Thanks.Here it is now
It was running fine for 3 years then it just stopped working. There sending me a new controller I hope my motor didn't go badThanks.
The parameters you set up seem correct.
All braking functions are disabled so it should have nothing to do with brake wiring.
Make sure your hall sensors are wired properly (that's the buch of thin wires coming from the motor)
I suspect the issue is that you didn't do the calibration step properly. You have to calibrate the motor and the throttle in order to get everything working.
Did you do it?
What instructions did you follow exactly in order to do so?
I know it must be extremely frustrating but don't worry, it'll be fine after this initial setup. I know it's a real pain, mostly because the instructions that comes with the controller completely suck.
It should not matter since he disabled the function in the controller settings. When the function is disabled the controller doesn't take into account the input of the brake/stand signals anymore.Brake switch is closed as in the pictures before.
Just show your undervoltage settings. The controller is a dumb thing. When you have set undervoltage to maybe 80V it will show you an undervoltage alarm.