36v , 48v , 60 v , 72v 40A BT programmable e-bike brushless controller

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36v , 48v , 60 v , 72v 40A BT programmable e-bike brushless controller

Post by Mikelon » May 31 2017 8:58pm

Up for sale year 2019 brand new Bluetooth programmable (via an iOS or Android app) 36v, 48v, 60v, 72v 40A brushless sensored motor controller with 12 IRFB4110 high quality and high power Mosfets.

The controller can be purchased from here:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/163876809716


2 x times more powerful programmable controller is available under this link:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/163854589226


A high voltage (120v and above), and super high power (150A) controller is available under this link:


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/163876807109



This 40A controller can be used with 36v, 48v, 60v or 72v (maximum 89 volts) battery packs.


Any other "irregular" voltage (like 38 volts or 50v or 58v, 64v or any other voltage is also accepted by this controller, therefore it will work with any voltage range from 31v to 89v).


Nominal power: 1400 watts, maximum power output: 3500 watts.

With programmable regenerative braking function ((level can be selected or it can be switched off).


This is a high quality programmable brushless motor controller with a professionally developed smartphone app (for iOS and Android) with a lot of programming options which can be programmed on the go. Also it shows on the smartphone app current speed, voltage, current, battery capacity, controller temperature, trip distance, e-brakes turned on etc.

IT HAS SELF-DIAGNOSIS OF FAULTS - it will show on a smartphone display within seconds if there is any problem with the throttle, Hall sensors etc.

It has a boost mode for maximum increased torque and also high speed mode for up to 130% of the maximum speed. Everything is programmable via a smartphone app.



Please, note that this controller is primarily designed for a sensored brushless motor. There is 100% garantee that it will work with any brushless sensored motor. It can propel any brushless Hall-sensored e-bike motor, an outrunner motor, an inrunner motor etc.


However there is not 100% garantee that it will work with a sensorless motor type, more likely it will not work with a sensorless motor. As stated, its primary function is to work with a motor which has Hall sensors.


Every cable on this controller is correctly labelled, for ease of understanding during connecting.


- Controller dimensions: 145mm x 87mm x 43mm (this is not including cable lenght or mounting plates)

- Weight of the controller, including cables and Bluetooth: 615 gramms



Technical specifications:

Rated Voltage: 36v to 72 v
Rated (battery) Current: 40A (higher in Boost mode)
Constant (nominal) motor phase current : 100A
Peak (maximum) motor phase current 135A
Recommend motor: from 200w to 1500w
Supported Speed: > 50 000 rpm
Working Temperature: from -30℃ to +120℃, automatic cut off at 120℃
Working temp. at full power: from 0℃ to 80 ℃
Brake simul. signal and pedal signal voltage: 0 - 5 volts
Input power of electric lock: 200mA
5V hall sensor current: 30mA
Standby Power consumption: < 3 Watts



Other features (adjustable / programmable):

. regenerative braking
. motor lock function
. manual cruise function
. auto cruise function
. 3 speed function (50%, 80%, 100%, 130% or other setting)
. PAS (pedal assist) function
. EBS brake function
. hard or soft start choice function
. reverse function
. neutral function
. forward/reverse function
. speed limiting function
. anti-theft function
. low voltage and protection from overvoltage
. overheating protection
. throttle error protection during start
. throttle error protection during run


This controller is fully certified (CE, OQC etc.) and complies with all EU and international standards and regulations about electronic and Bluetooth ecquipment.


All the relevant information about wiring, connecting and using the controller will be provided. Of course the app, and the user manual for it will be provided too.


If needed, I can also provide help with initial setup and any related questions.



Please, feel free to ask questions.
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Re: 36v-72v 40Ah BT programmable e-bike brushless controller

Post by Takemehome » Jun 01 2017 12:40am

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Re: 36v-72v 40Ah BT programmable e-bike brushless controller

Post by Mikelon » Jun 01 2017 12:59am

Price is £120 + shipping cost if outside of the UK.

available from ebay. The link was in the post, obviously you haven't noticed.

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Re: 36v-72v 40Ah BT programmable e-bike brushless controller

Post by miuan » Oct 29 2019 8:46am

Square or sine wave commutation?

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Re: 36v , 48v , 60 v , 72v 40A BT programmable e-bike brushless controller

Post by john61ct » Oct 29 2019 4:21pm

Can the regen level be varied while riding? Continuous adjustment, or a set of levels?

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Post by john61ct » Oct 29 2019 4:22pm

miuan wrote:Square or sine wave commutation?
Whoops, 30 months old zombie post you revived there 8-)

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Re: 36v , 48v , 60 v , 72v 40A BT programmable e-bike brushless controller

Post by Skaiwerd » Nov 01 2019 7:01am

john61ct wrote:
Oct 29 2019 4:21pm
Can the regen level be varied while riding? Continuous adjustment, or a set of levels?
This is a good question. Only seeing this on the Nuclear controller so far. I’m sure others have it. If you can see a controllers wiring diagram it shows a simple ebrake that’s kills the motor. This opens or closes a ground loop to kill the motor. The wiring for the regenerative braking is similar to a throttle where there is 5 volts and ground along with the varied voltage out from the throttle. Another question is on these or similar controllers is do you need the simple brake switches that do a motor stop to also have regen braking?

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