I have a 48v AirX with the controller removed. It was hooked up to a large 12v array and overcharging was never an issue.
I am planning to remove my controller then have just 3 phase ac coming down.
When you had your 48v air x controller remove i want to know is how many wires you had coming from your stator coil, is it 3?
Reason why I asked is because all of them that i see on the net is 3 wires coming from the stator coil going to the rectifier block but in my 48v one i have 6 sets of wires going to the recitifer block. I notice that they are 3 different wire sizes also.
They are configured this way. 2 of the wires are kiss together going to one set of diodes, another 2 is also kiss together going to a next set of diodes and the next two wires remaining each of them go to the 2 remaining set of diodes.
I am kinda confused as to why there is so many wires coming from the stator? also they are 3 different sizes. Why is this so?
Also when you pulled out your controller, did you then connect your 3 wires coming from your stator coil directly to the brushes so you could feed the 3 phase AC voltage through the slip ring?
I am trying to figure out a way to utilize all of my 6 wires and get 3 phase from them so that i can connect them to the 3 brushes after removing out the controller circuit but whenever i used all of them there is a binding up of the turbine and it creates a shorts. If I leave out one of the wires by not kissing it with one of the phases then it doesn't happen but would i lose some current/voltage doing this and if so which wire would best to leave out, the smallest gauge one? Is there a way to use all 6 wires and get 3 phase coming out?