KT motor controllers -- Flexible OpenSource firmware for BMSBattery S/Kunteng KT motor controllers (0.25kW up to 5kW)

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Post by stancecoke » May 17 2018 1:52pm

here is another log with the code of the recent master branch of my fork.
Angle adjust is not perfect, but it produces much more regen current...
It is obvious, that we need a PI-Controller for the angle adjust, as the simple increase/decrease with ++/-- is too slow.
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Post by casainho » May 18 2018 6:42am

Maybe can be of interest of some developers of KT:

I got the firmware for KT LCD3 up to a point were it receives a packet data from motor controller and and prints a number value to the odometer field on the LCD (the sources are on github). The function to print to LCD is this one: lcd_print(number, ODOMETER)
The firmware is structured to be easy to add support for the other fields.

Example of printing a variable:
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Post by casainho » May 18 2018 5:10pm

I got finally the TSDZ2 motor controler firmware disassembled - here is the file on google docs so anyone can put comments on sections that understand.

The tecnhology should be near from KT motor controllers firmware so we can learn. For instance, I spotted a big array of values that seems like the same we use on KT, for the phase voltages SVM, but seems they are using a bigger array...

https://drive.google.com/file/d/10TKBj_ ... p=drivesdk

Original firmware file, etc is here: https://opensourceebikefirmware.bitbuck ... enOCD.html
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Post by dr_lulz » May 20 2018 5:56am

after i received my 12Fet 48V controller from risunmotors a few weeks ago i had some time today to test a little bit.

At first i made sure hall sensors and phase connections are correct by using the original firmware. I have connected the controller to an old bafang 250w geared motor on my bench

After that i set up WSL bash on windows 10 and built the SDCC from source. It worked!. So no need to use any cygwin crap or VM at all.

Then i built https://github.com/OpenSource-EBike-fir ... s_firmware. I had to change battery count in config.h, rest is still on default.

Motor runs but takes a lot of current. No load current is about 10A while it was 1A before. Startup is very rough and fast, low speed is not possible. I changed phase cables a few times but did not find a better combination. So this must be a software issue ...

any idea what i can do?

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Post by casainho » May 20 2018 6:19am

dr_lulz wrote:
May 20 2018 5:56am
Motor runs but takes a lot of current. No load current is about 10A while it was 1A before. Startup is very rough and fast, low speed is not possible. I changed phase cables a few times but did not find a better combination. So this must be a software issue ...

any idea what i can do?
So startup is rought and fast , low speed no possible. And asking all that current. I would say something about that angle is to much advanced.

Please first do the procedure as described on install page, about verifying phases wirings and hall sensors wirings.

Then, please measure the output signal of the phase current sensor while motor is stopped. The sensor has 3 pins: GND, VCC 5V and phase current signal. Please measure it and say here what is the value.

Finally, I just can think of the adjustment of angle offset on config.h, that default value is 0. Try to increase/decrease in steps of 10.
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Post by dr_lulz » May 20 2018 7:10am

casainho wrote:
May 20 2018 6:19am
dr_lulz wrote:
May 20 2018 5:56am
Motor runs but takes a lot of current. No load current is about 10A while it was 1A before. Startup is very rough and fast, low speed is not possible. I changed phase cables a few times but did not find a better combination. So this must be a software issue ...

any idea what i can do?
So startup is rought and fast , low speed no possible. And asking all that current. I would say something about that angle is to much advanced.

Please first do the procedure as described on install page, about verifying phases wirings and hall sensors wirings.

Then, please measure the output signal of the phase current sensor while motor is stopped. The sensor has 3 pins: GND, VCC 5V and phase current signal. Please measure it and say here what is the value.

Finally, I just can think of the adjustment of angle offset on config.h, that default value is 0. Try to increase/decrease in steps of 10.
Thanks for fast response :D

i have done the hall sensor verification procedure. As i expected they are correct.

output from ACS712 is 2.5V while motor not running

by "running the motor at low speed is not possible" i mean even at lowest throttle it runs already pretty fast. With my other controller i can reach maybe 1 rotation per minute, while min speed on your firmware seems to be ~1 rotation per 3 sec. Is this intended? In general the motor "runs" at any speed. The only point is it takes way too much current. Also there is very rough braking when i release the throttle, probably have to disable regen?

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Post by casainho » May 20 2018 7:17am

dr_lulz wrote:
May 20 2018 7:10am
casainho wrote:
May 20 2018 6:19am
dr_lulz wrote:
May 20 2018 5:56am
Motor runs but takes a lot of current. No load current is about 10A while it was 1A before. Startup is very rough and fast, low speed is not possible. I changed phase cables a few times but did not find a better combination. So this must be a software issue ...

any idea what i can do?
So startup is rought and fast , low speed no possible. And asking all that current. I would say something about that angle is to much advanced.

Please first do the procedure as described on install page, about verifying phases wirings and hall sensors wirings.

Then, please measure the output signal of the phase current sensor while motor is stopped. The sensor has 3 pins: GND, VCC 5V and phase current signal. Please measure it and say here what is the value.

