GCinDC wrote:Correction: Hitting brake doesn't power off CA, it merely removes characters so CA appears only backlit...
Also: After 15-30 seconds of turning my on switch, voltage goes from 81.7 up to 92.3V and hovers there...
So something is funky w/ CA. .
GCinDC wrote:New controller issues...
I've just swapped my 846 infineon controller with a 116, bought directly from Keywin/ecrazyman, in an attempt to get higher regen. (for braking, not nec for charging...)
So first, I've performed the following mods on the 116 out of the box from Keywin:
-> jumped BK/GND (acutally put them on a switch)
-> removed R12 and soldered in 1K ohm resistor
-> soldered programming header to board (and programmed board with these settings)
-> added power switch, or attempted to.... The power lead connector had three wires: two thick +/GND wires and a thin red + wire attached to Vcc-1.
I assumed the thin + wire was for a switch so I wired it like my 846 controller is wired: with a switch on the thin + wire from Vcc before it enters the + powerpole terminal. (as in the diagram below). Not sure what mate there should have been for this on the battery side...
So, the issues:
__ 1. When I turn on the switch (which I ran to the handlebar), the CA Voltage reads a steady 82V for 15-45 seconds, and THEN it shoots up to 93V and oscillates there, within a volt or two. Somewhat disconcerting, having lipos & all... but obviously there's no change in battery voltage. This is w/ bike at standstill, no throttle at all. I've tried timing it, but timing isn't consistent. Seems to occur sooner after depressing eBrake...
__ 2. The eBrake lever, when depressed, causes the CA to display only backlighting, no more characters, and have no effect on braking. The eBrake line, (YEL/BLK from controller) isn't wired to EBS, as on 846 controller. Here are some shots from top (L) and bottom (R). Is this correct??
My build thread here. Issues mentioned in last post, p. 5.
dbaker wrote:I plan to use a SPDT switch for my (S) wire that will place a series resistor on one of the switch positions. To operate I will switch from center off to resistor pole for a minute or so and then switch to the straight through position.
etard wrote:You have to get a video posted of that commute....
etard wrote: what was your top speed? ... I can't believe you jump curbs with that camera gorrila mounted! My family lives in the Shenandoah Valley, and my best friend is in Takoma Park, so we might have to meet up sometime.
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