you have mailburner77 wrote: ↑Nov 22 2017 9:41amcould somebody help me out:
my Adaptto stopped working, after I left it ON for 1 week. It was turned ON because of balancing and I forget to shot the controller off. After 1 week I wanted to drive again, but the display was off in the ON position of the lock. No chance to turn it on again. Checked the voltage, the lock, every connection, also without BMS. It worked fine before and I didn't change anything, but it doesn't work now. Was just ON for a week. Would be great, otherwise the only possibility would be to send it to Russia. Thanks
Adaptoo has regen and it is nice to use even as a brake. If you live in a flat place it isn't worth regarding energy. Even in the mountains it is hard to regen more than 3% of the total energy consumption. You could use a extra throttle or semething like this:Cricket_Swe wrote: ↑Nov 26 2017 8:53amIs there a left hand thumb throttle that's waterproof? I would like to use it for the regen, (Adaptto had variable regen?) or should I use a button instead with the "smooth mode" I read somewhere that using a thumb throttle for regen solved the problem of needing a resistor for the Domino throttle? Or is regen overrated and I should skip it and use a 560 ohm resistor for my Domino throttle?
This is interesting. I've run my Mini-E on both 18s (current setup) and 12s (previous setup for over a year), and never really noticed a difference like that.dirttorpedo wrote: ↑Nov 26 2017 10:40amSo I noticed something weird about my mini-e yesterday. When I run 18s lipo on the street acceleration is wicked fast. The initial draw is low from a stop or at slow speeds, 15-20a WOT, but it quickly ramps up the max of 80a. On tight, curvy singletrack I never get anywhere near that max. The amperage ramp up is slow enough that by the time I get into the 30s and 40s, I have to let off for turns.
Yesterday I reconfigured a couple 6s 10ah packs to 12s 30ah thinking I would do a long city ride. As expected the top end was low compared to other configs, but it felt like it was pulling hard off the line. So I took it to the trails. I wasn't running my GPS so I didn't log any of my runs for a comparison, but the thing felt like a BEAST. I was pulling 50a from a stop and quickly reaching 80a on most stretches. I also usually stop every other run to let the motor cool (lots of climbing where I ride), but I never got above 80c/ 180f. I'll probably run it again tonight with gps but I'm seriously thinking about running 12s instead of 18 on the trails now.
I could not sort out the issues so the 2WD unit went to moscow. The Adaptto guys hooked it up on theire test bench, but than they noticed that the 2WD system was never designed to work on a 4-wheel vehicle with both motors doing exactly the same.
Already did that, the problem is still happening on a random basis (I'd say once a year !)
olivier2604 wrote: ↑Jan 22 2017 6:23pmPlease check controllers and displays firmware revision.
They must be at same revision, the latest RC9G4, or presets values will not be synchronized.
Also, check if wheel size has been well setup in both controllers.
I had similar problems, and the firmwares was at differents revision.
I have 9C FD2605 direct drive front on 20" wheel, and MXUS 500/1000w geared 16" wheel on rear,
and i can set up eco/normal/boost parametrs on each controller to balance power.
my problem is, my battery pack is a welded pack , it´s not easy remove that group and charge it, and not sure how I can insolate that group and charge it without disassesemble part of the battery...madin88 wrote: ↑Dec 02 2017 6:07amnio88 i would charge the group 14 with external charger up to the same voltage as the other groups.
if you do it with low current (less than 1A or so) a connection to the balancing wires would be enough. Otherwise solder wires directly to this group and remove them afterwards.
If the voltage starts dropping again, there is at least one faulty cell in this group.
don't think complicated. just use the balance wires of this group or solder new wires to + and - and charge it with 1s lipo charger (or adjustable CCCV PSU). If you have an RC cahrger it should work as well. I'm sure you will find something.
yes for sureIf some cells are wrong in that group it´s going to be a pain in the ass