Anyone know anything about the Crystalyte 48V 20A Dual-Speed Motor Speed Controller?

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Anyone know anything about the Crystalyte 48V 20A Dual-Speed Motor Speed Controller?

Anyone know anything about the Crystalyte 48V 20A Dual-Speed Motor Speed Controller?
I notice the name Falcon EV on it.
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Is this the same Falcon EV with the over crowded site that also are the US distributor for the E-Runner and E-Cruiser electric scooters which are built in China under the ERATO product name and sold at Green Motors in Northern California?

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Re: Anyone know anything about the Crystalyte 48V 20A D

I'm not sure exactly who makes those but the dual speed version is the same as the small single speed 20A version, only it's in a bigger box to accomodate the large switch that switches the phase wires for the two speed motors.

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Re: Anyone know anything about the Crystalyte 48V 20A D

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I was just curious, so the Motor has to be 2 speed?
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Re: Anyone know anything about the Crystalyte 48V

Right.
Crystalyte makes some motors with a dual winding option. They have two sets of wires coming out of the motor, and depending on which set you connect to the controller, the number of turns activated can change.

You could use a 'standard' controller with a dual winding motor and build your own switch.

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