snath wrote:I received my controller in a timely manner and the packaging was great!
That's where my good experience with the Mini Monster ended.
I wanted to program the unit to meet what I deemed to be my unique needs but to my dismay, the software that Lyen sent me wouldn't load and the USB device driver was incorrect.
Now I profess my ignorance with computer programing/software troubleshooting but it doesn't seem to me that it should be this much of a problem.
After one email exchange, Lyen never responded; and perhaps, rightly so because I am, at this point, out of my depth and, he did say that "electronics experience is required". However, software that won't load and USB drivers that don't work seems to be a little much.
Long story short, I ordered a Kelly... their software seems to be designed for the non-programmer and, more importantly, seems to work.
joe tomten wrote:Ok,
I want two, cause it is time to get a bit more serious about learning about these controls. And it looks like Lyen has made the learning curve a little more gentle.
Keeping the thread toward the top here so i can refer back to it when it gets to be tech time
Stielz wrote:Hi Lyen,
I just curious about the regen braking feature, does it have any control over what voltage and current is generated? to prevent overcharging lipos etc
Josh K. wrote:Hello,
We are looking to get a replacement controller for a 500 watt, 48 volt E bike kit system.
Needs to pull a Pedicab around burningmann....
Can I order one still?
Thanks, Josh K.
rafeh1 wrote:Hi Ed
I have a 48V 10 ah battery with oetoma motor.
I want to buy one of your controllers and add some circuitry and programming modes. Is it possible to get schematic of it prior to buying it.
If it is proprietary I apologize I don’t want to ask for anything proprietary
My goal is to add blue tooth and show motor battery status on a cell phone if that helps any
I am embedded system engineer so i know my way around this stuff.
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