Homemade 100 HP Motor Controller for The power board needs to be at least 3 ounce copper. The ground plane doesn't have "thermals", so it takes some heat to melt the solder to it. This instructable explains how to build your own 100 HP peak motor controller for use in an electric car or motorcycle conversion. It can take any voltage up.
Complete Functional Schematic The cost of the components is a few hundred dollars, which means you can save over 00 by putting one together yourself. If you want to really keep costs down, a mill is helpful, but that work can be outsourced to a local metal shop. They are listed here as well. Volt/Power_board Materials: 45 or 60 watt soldering iron. Internal PGOOD. CONTROLLER. BOOT1 UGATE1 Q1 PHASE1. LGATE1 Q2. FN6727 Rev 2.00 June 9, 2015. Typical Application Circuits. FN6727.2. -Complete Functional Schematic on page 1 changed VIN Range from "3V to 20V" to "4.5V to 20V" and added Note.
Mosanalog.com/spec/MS6266.pdf It may help to take the big aluminum bar to a machine shop, since it's not easy drilling through 1.5" of aluminum accurately. MOSA MS6266 6-Channel Electronic Volume Controller REV 2 6/13 of SDA and SCL bus lines tf S tLOW tHD;STA tr tHD;DAT tSU;DAT.
Schematic This instructable explains how to build your own 100 HP (peak) motor controller for use in an electric car or motorcycle conversion. Here's a video on how the power section pieces all get bolted together, without the electronics attached, just so you can see how it all fits: Order these components for the control board: Volt/Control_board And order these components for the power section. Development Board Schematic. D. EPC9201/EPC9203. Rev 2.
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