Does anyone have an idea bout this?
Has anyone disconnected their battery wire from the controller with the BMS connected and didn't have any issues?
I just don't get how disconnected the battery wires will damage anything if the BMS is connected. Even that guy wrote he "opened" the breaker to the positive wire before disconnecting the BMS, this is basically disconnecting the battery from the controller.
The BMS I believe only has signal wires and low voltage wires to the controller, this is the 4 pin connector, how could not disconnecting this damage anything? How could disconnecting the BMS balance lead wires also damage anything if the controller is on? It makes no sense.
If this was the case then adaptto would have warned us or many people on this forum would have a damaged controller / BMS for simply not disconnecting things in the correct order. This thread would be full of posts about how their BMS caused their controller to break, I can't find a single post about the BMS damaging the controller. Adaptto also was so serious about not getting warranty returns that they would not allow something like this or at least not warn us. I can find no information about how to disconnect the BMS and controller properly.
So many people have circuit breakers on their bikes and always basically disconnect the battery power to the controller when they swtich the breaker on and off, while most likely leaving the BMS connected.
I have no choice now and will have to go ahead and finish installing my BMS and take a chance that nothing will break. I'm half way through soldering my wires and then I remembered the post about how to disconnect the BMS correctly, which I can't do if I solder my wires directly to the BMS
If someone knows anything please let me know.
If someone has disconnected their battery without disconnected the BMS and didn't damage anything please let me know also.