Super Soco TC motor info
Hi everyone. It is know (supersoco deutch fòrum) that tc battery os 17s10p, which means 10x10A=100A max. Discharge .. It seems tc is 45A límites. Would be great to know if controller could manage such a high amperage.. T'he it would not be necessari to change it and by programming it (ECU cable on https://www.outdoordreams.eu/advanced_search_result.php?categories_id=0&keywords=Ecu&inc_subcat=1) ?
and with a New motor, we could afford more than 3kwatts..
Anybody could look for that (controller model and amperage ) on his SC tc?
Thanks a lot
Knowing more about the controller would be useful, mainly it’s max voltage limit.
You could then just increase battery voltage & in turn top speed etc.
I’m looking into making my own battery and increasing the voltage would be pretty easy.
Normally if you increase voltage you get less amp draw too.
Hi. I think we've found supersoco controller here:
surely old-fasshioned... because nothig about LBMCHK2AE at web:www.lingbo-mc.com
It seems to be 50 a limited, so perhaps it is one of this
They are 50A limited, but 150/180 A 30 seconds current!!!! (it is supposed 100A continous for supersoco battery)
Now, anybody changing supersoco hub motor from 3Kw to 5-6 Kw new hub motor and avoiding 50A limit in order to get 60x100=6KW or more?
Perhaps it is so easy as that.... Don't think so, but dreams are that.
Great find! Like you say the controller must be old as it is not listed anywhere.
Max voltage is also 88v which is very interesting, I wonder if the TC Max also uses the same controller?
I would like to test the higher voltage but don’t want to blow up my controller ?
Hi. About controller.. I will try to get a usb PC connector and perhaps it works in spite of being a different model..First of all I have to buy a supersoco tc anyway.
I'm only a learner, but i think the key is the same voltage but more amperage .. In this way we could use the 60V battery (the more expensive) because I suspect it can get up to 100 A at least peak because the LG HM1 18650 give 10A continuous (10 paralel x 10A= 100 A continuous, and with a new hub 6Kw motor and the same (or not) controller, fo further..
Qsmotor have 6-8-10 kw hub motors but I'm not sure of buying from alliexpress because of taxes...