Highlights: anti-spark switch, drv8353 95v tolerant, ipt012n08 300a mos.
IO: adc1&2, canbus, uart, iic, ppm, USB-c.
Power ratings: 24-78v, 160a
On the photo, caps were not soldered. To do the test, I use green wires to connect external caps.
Could we get a video of spinning up a motor?
could you elaborate on the adjustable current filter?
When measuring the R and L of the motor, a switch will disconnect a cap in the RC low pass filter for more accurate measurement.
What’s the timeline on this?
Link to a GitHub ?
Dang it dude! I litteraly just ordered 2 of your v6 variants…wish I saw this before!
what you see here is my first prototype. I designed this for my electric scooter. Now I am just sharing what I did. I haven’t thought about selling it.
13s+ is the future for my builds for sure
thank you for your interest. I will keep you guys updated.
(@zhanzhan - dimensions plz)
I did some tests.
66v 70a foc_openloop load test and the waveform captured.
without haetsink, fets are getting hot quickly.
please let us know when we can buy this
Without a heatsink I don’t imagine the gets to be able to put out a lot of heat. Have you tried just sticking even a small one to it?
This is seriously BA @zhanzhan! I love watching all your development and hope to keep seeing more! Please keep it up!
what type of battery setup are you going to run with this.
A 50v 20a lab PSU and a 4s RC lipo battery pack. total is about 66v.