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Old 07-13-2010, 01:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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24 mosfet Brushless Infinion Programable 100amp-200amp 100v controller

Hey Everyone,

I am offering Brushless motor controller to all you ecomodders out there ... this stuff is specifically for those running electric! first off

No Refunds, No Return, No Gaurentee, All Sales are Final

Every controller I build, I build to the best of my ability & knowledge at the current time

I strive to build a high quality controller to ensure that the consumer will recieve a great product.

My work speaks for its self; some photo below are of a small 12 mosfet unit.. i am offering a 24 mosfet unit to you guys here

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here are photos of one of the 24 mosfet units i built

All units released as of 2010/07/11

Come with at no extra charge:

-Cycle analyst Port Installed
-Anderson 45 Amp PowerPoles
-Usb Programming Port
-Pre-Programming by me so your set when you get the controller
-3" of 105 degree 10 Gauge Wire

Special requests
-Addition of Low/Medium/High Plug
-Higher Current Modification
-Variable Regenitive Braking
-Led Light (your basic "my controller is on light")
-External Shunt Modifications

Real Life testing, all controllers are tested prior to you recieving

I make **** go fast ... trust me.. even before the days of these new great controllers

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These controllers are originally used for electric scooters or bicycles or electric motorcycle that run 3 phase electric motors with hall sensors.

These controller use a very reliable and well know mosfet.. the irfb 4110 with a very low resistance to ensure minimal heat from the controller..

all units are hand built by me.. I am only offering the 100v units right now.. however in the future i may offer 150v units also... one of the videos you will see above runs one of my test 150v controllers @ 100 amps.


Last edited by trdfreak03; 07-13-2010 at 02:11 PM.. Reason: added photos
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