I have a 12vdc motor, a big thing connected to a hydraulic pump. I suspect its broken. It has a 40amp fuse so its designed to draw under 40 amp on average, and up to 50 amp peak. When i ohm it its 0,2 Ohm, I think that is very low. I cant find data on it, so I don't know what the ohm is supposed to be. Is it possible to calculate expected ohm based on these numbers? In advance, thank you.
The motor is connected to a gearbox, located between the handlebars and the steering arms on a three wheel motorcycle. Its purpose is to provide steering assist. There was no hydraulic pump, only gears, and the unit is not working, there is no assist. There is a tachometer under it, to know the angle of the wheels. And it also reads road speed and there is some kind of magnetic torque sensor built into it, used to determine how man amps/assist to provide. I was able to pri it loose and open it. The main board in it had a big black spot. They did not sell parts for it, so I will have to buy the whole thing with the motor new. So, if the motor is good or not does not matter much now. 1200,-Usd,, glad I have some months to save up before the winter is over:-) Thank you for your effort and reply`s.
best regards Nils