my new (to me) ebike, ready to modify!

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Matt Gruber   100 kW

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Re: my new (to me) ebike, ready to modify!

Post by Matt Gruber » Oct 11 2018 2:22pm

:?:
so on the PCB the 5 sensor wires are all lined up in a row.
is it safe to assume they are in the proper sequence :?:
so i should open the new one and copy the sequence, right :?:
good chance of success :?:
will compare the PCB on both for throttle, motor and sensors. better work or i'll have to study :)

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Re: my new (to me) ebike, ready to modify!

Post by fechter » Oct 13 2018 3:24pm

There doesn’t seem to be any standard sequence for the sensors. You’ll be able to tell if it’s not right.
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Matt Gruber   100 kW

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Re: my new (to me) ebike, ready to modify!

Post by Matt Gruber » Oct 13 2018 3:44pm

fechter wrote:
Oct 13 2018 3:24pm
There doesn’t seem to be any standard sequence for the sensors. You’ll be able to tell if it’s not right.
:( Oh well. I did unbundle all the wires so i can see where they go. I'll try to copy it, but i'll put a 36 ohm power resistor in the power line for testing. Have to start somewhere. Looks like i only need to hook up 13-15 wires out of the 27.
New controllers due in November.
Thanks for your reply!

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