Tell us about the step-by-step configuration of FOC mode?
When determining the motors in the FOC mode, the motor must be connected from the pulley and not have a load?
Soooo hey all. I’ve been looking around for weeks now to try and find an affordable way for me to make an Enclosure at a high standard for not loads of £££. I’ve seen the fibreglass way but I’ve seen the finish isn’t quite perfect. The only way I’ve found is vacuum forming, I’ve seen other people on the forums advertise these but they’ve been quite high prices I think for a bit of plastic. My friend is currently selling a machine and I’m wondering wether people would buy these enclosures? I would make them in all different shapes and sizes and list them on eBay (for buyer protection). They wouldn’t be expensive what so ever, Perhaps around £20/25 (if not cheaper if I can manage to get the machine and sheeting for a reasonable price) and a bit more for custom ones + Shipping (worldwide). If you would be interested just drop a comment
This is just a general inquiry. Please don’t derail into a bash.
I’ve ordered from APS before and the turn around time has been pretty quick. But my last order(about a month and a week ago) hasn’t seen any traction, or responses from Bruno lately.
Has anyone had issues getting thier parts from them lately? Just curious. Thanks
I’m looking for a 136kv Trampa motor. Let me know if you’ve got one you’re looking to sell.
To all of those who has been worried that @scepterr has been gone for the past ~week, he is still alive, well, barely.
“Cerebrospinal fluid thickening that lead to black outs and losing motor control of my left eye leading to a medically induced coma while they went in through my nose popped a hole and drained fluid and then blind folded for a week”
Okay I have already been talking about my issue on a pre-existing thread but I haven’t gotten any responses and am feeling pretty desperate.
Here’s my situation: I have assembled a 10s5p Board using LG-HG2, a Bestech BMS w/ E-switch rated to 80A and a 42v 5A xlr style charger. I didn’t spot weld them together but instead made custom battery sleds which have been working great. I soldered everything together using the diagram from Bestech and a combination of information that I have learned from this forum. I have checked all the voltages from the balance leads as well as from the charger and everything seems to be in order. I even replaced my first BMS with the second one I got from Bestech and I’m still having the same issues. The only time I have ever gotten the board to charge is when I unplug/plug in the balance connector which allows the charger to begin charging for 10 seconds before stopping again.
If anyone has any thoughts that would be WONDERFUL as I am extremely frustrated seeing my board run, but only when it is plugged in.
Here’s some pictures of what I’ve done so far:
Vesc had long pins on a header which has shorted gnd to supply 24v how many components do you think are toast? Trouble shooting tips?
Entire board taken apart, everything except a battery for an awesome and solid build.
Most parts are brand new or refurbish, some have some minor wear and tear in the paint but for the most part brand new and fully working parts.
List of parts:
Torqueboards Pulley kit 13/36 KEGEL + 265-5M Belt 20€
Custom “Upgraded” Vesc 4.12 with Ackmaniac Firmware 80€
E-Riser pad 5mm bullet, can be used for single or dual drive. 30€
Enertion motor mount in black (Just painted today) 25€
Total: 540€, buy everything get it for 500€.
Can also include 10s3p 6.5Ah Evolve pack if buying more parts and is locally or willing to pay more for shipping.
Feel free to make a fair and great offer, remember this is mainly new parts and for the most part “Higher end” parts so the price might be higher than expected,
Shipping for most of EU is 35 Euro up to 5KG and 50 up to 10KG
Surrounding countries such as Germany Sweden UK and more can be shipped cheaper.
Located in Denmark EU, would prefer to be paid in a way where I don’t have to pay fees and I don’t have to wait 7+ days to get the money.
Unique aluminium case only produce by Flip Sky in China.
Can I use a focbox with a vesc from torque boards?
What charge port on your board are you using
AC jack 5.5 2.1 mm …
And if you have a link it will be the best thank you
I’ve got 2 Gold GTX Motors from Evolve for sale.
These are brand new, still in box.
I believe these are not available for purchase by themselves. Not even through Evolve.
Rare find. Only two. Being sold as a pair. $599 for both.
Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you
Hey guys I’m looking to get a BMS for my 12s battery pack but I heard bestech has a 2 order minimum. I wanted to ask around this forum first in case someone might have an extra one laying around. The specific one I’m looking for is http://bestechpower.com/444v12spcmbmspcbforli-ionli-polymerbatterypack/PCM-D223V1.html but if anyone has another 12s module I may look into that as well.
Also can someone explain to me the order process in the case that I can’t find one from another forum member? The website on bestech is pretty confusing; would I have to email them directly to place an order?
Is there an available motor mount for polar bear 105s (landyachtz dinghy) and gears for the 63mm wheels?
Hey Guys I have a set of the 6" airless AT wheels from DIYEBoards and I am unable to get the bearings out. Do you guys have any tips on how to get these suckers out?
I finally found the time to put together my first esk8 and I currently have a few issues I could not find an answer to on this forum.
BMS: I’m using @Namasaki’s 10s Lipo battery setup with the exact same Turnigy 5000mah batteries and the Bestech HCX-D223V1 10s BMS. The issue is: for some reason my switch function doesn’t work. It is always on, so the only way to turn on and off my board is to plug in and out one battery connection. I checked the resistance of the switch and of the solder points of the white wire and there are no shorts and the switch is working as it’s supposed to be.
Has anyone had a similar problem?
