I agree with Microbatman. Yesterday I was so happy that my adaptto max e works. I was euphoric because of the controlability of the bike and the silence. I had to switch from 24s to 21s for all of that. Today I wanted to increase the power and wheel like with my Infineon 18FET with 24s Lipo (wheelies at >40km/h). Big disappointment . The controller shows 90A battery current (although I have limited it to 80A!?). The voltage drop is 8V (much too high). The front wheel stays always on the ground. I hope I made a mistake and will find it.
Nevertheless I had built a 31s Lipo and I would love to use it. Many motors are at their full glory at voltages above 100V (130V!). An Adaptto with all it`s nice features for 135V max battery voltage is all I need
It makes no sense designing a controller for maximum power with 100V MOSFETs when the the motor can´t be pushed to it`s maximum and even more important tortureing your very expensive battery with extreme currents with never getting to top speeds.
Many Electric and hybrid cars work with 450V at the moment. Some think of going to 800V+
For many years 100V MOSEFTs have been the limit but today the limit is at 150V. Above 150V MOSFETs have to compare with IGBTs.
Please Adaptto make at least a few of these 150V controllers for ES members or tell us what to do to rework these controllers by ourselves.