OK, I flashed to B14 and it works on the bench. Have not yet tried it out on the bike. The B14 indeed solves the 10k thermistor issue. I have now an error of about 4oC with one thermistor. Good enough.
The 3rd digit for LVC allows me to set an LVC of 108.0V (3.6V cell level), which is great. The main screen shows my voltage correctly (1/3 used lipos at 117V), however the next screen shows only the 17V, and misses the 1st one hundred, as mentioned in a previous post by Justin. A bit weird, but not a real problem.
justin_le wrote:1) The function of holding the left and the right button are swapped. So you hold the right to enter setup, hold the left for a reset. It took a bit for my old habits to get used to this but it does in the end make a lot more sense
Works like a charm - much more intuitive.
justin_le wrote:2) Adds the ability to select which screens are shown and hidden, and you can choose one set of screens that appear when stationary and another set (typically a smaller set) to show up when the bike is moving. Right now there are 11 different display screens with various data and you change these by scrolling through with the left and right buttons, then holding the right button to toggle. Binary fashion, 1=shown, 0=hidden
Very nice. As I don't use the PAS thingies, I got rid of them.
justin_le wrote:3) Attempts to display a bit more sensor data inside the setup menu so that it's easier to know what values to put in. So for instance, at the throttle input screen, you can see the actual realtime throttle voltage go up and down as you move the throttle, and then you'll know what to put for max and min throttle range values.
Very handy. I did not save my settings before flashing, so seeing the actual throttle voltages were great. I also took the chance to recalibrate the CA. Ended up with a rshunt of 2.385mOhm for my non modified Lyen 124115 controller.
justin_le wrote:I'm working on doing things so that the CA has a 12th screen that outputs a bit more diagnostic info on what limiting modes are coming into play which would hopefully shed light on these scenarios.
A screen which shows the temperature results continuously, instead of alternating with speed and Ah, would be great for my testing. I strongly believe that the temperature gauge is the one real hurdle for high power setups. For tweaking, it really is much nicer to have a continuous view of what is happening before any limiting is incurred by the CA. Now I have to rely on the CA limiting for 2/3rds of the time.....