It has been months now, so I don't recall this stuff off the top of my head. I'll review my notes and previous comments and see if I can give you something more step-by-step. That said, I don't think that I limited the current using the voltage booster. I wanted the booster to deliver as much current as it could. What I did was limit the controller to 80% of its maximum using the LCD5 meter/display that came with my kit. That way, the motor controller wouldn't ask the boost converter to deliver more than the 1200 watts or so that it is capable of delivering. I did set the low input Voltage Protection though.The trick with that is to have a voltage source that is approximately at the level that you want to limit. Now I have to figure out/remember what I used. :^)Kenny'sID wrote: ↑Mar 11, 2018 11:12 pmWturber, I'll have some time for this in the next day or two, and I need to know what value too set the current at for my bike.
Also, as I mentioned I'm just not good with this stuff/multi meter, and it's not too much trouble, could you please explain how to set the current, and the Low Input Voltage Protection Adjustment. There were a few things that you rightly assumed most know in your existing explanation, and was hoping you could be a little more in depth maybe, as if you were explaining step by step to someone who had never done any of this? Thanks