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Abstract This application note describes a controller for a 200 W, 24 V Brushless DC (BLDC) motor used to power an electric bike. The design uses Zilog’s Z8 Encore! MC™ Z8FMC16100 Microcontroller unit (MCU) and associated circuitry to implement motoring control, regenerative braking, and fault protection. Note: The source code associated with this application note is available in the under Z8 Encore! MC Applications Code Library section of the Application Sample Libraries on www.zilog.com.
AA Portable Power Corp (http://www.batteryspace.com) Address: 860 S, 19th St, unitA, Richmond, CA, 94804 Tel: 510-525-2328 Fax: 510-439-2808 Email: Sales@batteryspace.com Prepared & Approved by Louis (07/18/08)
The following procedure is required only when the motor is mounted at the job site. 1. Thoroughly clean the motor feet and mounting pads of grease, burrs, and other foreign matter to ensure firm seating of the motor. 2. Attach the motor to the base using the bolts and motorraising blocks, if required. Bolt snugly through the base. 3. Weld the four kick bolts into place so that they are positioned to allow movement of the motor feet. 4. Now that the motor has been set, check to see that the shafts are properly spaced for the coupling being used. Refer to the coupling data tables for the applicable dimension (pages 5 and 6).
3M provides a convenient kit with everything needed to quickly make lugged motor lead connections to feeder cables. Each kit makes three splices and is designed exclusively for the abrasion, moisture, grime and temperature extremes of the industrial environment. 3M™ motor lead connectors meet requirements for CSA certiﬁcation and NRTL certiﬁcation.*
The hub motor design is integrated with pancake shaped rare earth NdFeB high speed DC brush motor, gearing, brake and lock. A controller, designed specifically for use with this motor, has been configured for joystick and tiller interfaces. The system is designed for facilitating highly integrated, low cost wheeled mobility solutions. The motors are scalable in size and can fit within the hub of wheels ranging from 10 to 24 inches in diameter. They have high output torque, high efficiency and low noise.
Our hub motor kits are based upon a DC brushless motor in conjunction with our power system. By using high quality deep-cycle Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Gel batteries we can deliver a great value solution, starting at £425 inc. VAT for the 200 Watt 24volt system
Front or rear wheel Nominal Power (watts) Peak Power (watts) Top Speed @ 36V, no load, miles per hour (MPH) Top Speed @ 48V, no load, miles per hour (MPH) Disc brake compatible Regenerative braking How much weight it adds to your bike (motor +controller+battery)