I am back... today January 21.
I had some problems with my controller programmer Curtis model 1307. It sometimes work and sometimes not. It worked enough for me to test, check and change some parameters of my Curtis 1244-6601.
Did anybody had problem with Curtis programmer 1307-2101?
I checked the cables, the fuse and anything suspect and found nothing. I checked the voltage on the controller pins and it seems to be always steady 15Volts. I ordered a Serial to USB converter and tried to find Curtis software.
But after clearing some error codes, I succeded on January 7 to make my motor turn!!!! Yeah!!!
After this success, I completed fixing my motor to the Hyundai Accent transmission and axe to clutch: done! I have picture of that I will add.
I also installed my controller permanently. I am now ready to complete the gas pedal to the 0-5kOhm potentiometer. I will have to adjust controller parameters because the original Hyundai gas intake rotate 90Degrees (1/4 turn) and my potentiometer is 270 Degrees (3/4 turn) for full range.
Tonight I tested my vacuum pump (model 904-214 found on this website).
Does anyone know if there is a polarity for voltage + and - ?
It seem to work anyway and there is no indication on the pump or on the website http://www.dormanproducts.com/itemde...SEName=904-214
For the SEPEX controller used with serial DC motor, I connected a heater as resistance for my tests. I will retry with a bulb light 100W later.
So I will take some days of break because it is minus 24 C degrees and they say -30C tomorrow. I cannot heat my garage enough to be comfortable to work... Québec winter!