VESCs with the extra sensor adaptor

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Chris Zhang
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VESCs with the extra sensor adaptor

Postby Chris Zhang » 07 Oct 2016, 03:10

The sensor plugs on the VESCs are not suitable for the electric skateboard motors in the market.
It will be trouble if you use the sensor motor with the VESCs, but please do not worry.
There is a solution. We sell the VESCs with the sensor adapters.
Please check this: http://www.michobby.com/product/maytech ... rdse-bike/

And the wireless controller;
http://www.michobby.com/product/maytech ... ateboards/

And the 6355 motors with hall sensors;
http://www.michobby.com/product/maytech ... bike-copy/

Any questions? Please feel free to pm me.
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rideon
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Re: VESCs Updated !

Postby rideon » 19 Oct 2016, 02:26

Hey, looks nice. What's the price for the VESC? How much shipping to UK?

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Re: buy VESCs

Postby Chris Zhang » 19 Oct 2016, 02:48

Hi rideon, the price US$89.9/pcs. The VESCs are on sale for one week. You can order it now. The shipping cost is US$10-US$20 to UK.
The China Post, Netherland Post, TNT, UPS, DHL, and EMS shipping are available. The system will recommend you the cheapest shipping for you.
The VESCs are in stock and will be sent out right away. :o

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Re: VESCs Updated !

Postby Chris Zhang » 19 Oct 2016, 03:09

Hi again, rideon, the trucks, motor mounts, pulley system, and the wheels for the DIY electric skateboards are available.
Please check it out. http://www.michobby.com/product-categor ... ard-pully/
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electricity
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Re: VESCs Updated !

Postby electricity » 19 Oct 2016, 03:18

I'm interested in the VESC. The extra sensor adapter is a good idea! What is the warranty and where can I get it?

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Re: VESCs Updated !

Postby Chris Zhang » 20 Oct 2016, 02:44

electricity wrote:I'm interested in the VESC. The extra sensor adapter is a good idea! What is the warranty and where can I get it?

You can buy from here: http://www.michobby.com/product/sale-ve ... ateboards/
There is one-year warranty with the VESCs.

Chris Zhang
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Re: VESCs Updated !

Postby Chris Zhang » 20 Oct 2016, 02:44

heyman wrote:I have already bought a combo of the VESC and the remote and the 6374 motor. Wow, they have a range of motors, but I needed the powerful one. It saved me much time to buy from one vendor. They were very patient to guide me how to choose the items. Can't wait for them! :lol:
Hey guys, any suggestion to batteries? I'm looking for them.

Cool! :P

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Re: VESCs with the extra sensor adaptor

Postby electricity » 25 Oct 2016, 09:21

Hey guys, I was going to use one remote controller to work with 2 VESCs for my e skate, so they offered me the canbus connertors. Here is the pic from their website.
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Re: VESCs with the extra sensor adaptor

Postby rew » 25 Oct 2016, 12:10

It is not that bad. Many people get their panties in a knot when two regulator-outputs are connected.

In reality, you almost always get one regulator with a slightly larger "wanted-output-voltage". So that one will supply an unfair percentage of the current. This matters if say you have two (linear) regulators, each able to provide 1A and you want them to provide 1.6A together. then if both are cooled to be able to handle 1.0A, one providing just over 1A (it is guaranteed to do more than 1A, so in practise it WILL do more) and the other the rest then it will overheat.

In THIS case, there are switching regulators. Again if one of them has a slightly larger voltage (not compensated by the voltage drop of the cable), then it will provide most of the current. The other one will "step back" and provide much less, or (almost) nothing.

The other problem with the one providing most of the current is not applicable here. The VESC uses 30-50mA at 3.3V, which is stepped down from the 5V using an efficient LDO. This while EACH of the switching regulators is capable of providing 1A. That's some safety margin!

That said, indeed all non-existent problems can be avoided by cutting the red wire.

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Re: VESCs with the extra sensor adaptor

Postby electricity » 26 Oct 2016, 07:57

xlv wrote:And that cable will kill your VESC because +5V from both DC/DC Converters is connected.

Can Michhobby please stop spamming this forum? Please?

Hi, you will find it works if you check more. http://www.electric-skateboard.builders ... motors/142
It has been piblised for a while to connect the VESC can bus for dual motors.


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