I have done a little more testing with the 1500w hub motor. I think that I am
happy with the current winding. I am giving the motor 65A battery, 180
amps phase.. and it is like a rocket now.
The efficiency is very good.. the most efficient hub motor I have
tested.. good work!
But I want to be sure about the winding for my post about your 48V 1500W hub motor,
because your webpage shows lots of different RPM for the same motor (
this is confusing )..
If someone orders the hub motor from your website.. they will receive a 16*4
turn motor, which is 650rpm @ 49v = 13.26 kV
And the 13*5 turn motor would do 550rpm @ 49v = 11.2 kV
Is this correct…?
P.S. If you are interested in having a hub motor reseller.. I told someone
in the USA about your hub motors and told him about my tests.
I got the hub motor and have tested it. It’s a great hub motor, but the winding is too fast for a 26 inch,650B,700C,28 inch,29 inch hub motor wheel.It’s better for 14 inch,16 inch,18 inch,20 inch,24 inch bike motor wheel.
The no load speed on the hub motor I received = 640rpm on 49v.
I notice on your webpage that you sell stator windings.. I was wondering
how many turns this hub motor has.
Is it possible that you could sell me a stator winding with one more turn that could do 500-550rpm on 49v?
16 * 4T 650RPM
13 * 5T 550RPM
11 * 6T 450RPM
9 * 7T 350RPM
8 * 8T 250RPM
7 * 9T 150RPM