switching between potentiometer and hall effect throttle

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rtwelder
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switching between potentiometer and hall effect throttle

I have one permanent magnet motor controller but I have both a PB-6 and a hall effect throttle.

Can either throttles be used in the motor controller? Or are some motor controllers compatible to only one of the two?

I think wiring the batteries to the controller and to the motor is simple. It's just the throttle input that I'm not too familiar with.

I'm a bit new to electric vehicles and I'm starting on my first EV project.

Please help

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Re: switching between potentiometer and hall effect throttle

What is the controller?Where did you buy?
Usually most controllers can accept 3-wire 0-5K pot or hall throttle.
1.You may open PB-6 box and get third one out.
2.You can series 1K resistor for PB-6.

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Re: switching between potentiometer and hall effect throttle

it's a 72v, 400amp PM controller from Chennic.

I don't think this one can accept 3 wire 0-5K pot.
maybe 2 wires only.

how do I series a 1K resistor for PB-6?

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Re: switching between potentiometer and hall effect throttle

Rtwelder you may find my topic helpfull I did get both a potmeter and hall throttle working.

http://visforvoltage.org/forum/9533-potentiometer-cruise-control

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