Car, Electric Bicycle, Electric Scooter Motorcycle
CCC, CE, ISO/TS
Taizhou Quanshun Motor Co., Ltd.
Out Rotor In-Wheel Hub Motor
Black, White, Golden
DIY, Two Halls, High-Efficiency
Packaging & Delivery
Single package size:
Single gross weight:
QS Standard export packing
1. polyfoam + carton box
2. Or according to customer's requirements
1 - 1
To be negotiated
QS Motor Quanshun QSMOTOR 500W - 16000W brushless dc gearless electric wheel hub motor
There are 205 (500W-3000W), 260 (1500W-5000W), 273 (3000W-8000W) Hub Motor, doulbe shaft or single shaft design is avaialbe, which varies with or without wheels for different electric vehicles.
205 motor means the diameter of iron ring is 205mm, for all 205 motor, e.g. 10inch & 12inch 205 e-scooter hub motor,205 spoke hub motor, 10inch & 12inch 205 single shaft hub motor, etc., the configuration & performance is the same as 10inch 205 Hub Motor.
It's the index of QS Motor, for details, please refer to hyperlink below.
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.
More QS Motor Informaiton:
Motor Details, drawing, performance curve/test report are avaiable.
For more information, please feel free to contact with us.
Inner View of Hub Motor (e.g. QS Motor 3000W 205 50H V3 Electric Bike Spoke Hub Motor)
E.g. For 13inch 273 Motor, only 13X3.5inch is available, which fit with 130/60-13 Tire.
Generally, it's Disc Brake, PCD3*80mm.
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