- Oct 2, 2022
- Rockhampton Queensland
All good Rix mate , I've decided to drop the ball on the project now anyway but thanks for letting us know that anyway .
I noticed the Nucular insrtuctions talk about 4 types of throttle operation.Also, an FOC controller's throttle is modulating the phase current to the motor directly, rather than the average voltage to the motor. This gives more precise control of the motor by the rider with FOC.
That's cool alright.Other nice thing is that you can throw two of your favorite measurement to main display, want the used or remaining Ah/Wh to be shown? You can put it in. You want max speed or voltage, yeah that works too.
I noticed the Nucular insrtuctions talk about 4 types of throttle operation.
You can select the following types of throttle and brake presets:
Linear — smooth increase, direct dependence.
Exponential — slow increase.
Normal — average between linear and exponential.
Polynomial — average between normal and exponential.
field weakening is basically a trade off no free lunch, more top speed less torque. I don’t think you will care that much because you’re on road so foc would be good for you. Btw that surron guy is F.O.C. No way in hell are you doubling mileage going to a nuc. The controller may be more efficient than a stock one esp if he had one of the og square wave controllers…unless the guy is reducing power by 3/4...as Brak says never trust a monkey!!
That sounds encourging Tom. I'm not going to get in a hurry, I just rebuild my bike last October, and it's running great now with a Kelly controller, and QS205 motor.What I noticed going from a Adaptto to a Nuc 24 was the motor was substantially cooler and more powerful at the same setting. 14KW on the Adaptto felt like 10KW on the Nuc. That said it is definitely more efficient than the Adaptto and that was after years of adjusting the MaxE for efficiency using the videos that Doctorbass created. Nuc did it pretty much plug and play. You literally plug it all in, run an auto-setup and go….there are some settings you have to do but it’s pretty intuitive once you start navigating the software.
Great product…..once the BMS is available nothing, and I repeat nothing on the market will compare.
Looking forward to your results TV.
That sounds reasonable. The nuc instructions suggest 1 1/2 to 2 times battery current, and I was planning 100 amps battery current.I would start at 175 up to 225 phase amps to start.