lizardboy wrote:... perhaps yours is working because your controller matches the shunt value that appears to be the defaut.
Tench wrote:How do i find out the IR for my pack?
Tench wrote:Another thing i noticed is when set to current throttle, with the drive wheel off the floor if i open the throttle just a little to get the wheel spinning the throttle output voltage generated by the CA (on the 2 click left screen) will climb untill it reaches the preset max figure while the throttle imput voltage is still near to minimum, can someone else try this to see if it is just my unit?
But i love it!! the fine control of the throttle parameters and adjustable ramp up has ironed out the abruptness it had before and made me very glad i got one When Justin has got all the bugs out i shall have another for my next build!
toolman2 wrote:but the good news is that its a massive improvement in throttle control and is really badly needed on a geared motor like yours, i might just add a quick told you so if you dont mind tench and now with justins fine work and some fine tuning, we can all maintain way better control of our increasingly powerful 'flip you off the back cos the throttles so touchy' type machines.
i reckon lukes agni bike vid (the you know the bike is dangerous one) with the poor dude laying down behind the bike shoeless, would have been a lovely and peaceful bicycle ride if it had a well tuned current throttle..
toolman2 wrote:a good egsample of maby not quite getting it, using the nice and gentle bit in the early part of throttle movement is up to the rider, but we all know that when you floor it you still get the exact same power. -dont we
so the shoeless dude would get to chose how much fury is unleashed from lukes bike (or ours) rather than just looking at the throttle and getting the lot!
a big thanks to justin and all you testers helping provide a much needed brain for our machines.
teklektik wrote:I updated the v3B12 setup notes based on the questions above so basic setup is a little more step-by-step. This isn't as good as doc from Justin but he's kind of overloaded - maybe this will help a bit until an official version can be produced...
justin_le wrote:Temperature:This input can be either a 10K NTC thermistor,
justin_le wrote: ...if you do select the Linear temp probe, then the options for setting the scaling factor and offset will also show up in the menu.
teklektik wrote:Config parm summary updated to reflect additional linear sensor parameters...
Hyena wrote:justin_le wrote:Temperature:This input can be either a 10K NTC thermistor,
Anyone had a play with thermistors yet ?
I don't know much about them but there seems to be a fair variation in price ranging from THESE that are under $2 for 10 or others that are $5 each or more.
The LM235 seems to have a similarly suitable temperature range up to 125 oC. The LM135 goes up to 150 oC which would be nice for those pushing it to the limit but they're heap more expensive.
I'm happy for the CA to step in around 120 though!
justin_le wrote: I'll have a new Beta12 firmware version posted here in the next 3-4 days
justin_le wrote:It seems that every sensible extension is blocked from uploading so I renamed the firmware as a .pdf, after downloading change this to a .hex extension to avoid attempts at opening it with a pdf viewer.
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