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Old 06-14-2012, 04:14 AM
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Anyone buy Remy HVH250R4 motor?

It's super Ideal motor but I didn't hear any one actually buy it..

I think It's one of best for EV motor...

If anyone where I can buy or tell me who use it..

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Old 06-14-2012, 08:27 PM
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Check out Vaxo Systems www.vaxosystems.com to order Remy motors. He is a distributor.
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Old 06-14-2012, 09:30 PM
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Check out Vaxo Systems www.vaxosystems.com to order Remy motors. He is a distributor.
Thank you

I checked that site but is there other site??

That site's description is weired...

Expensive one is less power and wrong with voltage and spec with Remy original pdf..
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Default Re: Anyone buy Remy HVH250R4 motor?

This site says its worldwide distributor:
http://www.vaxosystems.net/store/default.aspx
Though in the Remy site they say there are other distributors as well:
Here in Korea: http://www.remykorea.co.kr/english/english.aspx and
For Asia: http://www.delcoremy.com/Dealer-Dist...r-Locator.aspx for DelcoRemy may be they can help you get the Remy HVH.

If you want to buy a complete package i.e Remy motor with Rinehart controller, then here it is:

http://www.evdrive.com/products/evd-motor-controller/

Ofcourse I would also love to buy Remy HVH AC moto, but at the moment its costs $$$$..

Will consider the day when the total cost of motor and controller comes below 4000..Keep dreaming )
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This site says its worldwide distributor:
http://www.vaxosystems.net/store/default.aspx
Though in the Remy site they say there are other distributors as well:
Here in Korea: http://www.remykorea.co.kr/english/english.aspx and
For Asia: http://www.delcoremy.com/Dealer-Dist...r-Locator.aspx for DelcoRemy may be they can help you get the Remy HVH.

If you want to buy a complete package i.e Remy motor with Rinehart controller, then here it is:

http://www.evdrive.com/products/evd-motor-controller/

Ofcourse I would also love to buy Remy HVH AC moto, but at the moment its costs $$$$..

Will consider the day when the total cost of motor and controller comes below 4000..Keep dreaming )
Haha Amazing information Thank you very much

Full controller set is too expensive I think It's better use trans serise 's controller Is remy's motor is BLDC? oh If so that is problem controller is too expensive...
But I know a guy in Korea he can help me..

Me too I just dreamming now..

Do you know that motor is BLDC? ( brushless motor)
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Default Re: Anyone buy Remy HVH250R4 motor?

Yes, the remy is BLDC.... it's actually IPM (Internal permanent magnet)... but that is because it has a steel band that goes around the magnets in the rotor to keep them in place.

won't work with a series controller.
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Yes, the remy is BLDC.... it's actually IPM (Internal permanent magnet)... but that is because it has a steel band that goes around the magnets in the rotor to keep them in place.

won't work with a series controller.
I think that it is actually configurable. If you look at this document:
http://www.remyinc.com/docs/HVH250R4.pdf

It says the rotor types are configurable. Three of them can be AC IM type. As far as the permanent magnet type goes, I am not sure if it is BLDC or PM AC type..

It was interesting that this was pointed out as Vaxosystems offer only the PM type. EvDrive.com does not say what is the type of the systems offered. But looking at the costs it might be the PM type..

While the PM is slightly more efficient, the AC IM stands out in cost, ruggedness and environmental friendliness(does not use rare-earth PMs).

It would be interesting to know what the cost of a Remy250 AC type motor would cost..
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Old 06-16-2012, 12:41 AM
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Default Re: Anyone buy Remy HVH250R4 motor?

Here is something interesting for all guys considering Remy..
http://www.d1g1taldr1ve.com/d1-overview/

This is a complete Remy250 PM type motor and controller AND a single reduction ratio gearbox AND differential - (according to the site: The D1 is slated for delivery in Q2 of 2011, for under $8999. Additional models, including a high performance version, are currently under development!).

Great! But my initial mail asking for a AC IM type instead of PM typeto them went un-responded..
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Wow ! Very interesting!
Combine this red box with this:
If Lotus markets it's range extenders for a good price. Than we can easily convert our cars to series Hybrids. (sorry for the big picture. Use Ctrl+ and CTRL- to get the text normal on your screen. If you wnat to get back to normal view us Ctrl 0)

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Old 06-16-2012, 10:17 AM
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. Than we can easily convert our cars to series Hybrids.
Hmm. Not as easy as you think. For some weeks I was looking into E-REV design. To make one, we need a bidirectional DC-DC converter so that power can flow into and out of the traction battery pack. Something like this:
http://www.brusa.biz/index.php?id=142&L=1

An energy management unit is also needed with a strategy to optimally maintain the SoC

The Lotus solution is interesting, yet that is still not an optimal solution. The ICE is still too large and inefficient. Check out page 10 of this report:

http://www.motorex.com/File/magazine...azine_91_E.pdf
http://www.brusa.biz/uploads/media/B..._datasheet.pdf


Now this is what is needed as a range extender! I just wonder what will be its efficiency if run on a Miller cycle.. And it can easily extend the range of a car weighing 1245 kgs!

And now guess what ? Swissauto which made this REX, is now owned by Polaris :
http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2011power/S...836Stewart.pdf

So you can try your luck in getting one .. !
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