Vesc: I’m using the hobbyking vesc and with the settings from this thread because I have the same 6374 sk3 as well. The issue now is that if I use 36 as the cutoff start voltage and 35 as the cutoff end voltage I can’t do a motor-detection. I measured the voltage of my battery pack and it is a bit over 37V. So I lowered the cutoff start and end to 33 and both the motor detection and the power delivery worked fine. Then I put the cutoff start and end back to the previous settings (36 and 35) and the power delivery got really poor and the motor only pulled 4A.
So I think my Vesc is somehow getting a wrong voltage measurement.
I found a thread witch a similar problem on the forum and charging could help here so I will test that out tomorrow. But maybe someone has an other solution to this problem too?
Got bit by the emtb bug to build a mountain board, so trying to sell this to start a bit of a slush fund in preparation.
2x TB 6374 motors = $240
2x FOCboxes = $300
2x dual idler mounts = $100
10s3p Samsung 30Q battery / BMS / Wiring = $200+
UNiK enclosure + riser = $50
Deck = $40
TB 218mm trucks = $65
Clone 97mm wheels = $30
Maytech Remote = $45
Dual 15mm motor/wheel pulleys = $75
4x 15mm belts (2 installed, 2 spares) = $40
easily spent ~$1200 to build this
Board has maybe 40 miles of use on it.
It is a BEAST of a board, and eats up hills like nothing, and I weigh 200#'s.
I would like $800 for this board, it’s in great condition. I’m located in San Diego, so you’re more than welcome to come by and try it, but I do not want to ship it.
Check my build for more info on the board.
I am looking for all the “makers” out there that have owned/used 1 or more of these machines. I was looking at the BOxyz which will hot swap between CNC router, 3D print or engrave, but not cheap. I want a medium level machine for my own use, not trying to go into biz on the side or anything. Can you buy a decent CNC router and a 3D printer for under 2K? I want to use with Solidworks CAD software (which I already own). Fire away!
I really like the suspension of the TRAMPA boards and I like their design. Wanted to put something together with their street carver but want dual motors. (The one they sell only has one motor.)
I put together a parts list that I think could complete the build but wanted insight and feedback from you all here.
These are the parts that I was thinking about so far that should give me a complete board. Any feedback is welcome like better part suggestion or if I missed anything.
Was looking to get:
Base non electric Street carve board:
Two engine mounts with pulley kit (i think i have to oder one with the goofy foot option and one with the normal foot option?)
Battery and ESC inclosure:
Pulley: (do i really need this?)
So I accidentally ordered the wrong belt and and now have 4 belts that are too short for my board I have 2 305mm-5m-15mm and 2 310mm-5m-15mm. I’m looking for a 320mm-5m-15mm belt. I figured there have been several people who have ordered the wrong belts and after @Scoo_B_SK8 suggested it I made the thread for people who bought the wrong belt size and need a different size to swap.
Should I be concerned the colors coming from the motor dont line up with the sensor wire going to the vesc?
Hey guys. I’m currently working on an iOS app for the vesc. It works with HM-10 modules. This is my first ever iPhone app so be gentle haha! My main goal of this app was just a fun project for me to learn more software skills.
Currently these are the features that it has.
- vesc stats
- writing motor configs (power profiles)
- mapping your trip via gps and drawing it
- saving trip history to a log that you can review later
- themes colors. That will be at the end.
Let me know what you think! Suggestions are welcome!
So after spending some time in the Forum I decided to build my own board
So I just wanted to know what you all thinking about it. Just a quick sidenote I´m 13 years old and from Austria so
I´m already sorry for any misspellings
So those are the parts that I choose.
Diyeboard Loaded Vanguard Clone http://www.diyeboard.com/38%E2%80%B3-longboard-deck-loaded-vanguard-clone-bamboo-and-maple-deck-p-581.html
Diyeboard 10s3p Battery
Diyeboard Single Drive train http://www.diyeboard.com/single-belt-drive-1400w-n5055-motor-power-truck-front-truck-kit-p-421.html
@Martinsp Refurbished Vesc
Nano X Remote eventually @BoostedBuilder
So if anyone has any suggestions just leave them under this topic
By the way is there someone who could make me an enclosure for this whole thing preferably in the EU
I have 8 of these tires 2 of them have 3d printed hubs and pulleys. Make an offer.
I’ll share the files but I won’t make more hubs.
which material did you used to print your enclosure?
I thought about pla, petg or nylon but nylon is a bit overkill.
I don’t like abs for some reasons.
Hi im trying to add an power switch to my e-board. Is this ok?
or should i look a bit more? wasnt planning on using that much money.
And if i add it, how can i improv the charging setup?
this is the set up i plan
i disconnect the battery and connect it to my battery balance charger every time. is it possible to charge it without disconnecting it every time? (Still want to use the balance charger, but also open for other solutions)
Thanks for any help
Sorry for my bad english
So I was scrolling through Facebook and saw this add claiming 23mile range. So I was like “oh great another ‘longest range’ board, probably a scam” I go in to check the specs which they completely burry under a bunch of junk but once you find it, you realize it’s 206.3Wh. Anyone else tired of these misleading boards, realistically you could probably get 10-12 miles if they are really good liions and dual hubs.
I’m deciding between batteries, but Im not even sure how much power will I use, me and the board are around 115kg together, and I ride pretty aggressive on the streets.
I’m thinking around 25wh/km or 40wh/mile maybe
How big are the differences between 6355, 6374 and 6384?
I could fit dual 6384 on my tb 218mm Trucks, but I don’t know If I should do it. Price is also no problem. So what would you do?
My Board is no mtb, just for the streets.
Thanks in advance.