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350watt 48v controller with 48v 250watt bldc motor

Old 12-26-17, 06:40 AM
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350watt 48v controller with 48v 250watt bldc motor

i have a 250watt 48v bldc motor can i used 350watt 48v controller to control motor?
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Most of the time, yes, if this is an e-bike as the power rating are very loose for the motors. Almost all 250W hub motors are big enough can handle a little more current.

If you're describing a tiny motor in a kick scooter or a chiid's play car, then you might melt it.
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