hi. the motors are 1000 watt 48vdc, and yes i am over powering them using 56vdc (57.5 max) lithium batteries (Ego).
which puts me at 1550 watts or something like that.
the dual 60a was just too much money to be honest. the wife would kill me.
the motors run at roughly 8 amps each max during operation, which was up hill. i never registered the max amp draw from a dead start as my cheap display just can't.https://www.ebay.com/itm/1000W-48-V-DC- ... 5356!US!-1
these are the motors
i have been running them on cheapo china controllers that are rated for 20 amps.
while you are probably correct on needing the 60A versions. i was hoping that controlling ramp up would help me out in this aspect.
the biggest problem i have been having is dealing with limited 60v available components. the batteries i use determine that, and they really do take a beating.
so am i to assume that this controller will not work for me then due to full load amps?
and yes. haha. the ply wood was temporary. i have only mowed 2 x with it. now i need to finalize the system.
i failed to see a peak current per channel so i assumed it would be 60 amps as most things seem to be rated as double the operating amps per channel. is this correct or no?
one more thing.
in my defense, this is my first remote control capable build i have done before, and I don't know things