Conversion Process - Electrical -
Alltrax Controller and Cycle Analyst Arrive.....
Alltarx AXE Motor Controller (with
400 Amp Fuse)
product line is designed to be used with series wound motors and
ideal for small "Neighbourhood" electric vehicle applications.
Programmable via RS232 com
or USB port using PC or Laptop
heat-sink with multi bolt pattern for flexibility
Fully encapsulated epoxy
fill - environmentally rugged design
Available in 300 through 650
amp Performance versions
Advanced MOSFET power
transistor design for excellent efficiency
and power transfer
Adjustments via Computer Controller Pro software:
Throttle acceleration /
deceleration rate and map profile
Armature current limit
Brake current limit
Under / Over voltage
Half Speed Reverse
High Pedal Disable
The AXE controller will be used with this Advance DC
Motor Imported from America......
Advanced DC Motor
Model 203-06-4001 , 72-120VDC, single shaft, 8" diameter
21.7 HP continuous at 120 VDC
This series wound DC motor is very
popular amongst EV builders, a bit old in design but extremely reliable.
This motor weights about 50Kg (110lbs).
At 96 VDC, 19 HP continuous, 20.6 HP for one hour, 31.5 HP
for 5 min., 68 HP peak
At 120 VDC, 21.7 HP continuous, 24 HP for one hour, 37 HP
for five min., 83 HP peak
One Hour KW rating: 15.5KW @ 96VDC, 18KW @ 120VDC
For my stage one 72 VDC conversion, I am
expecting about 17 HP continuous and 45 HP peak
And the baby "Cycle Analyst"
will be used to monitor the system.....
Model CA-HC/V -
up to 600 Amp @ 14-200 volts (with shunt shown)
The Cycle Analyst is the ultimate little power meter for electric vehicles.
It helps you optimize battery use, extend your range, gives you peace of
mind and safety while operating your EV.
The CA displays:
- Volts, Watts, Amps: The instantaneous electric power
being drawn from the battery Amp-Hours
- Watt Hours: The
accumulated energy that has been pulled from the pack since the meter was
- Amp-hours lets you know the remaining energy in the battery pack
with far greater accuracy than a voltage or LED indicator
- Speed, Distance, Time: All of the
basic features of a bicycle computer, including the average and maximum trip
speeds, plus a total distance odometer
- Regen: If your system has regenerative features, you will
be able to measure its effectiveness
- Wh/km or Wh/mile: A great way to measure your vehicle's
average energy use Peak Currents and Voltage
- Sag: Records the maximum positive and
negative (regenerative and charging) currents as well as the minimum voltage
on the battery pack
- Total Battery Cycles and Amp-Hours:
Retains life cycle information on the vehicle's battery pack, such as how
many charge and discharge cycles the pack has experienced and the total
amp-hours that were delivered over its entire life
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