- Apr 19, 2012
Im sorry i guess i didnt understand where do i put the bare sheid wirewhere is the bare shield wire I dont see it in the picture?
also lets hook up the motor ends first, before hooking it to the controller and test with the ohm meter ok? ( your colors are correct on the controller )
you have your heat shrink right?
The wire in the pic is all i have that is what i bought on ebay if there is something else can you post a pic?no problem i just didnt see the shield wire anywhere, i was concerned they gave us the wrong wire.
the shield is there not in view in pic right?
yes we will connect motors first and test everything, heat shrink and retest then hook to controllers
colors are correct red red, black black, green green, and hook white to blue at motors.
shorts here can cause fire 36v 10a or controller damage
shorts to the controller from breakout board just cause malfunction
be back in a few minutes having home phone trouble i have to check ( fussing wife lol )
No only 4 wires and there is a white looking wire but its not a wire its like thin strains of stringok phone is fixed wife happy
there should be 5 wires in your cable 4 insulated red,black,green,white and also a uninsulated shield wire
i only see 4 wires in the pic no bare wire that is the shield.
tell you what i'm going to have dinner and search later we are still waiting on other parts
check back later or in the morning
I know that cost you money and i'm rechecking the ebay post also... no matter who's mistake it was it cost money.
Can you tell me how to mount the drives im not sure how to mount them on there sides.I would bench test the motors and drives first
so if you have your wire follow the video and wire everything do not connect the power supply untill you first check the output voltage.
the drives should mount on their sides in the case try fitting everything in planning to put a fan blowing in on the front panel perforations and the other fan blowing out the rear cover all other holes with tin
see how things fit and post a pic.
but dont mount anything untill tested ok?
Ok so im assuming that the rectangles with the arrows are the fans?I dont have your enclosure dimensions but here is dxf file using 14.5 x 14.5 as the enclosure
unzip it and open it in autocad it is a dxf file
the long rectangles inside each item represent the terminals
let me know if it will fit
and if not send your inside enclosure measurments
there was text in the original drawing i guess they didnt convert to dxf
yes the arrows are the fans and flow direction.
the power supply connections are on the top
the controller connections are on the top facing you