well try to rollback the driver and choose the '07 version, by bringing up properties choose roll back driver, select from your local pc files, not the internet search, and it'll offer you a choice, pick the 07 driver and it should now work and recognize itCooperAndromeda wrote:Hey Guys Been a while. Im having some problems with my controller cable using XPD now that i have upgraded to Windows 10. Com Port does not seem to register the Controller Cable,also under USB-to-Serial Comm Port properties(Com7): Device Status "This device cannot start (Code 10)"
Would be grateful for some help guys !
hey andy, yeah i suspected the same but i have metered out everything, i have tried with and without the ebrake connected (i ran my ebrake through the switch on the handlebars as i have upgraded to hydraulic 4 pot hopes)andyjk wrote:Hey mate, don't worry I reckon it's gotta be wiring or something like that if the individual components are all working.
Have you got a multimeter, I would start by checking voltage from the battery to the controller to make sure it's getting to the controller first.
Also Does your cycle analyst power up? <edit> just re read and looks like it does.
Other things to check, whether brake lever switches are shorted as that Inhibits the motor.
ive tried it without the cycle analyst even connected. the throttle runs through the controller not the cycle analyst.andyjk wrote:Yes mate I feel your pain. I would miss mine too if it wasn't working. I'm addicted to mine!!! Fortunately I built mine up from all the parts individually so it helps me fix stuff when something goes wrong.
The thing is... these bikes aren't too complicated, does your throttle run through the cycle analyst? If so try connecting the throttle directly to the controller to see if it works then, I had issues running my throttle through the CA so I just went direct to the controller and removed the throttle wire at the CA connector.
You could double check all the connectors on the cycle analyst to make sure they are making connection properly, maybe some water got in to those connectors?
Whilst testing try to keep it as simple as possible:
Battery - speed controller & throttle - motor
I think if the ebrakes are disconnected then the controller won't be inhibited as all they do is just close a circuit.
Bottom line is all the components seem to work fine on their own so it MUST be connections or CA problem.
I'm sure we'll fix it bud.
Haven't measured the torque but it's got bags of it. I'm running max 120A battery current, it only peaks at this for second or two. The first tests of the battery proved that the BMS wasn't enough as it kept tripping out on high current, we weren't surprised as it was close to the peak rating of the BMS. I'm not a fan of any weak point in the power system and have had bad experiences with BMS' before so we removed the connection to the BMS on the battery discharge leads and replaced with a simple 150A fuse to allow unlimited current UP to the rating of the fuse. The battery is rated at 150A continuous so there's still room to play.hufstuf wrote:Hello all! Michael here in North Carolina. I have read this forum a few times and watch most, if not all, of your videos. I'm about to pull the trigger on an Adrenaline!
Question: so stock, out of the box, with the 5000w hub motor and 72v26Ah battery what kind of torque does it have?
And now that you guys have had time to experiment, what are your CA settings as far as amp max draw, phase amps, etc.?
I've ridden dirt bikes and mountain bikes most of my life and this thing looks to be the perfect cross between the two (especially for a 54 year old that still rides dirt).
How is it on trails? Most of the videos are of bike paths, sidewalks and street. What's it like in the woods?!?
Andy, how's the new battery working out?
Thanks in advance for any info you guys can share.
hufstuf wrote:First I want to thank you guys (andyjk & quadfather especially) for sharing your experiences with the EEB. After reading this thread several times and watching your videos I pulled the trigger today and ordered my very own EnduroEBike!!
1. EEB Adrenaline - black
2. Panasonic 72v 35Ah battery
3. 5000W Hub motor
4. Infineon 18F4110 controller
5. CA v2.4
6. Rear wheel 19"
7. Front wheel change to 24"
8. Bicycle seat & Motocross seat
9. Rock Shox Domain fork and Kage shock
10. Avid BB7 203mm + regen brake
11. CA programming cable
12. Button (key?) and charge port on the top panel
13. EEB riser bar instead of Truvativ bar (taller riser bar)
14. Off-set seat post instead of straight seat post
I'll post pics once it arrives, hopefully before Christmas
EEB sent this pic of my bike build in progress...
ScooterMan101 - I'll definitely have a 'stock' performance report to post. The base line for upgrade reference. I've driven the dragon once, never had my motorcycle on it but the ebike idea sounds GREAT!! It's only 4 hrs from the house ; )ScooterMan101 wrote:I would love to get a report on what speed , and how long it can ride the ... Tail of the Dragon ( Deals Gap )
That is a road that is on my Bucket List , and I want to do it on a e-bike at speeds , well you know what I am talking about.
Not sure... the brakes are working very well, it's no longer a kind of uncontrolled on/off feel that I was getting with the cable brakes (even though they did stop the bike) but the hopes are a powerful solid feeling brake. It inspires a lot more confidence to ride at speed. They are still bedding in but so far so good.Jimboyr6 wrote:Im pretty sure ur rear caliper is not back far enough, and ur front mud guard is round wrong way,
How u find the brakes?