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Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Sep 09 2015 8:21am
by circuit
What about the width of internal aluminum plate? It looks very convenient to mount that plate without enclosure (in other enclosed spaces).

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Sep 24 2015 1:47pm
by Kodin
For those curious about the SSC-series controllers:

https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... =2&t=72706

I took my 48V/150A unit apart to see the guts. I'm told it's more or less the same layout internally as a Sevcon Gen4. Looks like the low-voltage units still spec the same hardware as the higher voltage units, though I have no idea what's in the 96V model.

Food for thought!

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 04 2015 6:55pm
by sendler2112
What are you using for a screen? Cycle Analyst?

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 04 2015 7:14pm
by Kodin
Yup. A couple others are doing the same.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 04 2015 7:26pm
by sendler2112
Seen any way to buy a SSC096080 shipped to the USA?
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http://www.sabvoton.com/product/sabvoto ... jqhuNKrTs2
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Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 04 2015 9:11pm
by Kodin
QS stopped carrying the Sabvoton units on aliexpress apparently; and in the last few months too! They do have a different model that's 96V capable, but it's more money than the last one. Don't even bother contacting Sabvoton through their inquiry button. Took them 3 months to give me a price last time.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 05 2015 1:01am
by zombiess
I have 8 SSC096100's in stock. $429 with fuse, shunt, CA Connector 8 gauge wiring.
email: jwolf # dodecahedronsolutions.com

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 05 2015 10:14pm
by Kodin
zombiess wrote:I have 8 SSC096100's in stock. $429 with fuse, shunt, CA Connector 8 gauge wiring.
email: jwolf # dodecahedronsolutions.com
What size of shunt do you use on these? I have an SSC048150 I'll be powering up soon, figured I'd hook up my CAv3 at the same time.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 21 2015 2:58am
by cwah
Are the new model any good?

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 29 2015 5:06am
by Kodin
Other than footprint when considering for a bike build? Hell yeah.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 29 2015 8:30pm
by zombiess
Kodin wrote:Other than footprint when considering for a bike build? Hell yeah.
Foot print is sub optimal as you noticed, but yeah, the controllers appear to work pretty well.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Nov 29 2015 9:20pm
by Kodin
I'd say bulletproof for anything up to 100V and as large as a cromotor.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Jan 15 2016 8:55pm
by devmanner
I have the 80A max sabvoton controller and I saw a manual that said you can do 100v. Have you head of any one running that voltage when the settings have been set for 100v? Also I cant get the controller to be recognized by my computer. Do you have to use Win XP?

Thanks,
Devin

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Jan 15 2016 9:04pm
by Kodin
IIRC... 4110 FETs are specced for 100 volt max. So the answer is of course maybe. Running close to the hairs edge on any component gets a bit iffy, and if the FETs aren't matched well they may cause failure if you're at or beyond the limits. Food for thought?

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Jan 24 2016 1:04pm
by sven_nilsson
I finished my e-bike project today and just want to warn everyone to be careful with the "Accelerate time" setting on this controller.

According to my findings, when set somewhere above 3000ms, it will convert your e-bike to a death trap.
Everything seems fine, but after you apply even the tiniest amount of throttle, it will give full power and the throttle will also hang at full speed.

You can imagine what can happen if you have a powerful motor and make this mistake...

FYI a value higher than 2000ms is forbidden according to the manual appendix, but not everyone reads that.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Jan 24 2016 2:58pm
by Punx0r
Oops! That sounds like a firmware/software bug.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Jan 25 2016 5:15am
by sven_nilsson
Definitely a bug yes, the UI should not allow illegal input values.

I had kind of foreseen that something like this might happen so I added a 150amp mains switch to my bike. Just in case the other power switch fails to respond for some reason.

But in the heat of the moment, it is uncertain if you would be able to think clearly enough to turn off the power in time.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Jan 25 2016 5:42am
by Merlin
there are alot of "versions" of the controller software out....

which version did you use?

i dont know who fucks who in this sabvoton/motopulse relationship, but i got from motopulse a single .exe file
which is from 2015...

March.exe (1,8MB)
Version 1.0

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Feb 15 2016 7:28pm
by crank2giri
I have a Sabvoton SSC72100 purchased from QS motor, I was able to install the USB software but dosent look like the controller is communication with the software, the TXled blinks but the RX does not as a result not able to configure the controller. Any one who can offer some help, would be really appreciated. Thanks in anticipation.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Feb 16 2016 4:42am
by Merlin
did you selected right COM Port to communicate?

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Apr 01 2016 7:47am
by devmanner
Have you figured out how to use the sliding regeneration on the controller?

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Apr 13 2016 12:27am
by sketchism
i have the big SSC 098150 and it came with some software but i don't have the throttle mid volt or throttle mid amp control and it was making the bike VERY twitchy, so much so it twisted my axle in half actually.

what is the current, latest version of the Sabvoton software i have seen a few versions with different filenames and different options.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Apr 26 2016 1:28pm
by miuan
devmanner wrote:Have you figured out how to use the sliding regeneration on the controller?
are you able to activate brake switch regen, but unable to activate slide regen, even if both are activated in the parameter software and their respective phase currents are set to identical values? then you may try to set your low throttle voltage to a slightly higher value and see if it helps. You want to make sure the controller sees the throttle sit safely under the low voltage threshold. I set my to 1.5V but could get away with a slightly lower voltage too.
i had the opposite problem with my SVMC072080 controller. the slide regen worked but brake switch regen didn't. i resolved this by increasing the brake-hi switch voltage from 5V (throttle line voltage) to 8.4V driven by a DC DC converter.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: Apr 28 2016 7:34am
by Alan B
Both sliding and braking regen work on my Sabvoton.

Re: Sabvoton SVMC072150 controller review, variable regen *P

Posted: May 16 2016 7:16am
by Teh Stork
Got a pair of SSC 48060 controllers. Wrongly delivered without secondary 0-5V analog input for variable regen braking. New ones will be delivered, but looks like I will have to make-do with the current ones for a while.

Is there any way to modulate sliding mode or regen braking? I have a microcontroller in the HMI, so able to generate any kind of waveforms.