I'm looking to power a 33A brushless DC 2000w 48v motor.
Ok so I have a lithium ion battery, and it's manufacturer states this:
Rated discharge current: greater than or equal to 10A
Maximum instantaneous current: 40A
Maximum operating current: 13A
Now if the max operating current is 13A, then why would it say it comes with a 25A BMS?
Either way, my question is: with these specs, will my motor fry the battery? If not how long could it run on a charge?
Here is the manufacturer's description:
48V 28Ah 1000watt 13S3P 18650 Battery Pack MH1 54.6v E-bike Electric bicycle battery Scooter with 25A discharge BMS with charger
high capacity 48v 28Ah 1000w 13S3P Lithium ion Battery Pack For 54.6v E-bike Electric bicycle Scooter with discharge BMS Product Parameters Battery brand:okoman Battery Type: 18650 Single cell voltage: 3.7V Combination: 13 Series 3 and Nominal voltage: 48V Input voltage: 48V Output voltage: 48V After the combined capacity: 28000mAh (28Ah) Battery Dimensions: 238 * 66 *60mm (There may be a 10 mm error) 3 * 13 Outside packaging: Blue PVC Inside with protective circuit: overcharge, over discharge, over current, short circuit protection! For other needs can contact the owner, thank you new and old customers. The battery charging requirements: please in the shop to buy another charger! 1: the need for a dedicated lithium battery charger; 2: Charging voltage: 48V 3: Charge current: greater than or equal to 5A The battery discharge requirements: 1: Output 18 lines, length 200mm, red and black each one 2: Enter the outlet line leads to a 2.1 length 200mm 3: Rated discharge current: greater than or equal to10A 4: maximum instantaneous current: 40A 5: Maximum operating current: 13A