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Unread 11-10-2008, 05:46 AM   #11
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The motor works. I disassembled this runner for a conversion. All the cables are new. Batts holding 49+v. The diagram came in the box with the controller staight from Logisystems. BUT, I am not convinced the diagram is correct on the F&R so maybe while I have some time this AM I will compare the original CC F&R switching routes to the Logisystem diagram and see if I can figure what's going on?
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Unread 11-13-2008, 10:38 PM   #12
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Bhfear and I did the motor test on her and the motor tested good...New pb-6 is running 6.5k-0 Anyone know if this is a problem?
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Roady, I have this chassis running I am now trying to work out the secondary wire system for ignition and accessories. I have redrawn my diagram to show what I plan to do.....Key switch to heat the F&R micro and controller. F&R micro to heat the PB-6 micro. Pb-6 micro to heat the solenoid.
I can see a couple of other possible arrangements. What do you think is best?
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Unread 12-23-2008, 06:51 AM   #14
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Unread 12-23-2008, 07:05 AM   #15
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That one looks fine...everything will have to be locked and loaded for it to run. The only thing I see is it looks as if you have thee controller powered up all the time?

I might use that...I got my 2 alltrax's in yesterday!!
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That was kinda my question...Is it hard on the controller to leave it powered up all of the time? Like what if you get off the cart and leave the key on...which happens. I have the same question on the solenoid, but, obviously it takes the most wear when it makes and /or brakes contact.....so would it be better to heat the contactor and leave it on and then with the pb-6 micro turn the controller on each time you hit the gas? I can see a couple of ways to finish this...just don't know enough about controllers in general to make the right decisions...There seems to be more micro switches than neccessary?
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Unread 12-23-2008, 08:51 AM   #17
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The controller will power up instantly. You can do it several ways....Power off key, power off any of the micros. You don't "HAVE TO" have any of the micros for it to function.....if you don't the solenoid and speed controller will always be powered on and engaged. Any of the micros cut power to the solenoid which is a safety feature. If you run the controller power off key and don't turn the key off you run the risk of draining your batteries....it will take a while to do that but the risk is still there. I guess the best solution is to power the whole thing from key and then power the speed controller from the throttle micro.
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