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New Updated 6880 Motor With Embedded Hall Sensor and Bigger Bearing

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New Updated 6880 Motor With Embedded Hall Sensor and Bigger Bearing

New updated 6880 motor features VS old version: New version is with embedded hall sensor to stator:Hall sensor board is more stable and motor has more precise positioning and more smooth starup. With changing the hall sensor position, inside space is bigger than before and the original small bearing inside the stator can be replaced with a larger model, which increases the lifetime of the motor.  Mounting holes are updated to 8x M4 with deeper thread 11mm. Motor installation will be firmer. New drawing with updated embeded hall sensor:  Other Features: The motors are suitable for the electric skateboards or...

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Notice and Tips for 300A-400A 85V MTSVESC7.5H Speed Controller

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Notice and Tips for 300A-400A 85V MTSVESC7.5H Speed Controller

Introduction:  MTSVESC7.5H is based on 75V 300A VESC hardware and firmware construction. It is mainly used for controlling brushless motor on mobile devices with 20S and below Lipo battery(max 85V, recommend to use 75V and below). Compared with original 75V 300A VESC, it has better heat dissipation and greater continuous power.  Application Fields:  With the many functions and interfaces of VESC, MTSVESC7.5H can be widely used in high-speed electric scooters, high-speed electric karts, electric motorcycles, electric boats,  electric surfboards, heavy-duty cargo robots, fighting robots, and various special vehicles, etc. Notice before usage:  1. If you will use the VESC for water...

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Updated 200A ESC Based on VESC75300!! MTSVESC7.12

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Updated 200A ESC Based on VESC75300!! MTSVESC7.12

For more Specifications:  https://michobby.com/collections/vesc-based-controllers/products/maytech-new-200a-mtvesc6-12-based-speed-controller-vedder-benjamin-vesc-for-electric-skateboard-mountainbaord Features: High voltage: If use current mode, without brake, max voltage is 60V; If use current mode with brake or duty cycle mode, max voltage is 12S lipo (Max 50.4V). High current: 200A Compatible with brushed and brushless motors, intrunner and outrunner motors Sensored or Sensorless operation + Hybrid mode Adjustable Forward/Backward/Brake Regenerative Braking Function Configurable RPM, Current, Voltage and Power limits Support PPM, Analog (ADC), UART, Canbus input Support BLDC square wave mode control and FOC sine wave mode Communication ports: USB, CAN, UART Throttle curve and ramping for all input sources Seamless 4-quadrant operation...

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How to Choose Motor and ESC for Bait Boat?

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How to Choose Motor and ESC for Bait Boat?

What Is a Bait Boat? Carp fishing today is both extremely popular and very much focused on technology, with a lot of modern gear that has entered the market and found its way to the banks. Bait boats are a perfect example of the recent wave of technology in carp fishing. Bait boats are small remote-controlled boats that carry your particles, as well as your end tackle and hookbait to a specific point on a carp venue. Their destination is usually an either hard to approach or a very distant fishing spot, which hence can be reached from land, thanks...

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What's the difference of VESC current mode, duty cycle mode and PID speed control mode?

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What's the difference of VESC current mode, duty cycle mode and PID speed control mode?

Current control - controls the current to the motor and consequently the torque, it gives torque control (acceleration) but does not limit or try to control the speed.Duty cycle control - controls the duty cycle (voltage) to the motor and consequently the speed, it gives rough speed control (velocity) but does not control the current (the maximum set motor current will be used to accelerate or decelerate the motor to the commanded duty cycle). Will not increase the duty cycle to maintain the same speed when under heavy load. PID speed control - controls the ERPM (velocity) of the motor,...

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