale? I'll take it
Hi AmpEater!

Thanks for your interest in the controller. Yes, it is still available for purchase. :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by steveo » Jun 18, 2010 11:36 pm

how about r12 heat issue?
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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jun 21, 2010 10:53 am

steveo wrote:how about r12 heat issue?
The issue was escalated and resolved. I appreciate your respect and concerns. :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by steveo » Jun 21, 2010 11:04 am

Lyen wrote:
steveo wrote:how about r12 heat issue?
The issue was escalated and resolved. I appreciate your respect and concerns. :)

Regards,
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do you have any photos of the r12 circuit fix... i'm curious to see your fix :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jun 21, 2010 11:36 am

steveo wrote:
Lyen wrote:
steveo wrote:how about r12 heat issue?
The issue was escalated and resolved. I appreciate your respect and concerns. :)

Regards,
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do you have any photos of the r12 circuit fix... i'm curious to see your fix :)

-steveo
Why don't you show me yours first? :wink: What do you have to hide? Also, you never show me your browned resistor issue as you said you were going to show me? I am curious to see your fix as well. :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by steveo » Jun 21, 2010 3:35 pm

... I have nothing to hide? ... why would i?.... the resistors are very very small .. but i will do my best to take a photo for you... i think i need a magnify glass for everyone to see... i will try without one...

i have not yet found a proper fix... but my guess would be a higher wattage resistor.

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Arlo1 » Jun 21, 2010 9:32 pm

Steveo & lyen I fried my r12 in my 18 fet methods controller its just to small the disapate that much heat. I used a 1/8th watt resistor and mounted it up off the bord and its fine now.
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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jun 22, 2010 1:20 am

Arlo1 wrote:Steveo & lyen I fried my r12 in my 18 fet methods controller its just to small the disapate that much heat. I used a 1/8th watt resistor and mounted it up off the bord and its fine now.
Hi Ario1!

Thanks for getting back to me on your PM. The 18 FET Infineon Controller you have purchased from Methods was built using a legacy circuit board. The one you are looking at here does not have the legacy electronic component such as the LM317 and the 7805 voltage regulators. In addition, I have replaced the on board SMD resistors network to sustain high temperature. Again, I have spoken with a few engineers/circuitry designers and executed what needs to relief the worrying from potential buyer although they thought it may not be necessary. :)
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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by geetarboy » Jun 28, 2010 10:05 pm

Yes Edward, I am ready for "higher voltage"....can't wait :twisted:

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jul 06, 2010 5:09 am

Here's the latest video from an Italian running his electric bike at 116.8V with the Crystalyte 5305 motor using 32 of Headway 38140 cells in series along with the EC124115 controller. He was running at 70-92 KPH or 43.5-57 MPH. You may noticed the sound from his low speed high torque motor sounded like a jet engine when running at high speed. I have asked for his approval to share the video with us. :)



Enjoy the video! :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by The Mighty Volt » Jul 06, 2010 8:06 am

What I really want to see is some of these bikes going up big hills. Thats where their true worth is. I want to see some of these volt-guzzlers climbing!!

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by John in CR » Jul 09, 2010 9:58 pm

The Mighty Volt wrote:What I really want to see is some of these bikes going up big hills. Thats where their true worth is. I want to see some of these volt-guzzlers climbing!!
Can I show you 85-90mph instead? It's coming to a theater near you, summer 2010. :mrgreen:

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by The Mighty Volt » Jul 10, 2010 6:43 pm

John in CR wrote:
The Mighty Volt wrote:What I really want to see is some of these bikes going up big hills. Thats where their true worth is. I want to see some of these volt-guzzlers climbing!!
Can I show you 85-90mph instead? It's coming to a theater near you, summer 2010. :mrgreen:
Top Speed is all good. I mean, it is impressive- but I am more impressed by brute acceleration and the ability to chew out any hill not called Everest.

What's your system anyways? :D

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by The Mighty Volt » Jul 11, 2010 8:04 am

Referring to the video posted.......

116v at 75-120A from only 32 3.3v batteries?

Also they are headways...where is he getting that sort of amperage from??

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jul 11, 2010 11:14 am

The Mighty Volt wrote:Referring to the video posted.......

116v at 75-120A from only 32 3.3v batteries?

Also they are headways...where is he getting that sort of amperage from??
I believe 116v out of a fleshly charged battery pack is about right. 32*3.3=105.6v & 116-105.6=10.4v over when fully recharged. You can put commentary and questions on his Youtube video to ask as well. :)
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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by The Mighty Volt » Jul 12, 2010 3:46 am

Lyen wrote:
The Mighty Volt wrote:Referring to the video posted.......

116v at 75-120A from only 32 3.3v batteries?

Also they are headways...where is he getting that sort of amperage from??
I believe 116v out of a fleshly charged battery pack is about right. 32*3.3=105.6v & 116-105.6=10.4v over when fully recharged. You can put commentary and questions on his Youtube video to ask as well. :)
That's true....but what is the C-Rate of those Headways? 10C? If even!!

Also! http://images.villageorigin.com/w/index ... u&z=en&f=1

Will this item fit onto your controller and tell me the true speed etc?

Thanks.

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by Lyen » Jul 12, 2010 2:39 pm

The Mighty Volt wrote:
Lyen wrote:
The Mighty Volt wrote:Referring to the video posted.......

116v at 75-120A from only 32 3.3v batteries?

Also they are headways...where is he getting that sort of amperage from??
I believe 116v out of a fleshly charged battery pack is about right. 32*3.3=105.6v & 116-105.6=10.4v over when fully recharged. You can put commentary and questions on his Youtube video to ask as well. :)
That's true....but what is the C-Rate of those Headways? 10C? If even!!

Also! http://images.villageorigin.com/w/index ... u&z=en&f=1

Will this item fit onto your controller and tell me the true speed etc?

Thanks.
Hi Mighty,

Can you clarify what the connector is for? There are only 6 pins being utilized out of the 9 pin connector. :)

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Re: 12 FET 84-132V High Voltage Racing Controller - LYEN $19

Post by The Mighty Volt » Jul 12, 2010 2:45 pm

I don't actually know....it's a speedometer for a regular motorbike.

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