chroot wrote:Your pictures seems isn't good enough lumen except hot spot without flood area?
When I finish with my moving new place and I will show you my solarforce L2P flashlight beamshot pictures. I drilled a hole on the L2P tube body and wired to the LYEN DC-DC (84v to 4.2v). Darn too bright mix thrower-flood (rough about 1600 lumens) meaning I have excellent visibility easy catch the potholes ahead and more safety while speeding 40mph at night time. I work for UPS everyday at 3am.
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rui_fujino wrote:iovaykind wrote:More about how you mounted it please
i'll take some detailed pictures tomorrow
NeilP wrote:As you have found , the supplied 'mount' is crap.
Even the holes do not line up ..it is just an off cut of stainless steel..utter shit..but the lights are good.
No idea about the yellow wire
But yes, the CA goes down and that is correct..the power is coming through the shunt on the bike, and the CA displays current flowing through the shunt. it probably reads about 0.25 ?
edit , just thought, does your CA have the separate speed sensor, the magnet sensor on the front wheel and not pick up the speed from the hub.
if o then that wire is probably the pulse sender for speed if you ditched the remote sender and used the speed sending from the hall pulses
Scruffoid wrote:It is to do with the location of the sensing wires and the fact that they arent located at the shunt. I had the move my shunt sensing wire so that it was at teh shunt instead of further in the circuit.
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