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Difference between lower and higher current rated ESCs and electric skateboard questions

I am starting a project and would like to build an electric skateboard. Here are the specs for the parts that I have gathered so far: a. Two 90mm wheels that each contain a built-in BLDC motor. The ...
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BLDC torque control using arduino and a motor controller

I am trying to remote control a BLDC using Arduino and a motor controller by controlling it's torque. The process would be like this: The user moves the stick on the remote controller, the Arduino ...
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I want to make an RC skateboard that can easily take my weight and move me around. How do I go about deciding the electric power system?

Here are the details: Weight (skateboard + rider) = 75kgs Required cruising speed = 25kmph Required range = 15km Here are my calculations: To keep a comfy window, assume speed is 30kmph, and ...
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High side RC ESC switch

I've been designing a test bench for RC propulsion systems and for that I thought it would be nice to be able to switch the power to the ESC on/off. For this I designed a simple circuit which I ...
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Making ESC for RC truck; Max motor Amp unkown [closed]

Thanks to Those Who Take the Time The Rc car i've been using died due to its Esc being burnt out by a 3S lipo battery, and i want to ...
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Is it safe to over-volt brushless out-runner dc motor on low load conditions?

I have a 1100KV brushless DC motor (turnigy d3548/4) rated maximum voltage 19V i want to run it at 25V assuming low load as i mostly need the higher rpm ! whats are the effects of this higher ...
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What PWM frequency would give higher torque or RPM for a Brushless DC Motor

We use brushless DC motors (three phase, star wound, 540 size)in RC car applications, these are controlled by electronic speed controllers (ESC's) which will obviously vary the voltage etc supplied to ...
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BLDC motor control PCB

I am trying to make a PCB to control a Sensorless Brushless motor. I just wanted to know if it looks right. The IC I am using is a TB6588FG it has a 2.5A peak output current. I want to use it with ...
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How to use an ESC

I'm new to RC related modules. Today I got my Hobbywing's Skywalker 20A brushless esc. Manual is here. I also have a brushless outrunner motor (HL3512) I don't ...
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BLDC Regenrative ESC and LiPo [closed]

I am currently working on a project where I want to implement a Brushless dc motor (like the Turnigy C2226 - 1800kv) to run in-hub of an RC car. I need this entire project to be as lightweight as ...