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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by BCTECH » May 14, 2015 12:43 am

ridethelightning wrote:1 qs motor v3 type arrived today.
shipping took like 1 week if that to Aus.

very well packed.

so far impressed. will post pics when i open it up.
What T did you order?

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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by ridethelightning » May 14, 2015 2:21 am

9kv. i think then it would be 5t

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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by Dirtech » May 14, 2015 3:00 am

BCTECH wrote:
Dirtech wrote:It's been said already but I also would like to know the thread size for the freewheel.
i am also looking at which freewheel will fit, i have tried 2 but no success.
are you using single speed freewheel?
I will be when my motor arrives :)

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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by ridethelightning » May 14, 2015 4:04 am

what freewheel are you planning to go with?

im going to try a cheap dicta type.

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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by ridethelightning » May 14, 2015 7:00 am

so heres a sneak preveiw..... :D
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qs and cro (with modded phase wires)
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cro freewheel thread
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by madin88 » May 14, 2015 7:12 am

thanks for the pics
the designe of QS axle looks stronger - especially at the area where the phase wires are going out (there seems to be a larger diameter 10mm flat part).

vito, could you please answer my questions:
madin88 wrote:
Vito8828 wrote: P.S.: If you need 3kW 50H V2 type hub motor, you could test 2kW 45H V3 type hub motor.
The performance is alike.
i would like to know the weight of this 45H V3 motor, and does i have smaller dimensions or is it same in size to 50H type?

could you give us more details about what stability improvements you make on 50H motors?
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by ridethelightning » May 14, 2015 7:21 am

so dont get me wrong. i love the cover of the cro with the pretty bolt-on freewheel mount, but from a practicality point of veiw, its steel in contact with alu so it rusts fast, and its possibly heavier than it needs to be.

im yet to try to mount a frewheel on the qs, or even measure it.

axle is 15.5mm thick with 10.0 mm across flats
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so its pretty clean/well handled/not bashed
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mxus to compare freewheel mounts...(note. slightly bashed:))
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interesting and possibly very good axle design....
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and the wire side.
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by ridethelightning » May 14, 2015 7:34 am

and around the phase/halls side...
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good size rabbit hole for those phases..
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cror(modded 8 awg phases)
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stock cro wire dia
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and (holy crap!)QS stock phase dia
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licorice strap anyone?
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Post by ridethelightning » May 14, 2015 7:48 am

and a few more.
the qs feels noticably a little heavier,not much, perhaps 100-200grams. im yet to be able to weigh them.
im suspecting that it could be due to more copper in there,would not be surprised after seeing those phases. unless the cast stator design is a little different between the two .
ill post more picks of the inside when i get a puller...soon i hope :D
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profile(cro)
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qs
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disc spacer(reads 3.33mm)
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cro,qs, mxus
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very well packed. perhaps the most serious packaging iv seen yet
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some spare halls i asked for, plug +pins etc ad spacer for axle
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by BCTECH » May 14, 2015 9:59 am

ridethelightning wrote:what freewheel are you planning to go with?

im going to try a cheap dicta type.
Reminder ---- DO NOT buy the DICTA yet
it wouldn't fit
Please see my photo above

I have been looking into that deeply and waiting for an answer

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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by Dirtech » May 14, 2015 11:02 am

I will wait for the motor to arrive before deciding on a freewheel. But it will definitely be single speed.

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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by BCTECH » May 14, 2015 11:13 am

Dirtech wrote:I will wait for the motor to arrive before deciding on a freewheel. But it will definitely be single speed.
I am also using single speed, I think same as almost most people for this high power motor.
since you will be getting the latest version, I am not sure if you are getting the new cover version,, please update us after you receive it.

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Post by Dirtech » May 14, 2015 11:18 am

ridethelightning, in terms of what size spokes we need, is the QS hub the same diameter as the cromotor?

