So LO can be used as a button, tapping LO to ground (like a click) to cycle between modes: low, normal and high speed.????12, HI: speed or three-speed switch high-speed vehicle speed and strength increase, real afterburner acceleration. Three-speed switch is compatible with high-speed (three-speed switch connection: HI-speed, ground, TX low, default normal speed) effective ground. Afterburner acceleration (speeding) (the Hall mode is active, no Hall invalid)
13, LO: button three-speed or three-speed circulating default normal speed, click speed, low speed and click, then click the normal speed. Such rate cut cycle. Connection: ground, signal line (ground active)
Does this mean that if the motor spins backwards you have to change 2 phase wires (doesn't matter witch one) and don't change the hallsensor wires, then do self learn aggain.??1, XX: motor learning mouth wires, power lines and feature cable connected, and learning lines connected, turn on the power (electric door lock), the motor will automatically enter the state of learning, such as learning to pull the motor run reverse at this time insert identification line, the motor reversal, or open learning lines have been transferred to the rotation, the motor will reverse. OEMs for ordinary use, you can not learn lines, direct labor adjustment phase. No Hall and maintenance staff based on personal habits, learning lines choose to use use. Special Note: After completion of study learning lines must be disconnected, and good protection, so as not to run into the frame malfunction, affecting the normal use of the controller. Connection: ground and signal lines (effectively grounded)
So Instead of soldering the shunt wires you could also change the resistance of these resistors.32, 33: Current sampling ports normal standby This 2-pin voltage is about 1.26v
The first 3435 feet: current pickup signal amplification normal standby voltage of about 0.12
If the four-pin voltage may result in abnormal limiting current limit is too small or could not, (if the pin voltage is not normal, please check R9, R10, R28, R29)
Don't be fooled into thinking the motors will have the same wiring combination. I have two identical motors and they are wired differently (in terms of wire colours)Ianhill wrote: I had paired the controller to an identicle motor but its not actual the same one just I have two as i plan on going dual motor in time
My self learn function works as follows:Ianhill wrote: so i connected the self learn and it spun the correct way so I let it rev to max and stay there for 10 seconds or so then turn off and disconnect the self learn then when I would turn back on and press the throttle the motor would go backwards again it done this 4 times then on 5th attempt it finally self learned the correct way and spun correct way on the throttle very strange.
I have both and the board/components are the same. The only difference being, you can change the LVC to either 48v/60v/72v on the variable one. That's what the variable part is on this controller.speedmd wrote:I am looking to buy the 72v 1500 watt controller for mid drive setup, but they list also a 48v -72v variable input 1500w one that is a bit larger. Does anyone know them both and advise on which may be a better setup.
Have you set up a 3 speed switch or just wired it for max speed?Ianhill wrote:I'm using the 48-72v 1500w adjustable controller and a 12s 16ah lipo pack, when the speed setting is on max it pulls 1.7kw or 34amp upto 30mph and then it hulks out and chucks 2.8kw 54amp at the motor and boosts me upto 41mph ive gone up steep inclines give it the death and it barely gets warm.