Brushless dc electric car hub motor
1) Rated voltage: DC 48V, 60V, 72V
2) Rated power: 1000w-5000w
3) Rated rotating speed: 500-800rpm
4) Rated efficiency: Greater than and equal to 83%
5) Rim sizes: It can be for 10-14 inch rim, also can make as your own rim
6) Brushless dc motor
7)one side shaft out
It can be used for the electric car. We can make different motor as client's requiremt.
I also like how, unlike the Carnetix hub, the power and USB connections are all on one side. Having the power connection on the back just adds to the installation footprint, and in a car that's not a good thing.
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Electric Car Hub Motor
Found this while searching google images for electric cars. Searched on here and did not see it so I though I would share.
Thought it would make a nice coast assist motor if nothing else.
Photo of a car hub with a missing lug nut, showing the hub nut with locking cover and cotter pin used to secure the front wheel hub and bearing assembly to the steering spindle, and lug nuts on studs used to hold the wheel to the brake drum.
Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Racing car wheel hub. Mechanics working on a Formula One racing car in a workshop. The front wheel hub is exposed. At the centre of the assembly is the axle. The disc part of the brake has been removed.