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Post by BCTECH » May 14, 2015 11:28 am

Dirtech wrote:ridethelightning, in terms of what size spokes we need, is the QS hub the same diameter as the cromotor?
hole sizes are - 3.4mm and 4.2mm
on the small holes 11ga ok, 10ga will need to drill bigger holes

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Post by QSMOTOR » May 15, 2015 1:26 am

ridethelightning wrote:and a few more.
the qs feels noticably a little heavier,not much, perhaps 100-200grams. im yet to be able to weigh them.
im suspecting that it could be due to more copper in there,would not be surprised after seeing those phases. unless the cast stator design is a little different between the two .
ill post more picks of the inside when i get a puller...soon i hope :D
Vito: Thank you very much for sharing.
Please open the motor if you're avaiable, then you will notice the difference in design.
E.g. the width and length of magnet, the winding of copper.
Btw., For the phase wire outside of motor, it could be 8mm² or 10mm² (generally 10mm²).
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by cwah » May 15, 2015 1:43 am

Do you have compact sine wave controller?

Would you have a 48V 6000W motor for 26" wheel bicycle going up to 70km/h with compact sine wave controller and regen? Best would be with variable regen.

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Post by Doctorbass » May 15, 2015 2:03 am

awsome compare! thanks!

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Post by ridethelightning » May 15, 2015 8:29 am

so now for the really interesting stuff, the insides.
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inside the rotor, disc side. qs, cro
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qs.
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qs axle
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cro axle
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qs disc side bearing od
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qs freewheel side bearing od
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cro freewheel side bearing od
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cro disc side bearing od
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Post by Doctorbass » May 15, 2015 8:34 am

Very very nice info!

Could you measur ethe laminatino thickness of the stator? to know if it is 0.35 or 0.5mm?


Thanks again!

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Post by ridethelightning » May 15, 2015 8:42 am

so this is what the qs stator looks like
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qs stator width (iron only)
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cro stator width(iron only)
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halls and temp sensor, nicely done.
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qs tooth width
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cro tooth
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this says it all really
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cro magnet
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qs
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cro
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by ridethelightning » May 15, 2015 8:53 am

stator lamination look to be identicle thickness for cro and qs, id say 0.3mm thick.

phase wire (winding) thickness for qs, cro ,mxus respectively 0.6mmx24, 0.6mmx18, 0.6mmx15.(strands in each phase)

i hope this is helpful for those looking for serious motors :twisted:

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mxus and qs phase wires for comic relief
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mxusv1 cro qs
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mxus, cro
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mxus stator
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by madin88 » May 15, 2015 9:36 am

thanks for all the pics. the performance must be awesome :twisted:
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Re: QS 500W-10kW BLDC In-Wheel Hub Motor Catalog /Manufactur

Post by Dirtech » May 15, 2015 10:36 am

BCTECH wrote:
Dirtech wrote:I will wait for the motor to arrive before deciding on a freewheel. But it will definitely be single speed.
I am also using single speed, I think same as almost most people for this high power motor.
since you will be getting the latest version, I am not sure if you are getting the new cover version,, please update us after you receive it.
Something badass came in the mail today...
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Post by jansevr » May 15, 2015 10:36 am

can't wait to see some performance tests. the QS motor looks quite a bit better than the cro. the copper fill looks to be almost 2x that of the cro! do you or anyone else know exactly how much more copper there is? its hard to believe this is only the 3000w rated motor considering the cro v3 is 6000w rated. if the cro can do 10-15kw peaks or more, im guessing this qs motor will have no problem handling 20+kw peaks! now you just need to find a controller that can run that beast

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Post by Dirtech » May 15, 2015 10:39 am

jansevr wrote:can't wait to see some performance tests. the QS motor looks quite a bit better than the cro. the copper fill looks to be almost 2x that of the cro! do you or anyone else know exactly how much more copper there is? its hard to believe this is only the 3000w rated motor considering the cro v3 is 6000w rated. if the cro can do 10-15kw peaks or more, im guessing this qs motor will have no problem handling 20+kw peaks! now you just need to find a controller that can run that beast
Once I get enough batteries to feed the amps, I will max out a max-e and see what happens! :twisted: Got to finish my bike first though... :D

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