Hi 99,I am looking to buy heat sinks to install onto my Kelly Motor controllers. Any suggestions on where to get these?
I just ordered to semi custom heat sink from par-metal.com (very inexpensive).Hello,
I am looking to buy heat sinks to install onto my Kelly Motor controllers. Any suggestions on where to get these?
I just ordered to semi custom heat sink from par-metal.com (very inexpensive).
Looks like they are based out of NJ.
I am using the HS11-xxxx for my Curtis.
Worth noting.. For the hole locations they prefer drawings in inches.
Been easy to deal with, wish I could tell you how good the end product is, but I just ordered about 15 minutes ago.
Thanks for the par-metal link, I just got a 2"x12"x7" heat-sink with 96 holes drilled an tapped for the bargain price of ~$90 something, including shipping.
The heat-sink arrived the other day and it is perfect.
It is an absolute must to have a finned heat sink and fan on that controller. If you don't it will KILL your controller. It is not the weather. It is the controller and the fact you don't have a proper heat sink on it. Why don't you have one yet? That should be the very first thing you do with a controller. Sink it so you know it will live. It is a big investment and you don't want to loose it early. Sink it or it will sink you.Question? I have the Curtis 1231c and do not have a heatsink on it yet. I have drove my 88 S-10 144v about 200miles and noticed a "bucking" when I have driven about 8-10 miles. By "bucking" I mean it feels like it shuts down until it has cooled down and then accelerates for a moment then does the "bucking" again. The weather is warming up here in Delaware and not sure if the problem is coming from the controller. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Matt