Mxus motor 30H 1500W (12x5) Rear Cassette
- M12 axle
- Nominal power: 1200W at 48V
- Supply voltage: 24-48V
- Maximum current: up to 30A
- Maximum continuous power: up to 1500W
Electric Motor Mxus 30H 1500W (12x5) Rear CASSETTE
What You Should Know Before You Buy the Mxus 30H 1500W Electric Motor?
The motor is recommended for structures built based on small diameter wheels - 20-24 ". If you intend to build a bike that you intend to ride off the beaten gravel or asphalt routes or you are interested in a sporty driving experience - then choose the Mxus 3K, it will work MUCH better (it will not heat up excessively)
It is a high-speed motor and is not suitable for heavy off-road driving or for vehicles with large wheel diameters (over 26 ")
The best controller should be 30A at 48V (We highly recommend SINUS drivers) so that the motor will heat the least at the highest power
If you are going to build a sports bike with a power greater than 1500W (the controller will be more than 30A - better choose Mxus 3K Turbo)
Motor type: 12x5, 36 spokes, M12 axle
Nominal power: 1200W at 48V
Supply voltage: 24-48V
Maximum current: up to 30A
Maximum continuous power: up to 1500W
Speed: ~ 1.5RPM / V, about 1.2km / h for every 1V of power for 26 "wheel
Maximum torque: 55Nm
Weight: 6.4 kg
Sensor: Halle + NTC10k temperature sensor
Cassette assembly: standard groove for 7-10s cassette
Number of magnets: 46
Fork spacing: 135mm (fits classic bikes)
Tip for Mxus 30H 1500W motor (12x5)
If you plan to build a very strong bicycle and you plan to use the above motor at maximum powers continuously or plan to use it with powers exceeding the above parameters (current, voltage, continuous and maximum powers), then the temperature of the motor should be monitored to prevent overheating.
What's the difference between the 7x9, 10x6 and 12x5 motor?
Each motor can be defined with 2 parameters. Speed and torque. Both these parameters are reflected in these mysterious 2 digits. They describe the internal structure of the motor. The first digit is the diameter of the winding wire. It has a direct impact on the rotational speed, i.e. how many revolutions per minute the motor will accelerate for each 1V of power supply. The second number is the number of bends, it tells about the torque of the motor, i.e. the power it has during acceleration or uphill slopes.
Remember that even the best laced wheel requires check the spokes after driving a certain distance. Usually, the first tightening of the spokes is carried out after the first 50-200 km depending on the driving style. If the spokes are starting to rattle, it is a sign that they are on the wheel and should be finally correct.
What is not covered by the warranty?
Does not include in the case of:
- Installation or maintenance errors
- Thermal damage (overheating)
- Modification / interference with the housing of the device
- Modifications / changes inside the device
If you have any question, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org