Clear Phaserunner, ultra compact field-oriented motor controller, yet still capable of 90V max with 96A peak phase currents (~40A Continuous). New 2018 V2 model with connectorized battery and phasewire and embedded communications jack.
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Optional with cable set:
or for the BBSHD:
Temp-Sensor and PAS are used from the BBSHD, but can be used in a combination with a Cycle Analyst only. We also have a empty controller housing
Requires PC setup to mate and configure with a given motor, it will not be plug-and-play, and this requires the USB->TTL communications cable if you don't already have that.
It is ideally suited for running brushless motors for electric vehicles in the 500-2000 watt power range, and once you have experienced the smooth response of a FOC with a torque throttle it's hard to go back to a the setup you had before. This controller was designed as a universal device that can fit on almost any bicycle frame and handle almost any motor system. You can power it from a 24V battery or a 72V battery, and run your phase current to peaks of over 90 amps, though the continuous current capability without additional heatsinking is typically 45-50A. The wiring is paired down to the bare basics for a nice clutter-free installation. Including a throttle, Cycle Analyst and programming plug. Optional cable to your motor and cable to your battery pack.
For the BBSHD:
Unscrew the controller
cut out the hall sensor connector
connect Phase, Hall and PAS and seal the connectors with silicone
Also the temp sensor is used. You can order a empty controller housing in our webshop.
connect Battery, Phase, Hall, Cycle Analyst to the Phaserunner
to the Cycle Analyst: 5V to AUX, 10K thermistor, throttle, CA-connector from Phaserunner, PAS.
Use the Autotune software for the new setup, you need a programming cable