As you decrease the field current the motor would run faster but have less torque.... Kind of how a motor works normally really..
Yes, it has been discussed extensively at times. David is trying it. Use the search function and it should be pretty easy to find those threads.Hey has anyone thought of taking a Sep Ex motor and controlling it inversley through the field coil and using the 5 speed transmision?
Hey has anyone thought of taking a Sep Ex motor and controlling it inversley through the field coil and using the 5 speed transmision? It sort of weird inthat the less current you provide the field the faster the motor will turn. This way you don't have to have the High power IGBT's or Mosfets to control the motor. Just fire of the fleid and connect the Armature directly to the Battery pack.
what are your thoughts on this....wierd huh???, but it could work? Just different, and hey Regen would be a nothing to it...
I don't know what do yall think?
... Would not using a high field current produce torque from hell at the start, when the armature is first connected? This way seems more like a way to control speed (which is proportional to field current), and not torque, or am I wrong again?