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Unread 06-05-2015, 01:00 PM   #41
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USE an OHMMETER on the field coil. A sepex motor has at least a few ohms resistance. A series motor is sub 1 ohm resistance. If the connections are labeled F1, F2, it is probably a sepex (parallel field) motor. Your original is a Series field motor. They will not work with the same controller!!!!
Well, when I measure across the "F" terminals, I get nothing. But, they ARE labeled "F" 1 and 2.

So the thought is this is most likely a SEPEX motor. Correct??
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Unread 06-05-2015, 01:40 PM   #42
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when I measure across the "F" terminals, I get nothing
More likely it means its a piece of trash.
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So I see you have two threads about these motors. And you have several members telling you this will not work, but your still going to do it,
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So I see you have two threads about these motors. And you have several members telling you this will not work, but your still going to do it,
No, I dont plan to use it. But I do need to know what Im talking about when I contact the seller. Obviously, if these carts take two different motors, the seller should have indicated which one it was.

I do appreciate all the help
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What to you mean when you say you "Get Nothing". Is it zero ohms or open circuit?
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There is some good info in this thread. You'll get it straighten out
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What to you mean when you say you "Get Nothing". Is it zero ohms or open circuit?
Sorry, should have been more clier. I get zero ohms.
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Zero ohms is probably ok. If it's under 1 ohm, then that is a series motor. I don't know what kind of ohmmeter you have so I don't know if it can tell the difference between 10 ohms and zero ohms.
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Don't bother it's a Sepex motor guaranteed
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