Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

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Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

Greetings all,

I'm lookig for a brushless hub motor controller for a 48 - 60 volt system. New or used is ok.

regards, cheap fun

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

`Alltrax controllers are fully progammable, including current , speed and throttle settings. Windows software is included
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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

The Alltrax looks like it woud be the best. I didn't find much information out there about the Alltrax. It would be easer to spend the money if I could get the manual before purchase.
Are there any less expensive ones out there?

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

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http://visforvoltage.org/search/node/Alltrax
Suggest you also contact Electric Motor Sports, I understand they are very helpful.

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

I don't believe Alltrax makes a brushless controller...

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

There is a guy that advertises on ebay who makes custom controllers for around 1 dollar per amp. He seems to do some quality work, I donno if he is able to do brushless controllers, but you could ask him. just look up pwm on ebay.

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

With a few modifications, the controller used in the e-max and the Kasea scooters can be run at up to 60 volts and 100 amps. Some ex-e-max dealers may have some on hand.

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

You can use the brushless controllers made by Crystalyte. They have an immediate/instant start 72V controller made for their brushless e-bike hub motors.

http://www.poweridestore.com/Crystalyte/40A36V-72V-X-5-Motor-Controller

There is also a brushless controller from powerpackmotors.

http://powerpackmotors.com/Black_controller_photo_and_info_page.html

I would double check to make sure that these are compatible with your motor first.

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

Thanks for all the great replies!

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Re: Looking for a 48 - 60 volt brushless hub motor controller

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