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I have an old surplus generator that I would like to use for a light EV. I have listed
The info from the tag below. Do you know what would be the max voltage and
amperage I could use with this? Also would it have enough starting torque to run
direct? What would be a safe rpm? It has 2 - 3/8 terminals and 2 – 3/16 terminals.
I can send photo’s if needed.
Thanks
Rick

Jack & Heinzt Inc.
Bedford, Oh.
Type R-1
Serial 8312
24 volt
AM G162
 

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Hey Rick

I don't recognize the motor but if you send me some
pics, I'll have a look at them and shoot off an
opinion.
Cya
Jim Husted
Hi-Torque Electric



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Hi Rick,

Check out Michael's Eclipse conversion. =


http://www.texomaev.com/ =


You should be able to find others on the EValbum or
archives.

Jeff M


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> I have an old surplus generator that I would like to
> use for a light EV. I have listed
> The info from the tag below. Do you know what would
> be the max voltage and =

> amperage I could use with this? Also would it have
> enough starting torque to run
> direct? What would be a safe rpm? It has 2 - 3/8
> terminals and 2 =96 3/16 terminals. =

> I can send photo=92s if needed.
> Thanks
> Rick =

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> Jack & Heinzt Inc.
> Bedford, Oh.
> Type R-1
> Serial 8312
> 24 volt
> AM G162>
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