Phi-Power PMAC Axial Flux Motors - EOI

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Phi-Power PMAC Axial Flux Motors - EOI

Post by jonescg » Thu, 05 Oct 2017, 11:26

Hey everyone,

I am keen to bring in some of these awesome synchronous motors from Phi-Power! :mrgreen:

Phi-Power has begun manufacturing these incredible machines in Switzerland, and they offer some of the highest torque and power densities around. The Phi271 and Phi-27S are pretty state-of-the-art:
http://www.phi-power.com/en/phi-power-motor-series/

The PhE-381 motor is pretty much identical to the Evo motor which powers Voltron Evo (hence the namesake ;) )
Datasheets here: http://www.phi-power.com/wp-content/upl ... t-V1.3.pdf

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The PhE382 motor is the dual-rotor version of the same. 400 kW peak :shock: http://www.phi-power.com/wp-content/upl ... t-V1.3.pdf

Multiple winds exist for these motors - the PhE381 3-turn motor calls for a 360 V nominal DC bus, while the PHE381 4-turn motor will run on a 630 V DC bus (just like Voltron). Happy to advise and supply batteries to suit too by the way ;)

I am putting a call out to any Australian members who might be interested in purchasing motors. I don't have an exclusive deal with Phi-Power, but I've been importing a bit of stuff lately and I'm happy to get them into the country and move them on at pretty much cost + GST.

Indicative pricing is $10k + GST for the Phi271, $12k + GST for the PhE-381 and $22k for the PhE382. This price is quite dependent on how much interest there is, and what economies of scale might exist in their production.

But basically if you want a proper, high-performance, balls-out electric race car or bike, a PhE motor is one of the best.

PM for details etc.

Cheers,
Chris
AEVA National Secretary, WA branch vice-chair

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