For the max continuous rating power, the data should be tested in lab, which means no further temp rise at the power (e.g. 100 degree inside of motor at the power). Unluckly, all the continuous power rating is not done yet.
Due to our understanding and feedback of customer, for 205 3000W V3 motor, the max continuous power could be 6000W, peak power 12kW (even 18kW). For EV enthusiastic, they could input more power to enjoy the high performance, but the motor might suffer from over heating or even burnt. For EV Manufacture, we should notice the potential performance of motor, and keep some allowance for the whole e-scooter kits. include motor, controller, battery. to get them as stable as possible & decress the repair rate (consider all the usage environment). E.g. 3000W as continuous rating power.
PS. Temp Sensor Options: KTY84/130, KTY83/122, 10K@25C NTC(model MF58-103F3950).
QS Motor could work 120 ℃ in half an hour without damage.
Suggestion (Setting of Controller) When it's 130 ℃ inside of motor (in 30s), the current should be limited 50%. When it's 150 ℃, the controller shut down. When it drop down to 110℃, the controller work again.
1. Single Shaft mechanics, motor detachable from the rim,easy for changing tires.
2. Using high quality NdFeB magnet, high efficiency.
3. RPM/kV could be customized, sample is avaiable.
4. Performance curve/test report is avaiable.
The Appreance is novelty & nice, easy to disassemble wheel motor.
if the wheel get damaged, it could be replaced and no need to change a new motor or wheel with magnet, which is simplified and low mainance cost.
More QS Motor Informaiton:
Motor Details, drawing, performance curve/test report are available.
For more information, please feel free to contact with us.
How to find suitable hub motor
To customized a suitable motor, could you pls. inform below points:
1.E-scooter, E-tricycle or E-car, tire model?
2.Volt and wattage of motor, Speed(kV), and torque/climb angle ?
3.Your vehicle weight and loading weight?
4.Lithium or lead-acid Battery?
We could suggest most suitable motor accordingly, thank you for your cooperation.
PS. To calculate the speed, v(km/h)=n(r/min)*2rπ(m)*60/1000, n=load RPM, r=tire radius.
For speed less than 100KPH, consider the Windage Resistance & Rolling resistance.
the load RPM is appr 0.9 * no-load RPM. v(km/h)=0.9*n(r/min)*2rπ(m)*60/1000