Mobipus Controller Official

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by litespeed » Nov 10 2018 10:15am

From the web site it says 1030 rpm at 72 volts 14.31 KV 29.75 m/Ohmes peak phase of 387.60.

The MaxE is perfect in EVERY way except throttle response. It take a long time for amps to build from a dead stop but midrange power is pretty awesome. I’m sure that saves a lot of wear and tear on components/motor/dropouts but I just want some more power down low (ie...lower rpm!) where I do much of my riding. I really don’t want a noisy chain mid drive as being stealthy is very, very important to me. I run Hubsinks and ferrofluid so heat at THIS POINT is not an issue at 180 amps.

Past changing out the controller, The other answer might be to go to a QS273 motor?

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by ossivirt » Nov 18 2018 10:38am

Why I can't enable any of the regen brake functions? I can change currents for them but when I enable them in any mode 1-7 It changes back to 0 after writing to the controller..

It must be something stupidly simple that I just don't know. Other settings work fine as far as I know :?

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by ridethelightning » Nov 24 2018 7:39am

nice to see this thread

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by shortcircuit911 » Nov 27 2018 12:41pm

There is another thread that is talking about this.

https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... &start=100

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by ElectricGod » Dec 04 2018 7:58pm

When will this have an android or IOS app?

There's no way when I already have 3 android phones and an iphone 6 that I'm going to buy a windows phone too!

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by Samd » Dec 14 2018 1:48am

No intention to provide it for aftermarket given the OEM demand.




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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by romelec » Dec 19 2018 11:17am

If I remember well the first message had prices but it has been edited and the prices removed, replaced by:
Mobipus Official wrote:
Nov 02 2018 11:59pm
The Controllers will be sold via our retailers. Please PM if you were to look for your closest retailer.
So I send them a PM one week ago, they did not read it.

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by pna » Jan 14 2019 5:01am

Do anyone know the max ERPM and minimum inductance for the Mobipus 72200 controller?

I'm building a dual Joby JM1S-2TY vehicle and am considering dual 72200's. My two-turn wye 22 pole/11 pole pair Joby motors will need 66000 ERPM at their nominal 6000 RPM speed, but I would like to be able to run them up to something around 100k ERPM/9000 RPM if possible. Can the 72200 handle this? What's their max ERPM?

Another question is that of the minimum inductance the 72200 can handle. I don't know the exact inductance of the Joby motors and my big fancy HP LCR meter is stowed away currently after moving my lab, but I would guess their inductance is something around 20 uH. Does that sound reasonable? Can that 72200 handle such a low inductance?

I think the 75V 300A VESC would be another candidate, but it's rather more expensive and the Mobipus units are mature and field proven. The big official VESC is not really available yet either, even if it's possible to pre-order from Trampa.
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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by MJSfoto1956 » Jan 14 2019 7:34am

ElectricGod wrote:
Dec 04 2018 7:58pm
There's no way when I already have 3 android phones and an iphone 6 that I'm going to buy a windows phone too!
That's why I went with PowerVelocity's controller -- they support iPhone. Most do not. I'm not interested in adding another OS to my mix.

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by John1deere » May 16 2019 3:56am

guess this is dead since i sent a pm multiple weeks ago and never had a reply

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by 999zip999 » May 16 2019 11:30pm

Power velocity is the way to go if they can support your power needs. BT.

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by larsb » May 17 2019 2:40am

Samd wrote:
Dec 14 2018 1:48am
No intention to provide it for aftermarket given the OEM demand.
What is the situation for you samd? Will you sell these controllers or are you out? Since it's been some on and offs i'd like to know, there is a bit of confusion what the sales channels are.
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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by John1deere » May 17 2019 3:02am

999zip999 wrote:
May 16 2019 11:30pm
Power velocity is the way to go if they can support your power needs. BT.
sent them an email and never got a reply...

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by ridethelightning » May 17 2019 3:41am

larsb wrote:
May 17 2019 2:40am
Samd wrote:
Dec 14 2018 1:48am
No intention to provide it for aftermarket given the OEM demand.
What is the situation for you samd? Will you sell these controllers or are you out? Since it's been some on and offs i'd like to know, there is a bit of confusion what the sales channels are.
i think sam d has some and is good to deal with. try his shop website :wink:

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by larsb » May 17 2019 4:18am

i know, already been in contact with him before, reason i asked is to understand if his business selling Mobipus will continue.
Ride on :D

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by John1deere » May 17 2019 4:30pm

ridethelightning wrote:
May 17 2019 3:41am
larsb wrote:
May 17 2019 2:40am
Samd wrote:
Dec 14 2018 1:48am
No intention to provide it for aftermarket given the OEM demand.
What is the situation for you samd? Will you sell these controllers or are you out? Since it's been some on and offs i'd like to know, there is a bit of confusion what the sales channels are.
i think sam d has some and is good to deal with. try his shop website :wink:
sent 2 email to sam. never got a reply.

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by ridethelightning » May 17 2019 6:15pm

hmm. i tried to email him a couple weeks back, no go either. maybe hes on holiday or something?

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by skinardlasvegas1 » Jun 12 2019 9:52am

Anyone had any replies on this? Very keen to see if they are available or not.

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by vipertriplex » Jul 15 2019 5:55pm

I tried contacting this guy as well as the guy over in Australia about a month ago... # emails a piece... Sorry to say, no reply of any kind... Must be one hell of a holiday... Seems there customer service is very similar to Adaptto...
If I only had a few million dollars you'd all be loyal customers

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by amberwolf » Jul 15 2019 10:40pm

I have no idea how the rest of their business operates, but their contact via at least this forum, and their website(s), is very on-again, off-again.

My guess is they only bother with us or anyone other than OEMs when the OEM business isn't making them enough money. Once they have enough money again they drop all the non-OEMs, simply because it's much easier to deal with communications/etc with an OEM (only one contact to worry about).

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Re: Mobipus Controller Official

Post by Merlin » Jul 20 2019 7:18pm

Merlin wrote:
Nov 05 2018 5:53am
Mobipus Official wrote:
Nov 04 2018 10:01pm
Alan B wrote:
Nov 03 2018 2:44pm
The manual says www.mobipus.com
The site was ages ago, it was used before we switch to OEM market. Now that we see more and more enthusiastic are into powerful ebike conversion, so here we are again.

The site will be updated again soon! Thanks for your support!

Cheers. :wink:
sounds like:
- selling to private ppl
- going oem....give now a f**k on private ppl
- going oem doesnt work
- switching back to try selling to private ppl.

let me quote myself from last year....

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