3000 Amps and 200 HP? Hm? That's only 150 kW, even S1 can produce twice that.This controller was custom-built for a high performance application, but will work on a commuter car. It is rated at 1000 amps continous, and 3000 peak/surge... it should handle any motor under 200 horsepower just fine.
Wrong. Zilla use IGBTs.Unlike the Zilla 2K controller (which uses MOSFETS)
Is this tested? The ripple from 3000 Amps at 400+ Volt will be horrible. If they've only tested it at 100-200 Volt it doesn't quite count.this controller is 100% IGBT-based, so it runs much cooler and handles much higher voltages (up tp 480 volts DC) than the Zilla controllers.
Um. Ok. This is snake oil. How would 5600 uF improve the performance just like that? The amount of power stored in a cap is table scraps.This controller also has a massive 5,600 microfarad, 500-volt capacitor bank built in, which is improve the performance of any DC electric car.
Plus, the cap is 500 Volt and they claim that it can run at 480 Volt. 20 Volt margin for ripple? I would demand proof that they've really tested that.
True. But our claims are verified.I don't think you can buy a controller like this on the market today -- even the Soliton 1 does not offer this type of performance.
The controller is working fine, but is being sold as-is.
So when you blow it up at 480 Volts you've just got a friggin' expensive paper weight? If I were you I'd be very sceptical.