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Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 17 2020 11:22pm
by Mywpn
Hi all,
As the heading states. Are there any 96v controllers (max 120v) out there that will support more than 430 battery Amps and 600 battery amps?

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 17 2020 11:47pm
by john61ct
For cars, forklifts, boats maybe big motorcycles.

Not really in "bicycle" territory anymore.

Would need to weigh what 30+lbs to be god at its job?

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 18 2020 3:28am
by DogDipstick
The Kellys....


.... No? I see > 96v and > 400A...

https://www.kellycontroller.com/controllers/brushless/

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 18 2020 6:14am
by Mywpn
I have a kelly kls72v controller and was not impressed by its ability. I don’t mind if the controller weighs 10kg. Even up to 15kg. It’s hard to find anyone with real world figures on controllers as very few are prepared to push the limits of them. I may just have to stick with sabvoton. As much flack as people throw at them. I’m yet to find anything that comes close to an unlocked 96120. It has taken 400+ battery amps and 600 phase amps for over 12 months of every day use. And only failed from getting stuck when it started pouring rain half way home. I’ve depleted 2 battery packs and the controller was still going.

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 18 2020 6:20am
by Frank
96120? Can you tell me more about this one ( who makes it)? Which motor do you use?

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Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 18 2020 9:31am
by john61ct

Mywpn wrote:unlocked 96120. It has taken 400+ battery amps and 600 phase amps for over 12 months of every day use.
Link please?

Is it FOC?


Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 18 2020 6:41pm
by markz

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 19 2020 11:50pm
by Mywpn
Sabvoton 96120 UNLOCKED the locked versions are discraceful. With one of my controllers through them they forgot to unlock and the maximum current in settings was imo slow and powerless. They sent me through an unlock program and once programmed, the difference is nothing but speechless compared.

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 19 2020 11:52pm
by Mywpn
Frank wrote:
Jan 18 2020 6:20am
96120? Can you tell me more about this one ( who makes it)? Which motor do you use?

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Sabvoton 96120 unlocked. through QSmotors The motor is a QS273. There a big motor but it suits my needs

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 20 2020 5:52am
by j bjork
APT 96800 and 961000 might be something if you can find them.
There is a note about them somwhere on this forum.

Edit: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=103090&p=1507922&hi ... 0#p1507922

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 20 2020 6:00am
by john61ct

Mywpn wrote:Sabvoton 96120 unlocked. through QSmotors

The motor is a QS273.
Is that controller capable of getting (close to) that motor's full potential?


Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 20 2020 6:50am
by larsb
Votol em-300 would be an option. See www.votol.net

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 21 2020 11:08am
by Mywpn
j bjork wrote:
Jan 20 2020 5:52am
APT 96800 and 961000 might be something if you can find them.
There is a note about them somwhere on this forum.

Edit: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=103090&p=1507922&hi ... 0#p1507922
Thank you. I will look into that controller.

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 21 2020 11:09am
by Mywpn
larsb wrote:
Jan 20 2020 6:50am
Votol em-300 would be an option. See www.votol.net
I did see these. Do you know of anyone using this controller with good results?

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 21 2020 11:11am
by Mywpn
john61ct wrote:
Jan 20 2020 6:00am
Mywpn wrote:Sabvoton 96120 unlocked. through QSmotors

The motor is a QS273.
Is that controller capable of getting (close to) that motor's full potential?
No, it barely gets warm. If I was overpowering it in future. It would only be for 10 sec at a time.

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 21 2020 1:00pm
by larsb
Mywpn wrote:
Jan 21 2020 11:09am
larsb wrote:
Jan 20 2020 6:50am
Votol em-300 would be an option. See www.votol.net
I did see these. Do you know of anyone using this controller with good results?
No, right now there are no users on ES that i know about. If you are the first, please start a thread :D

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 21 2020 6:22pm
by Mywpn
larsb wrote:
Jan 21 2020 1:00pm
Mywpn wrote:
Jan 21 2020 11:09am
larsb wrote:
Jan 20 2020 6:50am
Votol em-300 would be an option. See www.votol.net
I did see these. Do you know of anyone using this controller with good results?
No, right now there are no users on ES that i know about. If you are the first, please start a thread :D
I messaged qs motors about purchasing a new controller and they sell that controller. But I noticed they have put ok there site “coming out next month 96v 150 controller, Details soon”. But of course I emailed about it and there response was we can unlock 96120 to 150a. 😳. I’ve had 3 96120 unlocked. And specified that.

Re: Are there any high powered 96v controllers out there

Posted: Jan 21 2020 7:38pm
by john61ct
and, what?

The 150 hardware will probably be able to go higher