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Oatley speed controller

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by T Smith, Oct 11, 2004.

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  1. T Smith

    T Smith Guest

    Has anyone bought and successfully got going the CT-302S9 speed
    controller (spc350) and throttle (throt2) Oatley sell?
    http://www.oatleyelectronics.com/ I am not sure about a few things
    mainly:
    * Does the key switch (yellow/white) need to be shorted out for the
    controller to work?
    * Why is the fuse positioned on the key switch?
    * Am I correct in assuming that the downloaded gif file (spc350.zip)
    for the speed controller shows Oatley's throttle wiring as brown
    throttle to red on the controller, blue throttle to green on the
    controller and black to black?
    I don't want to do any damage so thought I'd check.
     
  2. Dingo

    Dingo Guest

    I know someone over in the picaxe forums got one and was controlling it with
    a PICAXE

    http://www.rev-ed.co.uk/picaxe/forum/


    Try a search - it was a while ago he posted about it

    Nigel
     
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Is it possible to change the direction of the rotation with those
    controllers?
     
  4. T Smith

    T Smith Guest

    Got mine going today. Runs fine apart from a little stuttering of the
    motor at no load on full throttle.
    Can't see how to change the direction other than switching the output
    wires with another switch of course.
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Is the speed controller has MOSFET drivers if yes can you tell which MOSFETs
    (current/voltage rating)?
     
  6. T Smith

    T Smith Guest

    I'm not sure. I haven't pulled it a apart but others have said it is
    all potted up so you can see/fix the unit components.
     
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