You will need at least 150v to get useful performance in a car
In the forklift full speed will be about 1400 rpm - going up to 96 volts may get you up to 2000 rpm
Not enough in a car
Ahh! Thanks for the education. Love learning new things. Makes perfect sense.Hi OneGreenEV
It was the voltage in the forklift that worried me - if it was using 72v to produce power at (guess) 1400 rpm - then 96v would only be a couple more rpm
Your 9 inch motor would be using 36v? to produce power at 1400 rpm - so your 96 volts would be producing the same torque at - 3700 rpm ??
OK the 48 volt motor is only rated for 5 minutes the other is one hour ratedI can change my motor if i like 72/80V to 48V...Should i do that?
Is there major different if 72/80 V motor type plate has RATING: 60 min
and 48V motor have RATING: 5 min
72/80V has 10.6Kw and 48V has 10Kw
HiIs there forklifs brand and model, where is suitable motor?
And if i found 48v rating 60 min motor, is it ok? Even four brushes?
The voltage matters less than the power (kilowatts).And if i found 48v rating 60 min motor, is it ok? Even four brushes?
The motor - in the forklift - will be able to draw full powerHi again...
If i keep motor that i have now...
Is there any calculation metod or good quesses that how much more rpms motor will take 120V?