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Old 11-07-2019, 01:43 AM
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Hi sorry for the late reply ... so did what you said I think .. I tested the motor with 5v power source.
Motor 1 black to red 5v
Black to yellow 0.66
Black to green0.00
Black to blue 0.00
have you turned the motorshaft ?
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Motor 2 was all 0.00 black and red of course at 5v
again? was the motorshaft turned or not?

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Going back to the motor 1 so does that 0.68 resistance in hall lines black to yellow mean damaged ? Fixable ?
RESISTANCE??? What resistance all of a sudden?

sorry Tony,
either I'm not understanding what you just said,
or you haven't understood what I said above.
I think we might got stuck in a language issue.

I am NOT interested in a static motor reading of the hall lines.
(that can be anything all lines zero, one partially on, one fully on, two partially on.)
I am interested in
if all coloured lines (yellow, blue and green)
against black turn on (non zero value)
as the motorshaft is slowly rotated

you should NOT connect anything to the controller and much less the tester!
the one thing you need apart from the motor itself is a multimeter
(well and a 4.5 - 5V powersupply of course)

Now again:
red and black for the hall lines connected to a 5V powersupply (just as the pic '160431' you posted)
Multimeter set to 20V (as in the pictures)
Now, connect the black probe of the multimeter to the black line of the sensor/power supply
and the red line to any coloured wire ( just as you did on image '155137' with the yellow line)

you have a reading, that's good nearly 0.7V is a bit low for my taste but it is a signal.
leave the probes as they are and rotate the motorshaft slowly!
note down the maximum readout Voltage you got after one full revolution of the crankshaft.
repeat with red probe to green, then red probe to blue.
everytime the maximum readout after one very slow manual rotation of the crankshaft.

repeat for the second motor.

let's forget about the controller for now, we'll get to that.

I assume the tester does the same but ALSO requires the motorshaft to be turned
(as I asked you to turn the motor shaft)
but I do not care at all if the tester works (or how it works) at the moment,
I am interested if the motor is okay or not!

'sid

PS ideally take a video of the entire testing routine and upload it to you tube if possible..
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