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Old 01-23-2023, 12:56 PM   #11
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Default Re: 48V Lithium conversion questions

Thanks guys, for all the good info. Itís definitely given me a lot to think about, as far as cart use and if it really fits my needs/lifestyle. I did pick up a new F/R contractor as that seems to be my first issue. Now to rewire all control wiring with new contractor and see about a test drive.
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Old 01-23-2023, 01:01 PM   #12
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For his AXE4834P controller, the ratings (from the linked chart) are:
up to 2 minutes - 300 amps
5 minutes - 200 amps
1 hour - 135 amps

He certainly "might" be able to run with this controller (on paper anyways) ... if the controller is actually functional

If his controller is pooched and has to be replaced, I would certainly suggest upgrading to a higher amp rated controller for this heavy, work cart.

For my nearly identical cart, Alltrax suggested an SR 500 amp would work fine ... as would an SR 600 amp ... but the 600 amp might be overkill.

If the controller has to be replaced, I would certainly replace it with one with a built in cooling fan. I find my 600 amp Curtis tends to run hot and I live in a cool climate. With the Alltrax, a fan panel is included in the 500 and 600 amp models. In the lower amps models, the fan panel is optional.
Yeah....if I'm buying a new controller, going a little bigger is better.
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I missed where he said it was damaged.. though he said he just wanted to reinstall it to clean up the wiring.
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I missed where he said it was damaged.. though he said he just wanted to reinstall it to clean up the wiring.
Everything is installed, damage unknown. I donít know full status of controller yet. Iíve gotten forward movement of the wheels, but F/R contacts are not making and releasing like they are supposed to, and control wiring is iffy. Going to install new F/R contacts and completely redo control wiring, then see how controller does. And thatís if batteries are decent. It shows 50 volts, and didnít budge when I got forward movement, so fingers crossed.
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