I have played with this setting felt a 100 times, from lowest to highest and almost everyting else between, but it doesn't solve the problem.
I had a similar problem when I had high PWR and OVS 5 at the same time. After I reduced PWR to +0.87 it is much more smoother when I reach my speed limit 75 km/h.madin88 wrote: ↑Jun 20 2018 6:37amA guy in russia board even mentioned that a hall offset of 0° would works best.
This setting is determined in autodetect and depends on the phase and hall combo.
Normally one would imagine that it should not have any influence on the system, but it seems that it does.
I have a strange problem with "jerky power control" if the controller tries to maintain a set speed limit.
A speed limit of 70kmh was set in normal or boost mode (while speed at full throttle would be 90kmh on the flat).
If i ride WOT, the controller will limit the speed to 70 kmh, but the power is alternating huge. If feels like the controller applies 0,5sec full throttle and 0,5sec no throttle, so the bike is always massive accelerating and deaccelerating.
The higher the load on the motor the better it gets. The worst it becomes when riding down a hill with very low load on the motor. than it alternates crazy!
If i do the speed limitation by myself with partial throttle by hand, there is no such jerky alternation. I am able to hold the speed smoothly.
What can be the problem?
A similar issue i noticed is the lower the battery voltage becomes, the harder it gets to maintain a given speed.
For instance at 25% soc i even cannot control the speed by hand anymore beaucause of massive power alternation / jerky throttle control. It doesn't matter if i manually would like to hold speed at 60, 50kmh or 40kmh. No chance to maintain a smooth speed.
There is no sag to low voltage or another problem with the battery. It maybe is close before "vsoftlimit" but nothing else.
If i reduce PWR timing one step, the motor will overheat very quick under load.
I have a 5k pot throttle together with a hall based e-brake.
go into TRACTION CONTROL and set the value for SMOOTH - as high as you can.... acceleration will improve and so will top speed. Also set the OVS timing to at least 3 or 4.
The screen with buttons are actually just a plastic self adhesive screen that's glued to the rest of the screen housing.Lash wrote: ↑Jun 20 2018 9:58pmdoes anyone have any advice to help get the down button on the screen working again? moisture may have entered during a sponge bath!?!?
I have taken the screen apart but i cant actually get to the buttons contacts for a clean. Ive given the plastic ribbon thing a clean that looks like it comes from that area. but still the button has no effect.
lukas999 wrote: ↑Jul 03 2018 1:42pmHey guys
patient Adaptto E max
max current power suplly 30 A
charge current 5 A
screen shows power suplly current 1, 2 or 0.8 A at the same time meter on power suplly shows 20 a at 54 V --- thats 1000 W
also in the screen I can see charge battery current more then in the settings
there is no way I can set up this look like this thing is charging it own way
controller is warm and give me also strange buzzing voice and is turing on and off every 10 sec while charge
check video please
Thanks for the help !
did you notice the temperature bar on the right side on the screen? If the wrong internal thermistor is set (KTY83 or KTY84 in calibration menu) it looks like this, but i don't know if this would solve your problem or not.
guys I have this set up at kty 84 like beforeWillow wrote: ↑Jul 03 2018 4:34pm
Anyone know the name or where to buy this throttle connector that comes with the Adappto controllers? I had it saved but somehow lost it!
Allex should be able to tell you if cannot find it in this 200 page thread.litespeed wrote: ↑Jul 08 2018 2:24pmAnyone know the name or where to buy this throttle connector that comes with the Adappto controllers? I had it saved but somehow lost it!
Mini xrd or something like that? I’ve searched on google for everything I could think of and came up empty handed.
My last Domino throttle started to behave like the first one that gone bad last year, last Friday while riding I noticed some speed oscillation while cruising around 45Km/h and looking at the throttle limits screen I had the same flickering as I had in this video:madin88 wrote: ↑Jun 20 2018 3:32pmIf i reduce PWR timing one step, the motor will overheat very quick under load.
At the moment i have set this to 0,88 and one step lower would be 0,71.
I will try it out and see what happens with the speed.
I have a 5k pot throttle together with a hall based e-brake.
What does throttle linear do?
In "throttle limit" screen the small bar on the bottom shows no signs of unwanted movement - at least if the bike stands still.
hmm, i think i will hook up a DMM to the throttle signal so that i can see if everything is OK with it if the issue crops up.
I read about the "resistor mod" when using pot throttles, but i never had a problem so far without it.
I had a similar problem, but with another 5k thumb throttle. The pot from this throttle died two times within a few month.bigbore wrote: ↑Jul 09 2018 9:37amMy last Domino throttle started to behave like the first one that gone bad last year, last Friday while riding I noticed some speed oscillation while cruising around 45Km/h and looking at the throttle limits screen I had the same flickering as I had in this video:
A little CRC 5-56 solved the problem so far bat I guess I will start looking for a DIY 5K pot mod for these throttles.
I have been using a push button as brake switch only without any resistance mod.madin88 wrote: ↑Jul 10 2018 5:03am
I had a similar problem, but with another 5k thumb throttle. The pot from this throttle died two times within a few month.
But at this thime i have not hooked up a variable (hall based) e-brake. I was using a push button as brake switch.
So i wonder, do you use an e-brake?
-> resistor mod and the necessary minimum current draw on the +5V supply to make it work properly.
I never had problems with the Domino. The pot is quite large and it should be top notch quality (it is also specified to be waterproof).
Ha!, so it's probably the case that Adaptto destroys 5k pot throttles if they are used without the resistor mod.bigbore wrote: ↑Jul 10 2018 7:56amI have been using a push button as brake switch only without any resistance mod.
It seems to me a kind of mechanical issue, but you could be right. Anyway I have ordered this CTS pot which is the most similar to the original pot I can buy. It needs some mods to fit inside the throttle.
https://www.digikey.com/products/en?key ... CF502A26A1