If it just pulls it up, then you just put the switch between signal and 5v, rather than signal and ground.Ykick wrote:BBS02 uses a magnetically actuated “Hall sensor” which pulls signal high up to about 4V.
All I can find about the levers you have say “mechanical switch” so I would assume it’s just an open/close switch. I think you’ll need a little more circuitry to operate the Bafang brake inhibit?
I tried that and it didn't work. Seems it didn't care for the Hall supply voltage? I didn't work much more on that approach once I started digging into the stock Bafang levers. And of course, those allowed me to retain the Higo connectors which aren't friendly to rework either.amberwolf wrote: If it just pulls it up, then you just put the switch between signal and 5v, rather than signal and ground.
If it pulls it down, do it the other way.
They appear to be Bafang compatible: Read here:barnaby81 wrote:After squinting at some photos am i right in thinking Tektro Dorado HD-E710 have yellow connectors at the end of them? i have also noticed i can buy my yellow connector hydraulic brake magnet with a red connector instead.
There are HIGO-S3-B2-adapters available herebarnaby81 wrote:I treated myself to some magura mt5e's in the january sale which have just arrived. having opened the box i see they have red connections when i need yellow (standard colour for bbsXX parts i believed). Could somebody enlighten me how i can use them or are they going back?
I don't know about the adapters, but I've bought HIGO cables from Reinhard (who owns ebike technologies) and they worked great. I would trust him that the cables work.Perth_ebiker wrote:Anyone tried those adaptors ? Quite expensive in Aussie dollars if they don't work.
I assume this worked?