I bought this nice and useful tool for my folding bike
20 " with an electric front engine Nine Continent 250W and a
Infineon controller to 36V.
I was looking for something like that to take off wires that connect
my Watts Up to battery.So, using Bleutooth system ,I connect Logger 60 to my old Nokia N73 and I can read the consumption of
battery on display.
But the most interesting thing for me is the opportunity to register these
data second by second on my PC through a graphical diagram bat limitated to only 3 hours of registration .
The only drawback is the measured voltage can't exceed 48v and 60A: so I have to use 36V battery !!!!!
I would like to know if Logger60 can be reprogrammed to increase these
values over 48v and add other features like those of a normal
Of course cellular phone is not suitable for frequent use in open space
especially in sunny or rainy or too cold weather . Also reading on
display riding bike has some limits :visibility (due to solar light reflection )and
screen saver power-off . .
I'm wondering ..... can regenerative braking activation (with
reverse current which recharges battery ) damage Logger60? [attachment=0]calamosca veliero rid.JPG
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