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Unread 10-09-2014, 07:57 AM   #61
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I connect the 2 wires together, the cart did not do nothing, but I noticed that when I switched from tow to run, I did not here the solenoid click , like I have in the pass, and the back-up alarm dont come on either....Humm



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What if you were to connect the two wires together?
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Unread 10-09-2014, 08:44 PM   #62
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Sergio and CC:

On the first test I got 5.1/5.2, but the other test, I could not get, my meter is going crazy, so I need to get another, with this being said I think I should purchase a controller, but I need to know from yawl what to get, and to use with the motor I have any help would be greatly appreciated.....I will do the test when I get a meter, Help please.....














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We need to do two series of tests, one for the controller to MCOR voltage and the other for the MCOR resistance.

Test Controller to MCOR signals:
  • Disconnect the 3 pin connecor from MCOR (tests to be performed on harness connector)
  • Leave 2 pin connector plugged to MCOR
  • Set meter to 20vDC
  • positive probe on MCOR White wire
  • negative probe on MCOR Purple wire
  • turn switch ON
  • press pedal
  • should get around 5v.

If You don't get 5v, we need to find out which side of MCOR is missing.

Controller Negative to MCOR test:
  • set meter to 200vDC
  • positive probe on pack positive
  • negative probe on MCOR Purple wire.
  • turn switch ON
  • press pedal
  • should get 48v

Controller 5v to MCOR test:
  • set meter to 20vDC
  • positive probe on MCOR White wire
  • negative probe on pack negative
  • turn switch ON
  • press pedal
  • should get 5v


Test MCOR resistance:
turn switch OFF
disconnect 2 pin connector (just to get it out of the way)
Notice which pins on the MCOR correspond to each color on the 3 pin connector
tests will be performed on the MCOR pins (not the harness connector)

resistance does not have polarity, so it does not matter which probe goes on what pin.
MCOR Resistance tests:
  • set meter to 20k ohms
  • measure between White and Purple wires
  • should get around 6k ohms
  • Pedal Up and Down should have no effect on resistance
  • measure between Yellow and Purple
  • Pedal Up to Pedal Down should vary from 1k ohms to 7k ohms (approximately)
  • measure between Yellow and White wires
  • Pedal up to Pedal down should vary from 7k ohms to 1k ohms (approximately)

I think I got them all.... Good luck.
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Unread 10-09-2014, 08:49 PM   #63
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If you want to get another controller and want to leave the wiring as it is, look for a Regen 2 controller. If you feel ambitious and want to modify the wiring back to how it was originally, get an IQ controller
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Unread 10-09-2014, 08:53 PM   #64
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No modifing, I will go with the Regen 2, so how do I specify, this is what I know

2002 Club Car DS Regen 2
48volts
10hp motor, is this a series? or
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Unread 10-09-2014, 09:14 PM   #65
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SepEx. Just google "Club Car Regen 2 controller"
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Unread 10-09-2014, 09:18 PM   #66
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found this about the motor,
Club Car IQ Regen High Speed Electric Motor 24MPH Golf Cart Uses OEM Controller



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No modifing, I will go with the Regen 2, so how do I specify, this is what I know

2002 Club Car DS Regen 2
48volts
10hp motor, is this a series? or
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Unread 10-09-2014, 09:38 PM   #67
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CC:
GE solid state speed controller.

For use on 48-volt Club Car electric 1998-00 Power Drive Plus Regen 2 •500 amp
•Speed up to 19 mph with increased torque
•Great for lifted cars
•USE WITH D388 MOTOR ONLY
CONTROLLER, GE 500A, CC PDP REGEN 2, TOR


would this work?????




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SepEx. Just google "Club Car Regen 2 controller"
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Unread 10-10-2014, 06:44 AM   #68
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Nope. That is not the motor that you have. You have the Admiral 10hp motor
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Unread 10-10-2014, 09:23 AM   #69
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This is not intended to debate Series Vs SepEx motors, but just to explain why it is hard to recommend a SepEx controller.

On a Series motor, the same current that runs thru the Armature also runs thru the Field/Stator. That means that the working parameters for the motor are locked from the manufacturer. You can easily change controllers and only need to worry about max stall current.

On a SepEx motor, the Armature and the Field coils are controlled separately and you need to worry about the working relationship between armature current for a given Field current.

All SepEX motors come from the manufacturer with a graph, sometimes just referred to as the "curve" that shows commutation zones that will cause damage to the motor.
The controller needs to be programmed to make sure it will not allow the motor to operate outside the manufactures "safe" commutation zone.
It is not quite that complicated as most motors fall into "groups" of similar specs, but you could end up with a mismatch that can cause damage to the controller and/or motor.

According to you post #28, Your motor "Replaces D390".

If You look at FSIP site, controller model "51-FX503G015K" (500 amp) would be programmed for that kind of motor.

http://www.fsip.biz/SXControls.html

I would definitely call them directly and talk about your "specific" motor.

Given the unknown state of your wiring and working condition of your MCOR, I would say replacing the controller with the same model would be a premature decision.
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Unread 10-10-2014, 04:45 PM   #70
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Sergio:
We have a shop that sells Alltrax here locally, do you know which model would be best besides what you sent me? Also, i will still keep looking into my cart functions, that want stop, just looking for options, thanks....
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