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Old 10-14-2013, 02:01 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I found the thread via Search and mentioned it in another thread.

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4.5" thick, 16" in diameter and ~100 horsepower
A commercial product on the market in 2014
Requires an 18" wheel and is geared for 1000-1500rpm
reference controller code for evaluation testing
communicates via CAN bus
It appears that the low-speed/high-torque design with integral multiple micro-inverters is very efficient at regeneration which suggests you lose the unsprung weight of the mechanical brakes.

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Their videos suggest the motor has an open center so a driveshaft can pass through. Can a differential for inboard mounting be far behind?
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