Thanks… that far to complex for my basic knowledge. but thanks for helping me trouble-shooting
Get them repaired or buy new ones. Don’t take this the wrong way, but I’ve never seen someone do that before, so I have no idea what kind of damage was caused.
Also, study more electrical stuff. Understand the way circuits work, so that you can not do this again. This is a rookie mistake, and I kind of want to say you shouldn’t be playing with li-ion batteries if you don’t understand basic shit like series vs. parallel first.
Nothing to be taken wrong really! Honestly appreciate your chiming in and fast replies and support.
Totally right, i know i have to.
BTW, that feeling you have right now? We’ve all had it. Check this thread and know that you are not alone:
Ohhh yeah. I fried my first pair of vescs and ate street as a result. Be happy you had a crib death instead of a rolling one.
Nice thread! i think i’ve couple of stories to add there… thanks again, its good to know i’m not the only dumbass here around
Far from it… I once spent like 45 minutes tearing my hair out trying to boot a computer from a disk. Turns out it was a CD reader, and the disk was a DVD. I felt real dumb after that one.
Well i ate street when my phase cable shorted… so yeah… its good it didnt happen this time too!
P.S… Ask @b264 about the box punch story. XD
sorry for your 45 minutes but i love this kind of faliure and tails about them… this is a very nice community… im new to it and loving it!
Dude, if you can laugh at yourself and keep trying, you’re a perfect fit here.
The only downside so far is wasting money… other than that it’s been a fun journey so far in my very short esk8 experience. the best part came in after joining this community though
Yeah, a common misconception that many new players in the DIY EV game (including myself) have is that it’s cheaper than a bought one. It can be, under certain circumstances, such as if you don’t count the prices of the tools or supplies that you have to acquire, or the cost of all the parts that you
might will break along the way.
And if you don’t count the value of your time.
And and and… You get the idea.
shameless bumping my question now that you guys seem to have finished
anyone got an idea if this is normal?
You’re hearing the mechanical noise that’s the result of the switching noise in the vesc. That’s totally normal.
Think of the motors as very, VERY powerful and specialized speakers that turn instead of vibrate. Except they vibrate a little bit too. That’s what you’re hearing.
ok, thank you
it just confused me that i never heard (noticed?) it before on the slightly smaller 6355
It can be affected by many things, such as the resonance of the different motor, different inductance, different construction, different settings, yadda yadda.
ok that gives me peace of mind, thanks a bunch