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Motolyser, the “Ultimate Motor Analysing Tool” Coming to US via Trinity

Motolyser, the “Ultimate Motor Analysing Tool” Coming to US via Trinity

Trinity is now the North American importer for the Motolyser, “the ultimate motor analysing tool.” From the looks of it, that’s not just hype. In addition to expected capabilities such as measuring KV, amp draw, and RPM, the Motolyser can also check sensor alignment and function to help you make sure your motor is operating at peak performance. Not cheap at $400 MSRP, but if you want the best performance from your gear, this could give you an edge. More details from Motolyser below.

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About the Motolyser

The Motolyser is a precision tool that is designed to get a complete overview of your motor performance. It is able to measure the KV , RPM, and current draw like most motor testers.

The Motolyser is not like other motor testers, you are also able to measure sensor accuracy. This is especially important in Blinky Mode racing, where the speed controller directly rely on the sensor signals from the motor. The commutation accuracy is 100% related to the sensor alignment.

The accuracy and alignment of the sensor is crucial for motor performance. By getting this right the motor can be tuned with maximum timing advanced, without overheating. The Motolyser can be used to tune every motor to perfection.

– Read out the timing advance of your motor endbel
– Identify the sensor alignmet for each of the three Hall Sesor element
– Read out the RMS current for each motor phase
– View the Hall Sensor status in display in real-time
– The measurements are presented in a 128×32 pixel graphical LED-backlit LCD display while you control the motor speed using a touch wheel panel

Specifications

Input voltage: 3.4V – 8.6V
128×32 pixel graphical LCD display
Touch panel control
Dimension: 25mm X 73mm X 117mm
Support Sensored Brushless motors

Features

Endbell Sensor Test
Average Sensor Advance angle
Advance for each Hall-sensor
RPM/KV measurement
Average Current measurement
RMS current in each motor phase

Updated: June 8, 2014 — 11:09 AM

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