Ok, a few questions. These might already be answered in the various discussions about the Keywin Parameter Designer as it seems very similar, but I'd like to ask here in the interests of improving the "instant grokability" of the program to a relative n00b (one that knows enough about what not to set parameters to, but might not know what some of these parameter names refer to).
Some are obvious, such as Sensor Degree, but could be better named Sensor Angle or Phase Angle, as that is how it is usually referred to when discussing that sort of thing.
Phase Current is obvious; current per phase winding of the motor.
Rated Current is less obvious; one can guess that it must mean Battery Current Limit, but it is not a certainty.
Low Voltage is obvious, but LVC is a very common term used for this, and might be even better to use here.
Toler Voltage I do not know what it means. I don't even have but one guess, and that is a hysteresis voltage between operating and LVC. Meaning, how far does it have to rise up again after LVC has been reached before it will allow "recovery" and respond to throttle again. But that is a guess based on little real information, and probably wrong.
Highest Voltage seems obvious, but I am not sure of it's purpose. Normally an HVC would be for battery charging cutoff, and the controller has nothing to do with that unless it refers to a regen setup. Even if it did, it would seem to need a much wider range of voltages, and much finder gradation. So I do not really know what this one means. If it is indeed an HVC, perhaps a different name would be helpful, that better describes what it really is
Block time I have read of but do not yet know what it does/means. The name might be fine, and just need better explanation in a "help" file.
Auto Curising Time(s) I suppose is really "Auto Cruising Time(s)". I guess that this means how long do you have to hold the throttle in one position before it automatically takes over holding it for you?
Slip Charge Mode I do not have a guess for.
EBS Level I guess would be how much regeneration does it do when using ebrakes, and thus how much force is generated? But nothing explains what 0, 1, and 2 mean.
Limit Speed.....I guess this is in Km/h, rather than Mph, otherwise not being able to limit to 20MPH (or less for some areas) seems odd.
3 Speed Mode doesnt' explain even a little what difference in the modes really is, or what it does. I can guess that it means a switch actually mechanically switches between one of three positions, or a button simply toggles thru which mode it's in, each time it is pressed.
Speed 1, 2 and 3 are almost obvious, but I can't tell if they mean percent of max speed, or a total in Km/h or Mph.
Indicate mode doesn't ring any bells, so I don't know how to implement that.
Converse Speed has me baffled.
Same for Guard Level, Drie Saving, 1_1 Choice, and P3 Indidates.