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Unread 11-16-2010, 08:14 PM   #11
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Default Re: IQ with Alltax 500 amp controller?

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What I have learned though over the years with DCX controllers is that they HAVE to run the right field map for the motor you are running them with. If not you WILL damage the controller. So if you get a DCX and you are running a stock motor, but later you change to something else, you have to change the motor profile (field map) or else it will blow-up, maybe not right away, but it will die. This isn't explicitly clear in any of the documentation
What field map would you suggest for a Plum Quick purple motor?
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Unread 11-16-2010, 08:30 PM   #12
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What field map would you suggest for a Plum Quick purple motor?
PlumQuick does not change the fields on the purple motors, so if this is a stock IQ motor that has been redone by Plumquick then the correct Field Mapping is #6. If it is a Regen 2 cart i.e. PDPlus cart, then the field mapping is #8.

This is in the literature at AllTrax.

http://www.alltraxinc.com/files/Doc1...ors-Manual.pdf

If you've switched to a different motor then the company that provided you the controller should be able to get you the new hex map for your controller to match the new motor, but you will also need the controller pro software from Alltrax to program the controller.
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Unread 11-16-2010, 09:37 PM   #13
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I have a DCX600 w/ The plumquick Executioner motor. The cart runs great, i haven't done anything else other than 2 gauge wires and a 400amp solenoid. The cart runs 35-36 level and 45mph down a slight hill. No issues w overheating either. Hope this helps your decision, u just cant go wrong w Alltrax and plumquick.


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what cart do you have this set up on?

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Unread 11-17-2010, 11:11 AM   #15
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AHHH sorry i knew i left something out. LOL

Its a 2004 Club Car IQ - Shunt wound

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Is it a Precedent or DS?
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I have a DCX600 w/ The plumquick Executioner motor. The cart runs great, i haven't done anything else other than 2 gauge wires and a 400amp solenoid. The cart runs 35-36 level and 45mph down a slight hill. No issues w overheating either. Hope this helps your decision, u just cant go wrong w Alltrax and plumquick.

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