Yes, it stops if you stop pedaling (or pedal backwards).IzzyMandelbaum wrote:Does the BBS had have a built in cut off sensor? For example, if I pedal backwards will it stop the motor so I can change gears? Or do I need to buy a cut off sensor?
No, it's all relative.Hummina Shadeeba wrote:im not trying to promote the idea that the cells cant do such high voltage but wouldnt each cell in series add its voltage to the next so that the final cell would experience the high voltage?
Not sure if that could happen indeed, although one of the wires has the full battery voltage on it. Not sure how an USB port would react to that.tommie wrote:No way programming your controller will have `killed` your PC,
maybe crashed it but certainly not killed it.
Try switchting TX/RX wires? May sound dumb but worked for me.avess wrote:Drivers are installed, it seems to be doing something. I have also tried to change bitrate in driver configuration from 9600 to 1200 directly. I will try different converter and hope.