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  1. Controllers
    Hi everyone, Well this controller came with my Bradley so I was just using it because why not! it worked! and performed pretty well until... pop. Sad to say I was only running about 150 - 200 amps when it blew although it was in fact about 105deg F outside at the time and I had been driving...
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    I am selling this controller since I have torn this lead-acid project car down to parts after about 30 hours of use in my nominal 144-volt system. I'm planning a new prject using an AC drive system and lithium batteries. While it's capable of 1000 amp output I used this controller "dialed down"...
  3. Controllers
    I bought this controller for a good price back in 2010 not knowing much about it. I soon discovered that it was prone to failure and had little or no tech support. Sigh. I installed it anyway (with the cheesy cooling fans) and drove the car for three years without incident. About 2 months...
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    This is a slightly used Logisystems 700 Amp 36-48V motor controller. They are sweet, and will make your small ev burn tires. $250 obo [email protected] http://www.nwaev.com/parts/controllers/1.jpg
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    Selling LogiSystems Controller has the following specs: 120-144V nominal voltage input Includes two fans (not pictured) Dimensions (LxWxH): 12.5" x 6.75" x 5" Weight: approximately 9lbs Built-in heatsink - no external heatsink required Three adjustments - ramp (acceleration), sensitivity and...
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