Goombi wrote: Am I noticing that everyone is sidestepping the principle for conversion?
We are all now talking about 0-60km/h in 6 sec 400 m in 17 sec-- What the in the hell does it matter?
Well he is asking about AC direct drive.
The motor he asked about is too small to work.
The next size up is the ones we have discussed.
As a down side he will go much faster.
As we have pointed out the motors don't come smaller than what we have suggested.
Safety- general performance on par with ICE and distance are the prerequisites for conversion..
Everyone has different opinions as to thier prerequisites for conversion.
All this talk is a distraction from the real thing --Convert and Drive.
Nop - he is planning which is a valid step to getting what he wants.
There is alo enough confusion about and the ones that are now driving their cars are best qualified to express their opinions and share their experiences..
Everyone has equal right here to express opinions.
Goombi wrote:Please separate the DC from AC in another website Folder
He is contemplating an AC conversion.
So your DC currents in your conversion are not relevant to this thread.
Motors that run at 10,000 rpm will need special bearing cooling..
Maybe you should read the spec sheet fot the motor he has discussed.
It is designed for this RPM.
It does not need special anything.
It has a gearbox available for it as well.
Motors running at 2959rpm are safe and proven performers.
2959RPM is very specific.
Are the ones going 2960RPM bad?
All this talk is experimental-- that is not needed.
AC in not experimental.
Azure motors and controllers have been around for a while.
Industrial AC motors have been around for even longer.
Danfoss controllers have been around for longer than any cheap chinese controller in any DC eV.