Finally, I just can think of the adjustment of angle offset on config.h, that default value is 0. Try to increase/decrease in steps of 10.
Thanks for fast response :D

i have done the hall sensor verification procedure. As i expected they are correct.

output from ACS712 is 2.5V while motor not running

by "running the motor at low speed is not possible" i mean even at lowest throttle it runs already pretty fast. With my other controller i can reach maybe 1 rotation per minute, while min speed on your firmware seems to be ~1 rotation per 3 sec. Is this intended? In general the motor "runs" at any speed. The only point is it takes way too much current. Also there is very rough braking when i release the throttle, probably have to disable regen?
Ok. So all hall sensors sequence is ok. I hope you also tested phase sequences.

2.5V is ok.

That is not intended. Also should not ask so much current but instead the same. Please test with the angle offset different values and keep an eye to the current used, torque when motor startup with load and startup correctly.

Regen may work incorrectly while the rest don't work well. But even, it can not be working well and need developement. Let's see what you get.
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Post by dr_lulz » May 20 2018 11:40am

I changed the foc angle offset from 0 to 50, but did not find a good spot between :(

i have disabled FOC and motor ran very good. Do all the features also work with FOC disabled?
I am especially wondering about current limit. So i could just run block mode for now

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Post by casainho » May 20 2018 1:43pm

dr_lulz wrote:
May 20 2018 11:40am
I changed the foc angle offset from 0 to 50, but did not find a good spot between :(

i have disabled FOC and motor ran very good. Do all the features also work with FOC disabled?
I am especially wondering about current limit. So i could just run block mode for now
Ok.

And 50 equals to 70 degrees which is a bit already. Please try on the inverse direction, like -10, -20, etc. And did you notice any change while testing that values??

Yes, current control works with FOC disabled. I think everything works with FOC disabled. But it should be very inefficient, asking to much current for the same torque...

So, for your tests, the thing is FOC not working well.... some other ideas:

Find this piece of code on motor.c:
if (UI8_ADC_MOTOR_CURRENT > ui8_adc_motor_current_offset)
{
// motor mode
if (ui8_adc_id_current > ADC_PHASE_B_CURRENT_ZERO_AMPS_FOC_MAX) { ui8_angle_correction++; }
else if (ui8_adc_id_current < ADC_PHASE_B_CURRENT_ZERO_AMPS_FOC_MIN) { ui8_angle_correction--; }
}
else
{
// regen mode
if (ui8_adc_id_current > ADC_PHASE_B_CURRENT_ZERO_AMPS_FOC_MAX) { ui8_angle_correction--; }
else if (ui8_adc_id_current < ADC_PHASE_B_CURRENT_ZERO_AMPS_FOC_MIN) { ui8_angle_correction++; }
}
Using the firmware you did download and your needed changes on config.h, exchange the ++ for -- and vice-versa on that piece of code.

Even more deep is the next test, delete all that code and put there only this 2 lines:
if (ui8_adc_id_current > ADC_PHASE_B_CURRENT_ZERO_AMPS_FOC_MAX) { ui8_angle_correction++; }
else if (ui8_adc_id_current < ADC_PHASE_B_CURRENT_ZERO_AMPS_FOC_MIN) { ui8_angle_correction--; }
Also even if not working, try to exchange the ++ for -- and vice-versa.

I must say this is all strange because recently we tested with different motors and all did work. Myself, I tested with S06S controller and Q85 motor.
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Post by Sinterpuck » May 20 2018 1:56pm

Hello there!

Im sorry if this is not the place to post this but i just have to ask you guys if you might help me with this "issue" im having.
I have one of these controllers that is listed on this website as seen below.
https://opensourceebikefirmware.bitbuck ... oller.html

I also have a topic open on this forum trying to get help to remove the "smooth start" that my controller has but that didn't really help me unfortunately.
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=93784&p=1372983#p1372983

I can see that the info mentions that the controller in the pictures of doesn't have a phase current sensor so what im wondering is if this is a phase current sensor and what it's objective is?
https://imgur.com/a/0KBqs5f

Im very happy with the way the whole bike is working with all functions etc but the smooth ramp up in power is just not working for me at all, it doesn't matter if the bike get's harder to use as long as i can get rid of this function because im almost only going to use it in the woods/trails.

I have a KT LCD3 display and i haven't been able to find a setting that removes the smooth starting but i might be missing something.
Here is a picture of the whole bike aswell if you want to see it =)
https://imgur.com/mwBsqoR

Again im sorry of this is not the place to post this.

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Post by casainho » May 20 2018 2:02pm

Sinterpuck wrote:
May 20 2018 1:56pm
Im very happy with the way the whole bike is working with all functions etc but the smooth ramp up in power is just not working for me at all, it doesn't matter if the bike get's harder to use as long as i can get rid of this function because im almost only going to use it in the woods/trails.
I don't know what is a "smooth startup". I think other users here are using some big motors and modded KT controllers with that motors to get high currents. Maybe they can tell you theirs experience at startup.
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Post by Sinterpuck » May 20 2018 3:05pm

casainho wrote:
May 20 2018 2:02pm
I don't know what is a "smooth startup". I think other users here are using some big motors and modded KT controllers with that motors to get high currents. Maybe they can tell you theirs experience at startup.
The controller gives very little power from the start and ramps it up slowly (smootly) so it's a comfortable ride, if i release the throttle and gives it full throttle while still riding i get a 0.5-1sec delay before it's back to full power.
I want to be able to get full power instantly instead of having to wait for the power to come on, it just doesn't work for hard trail riding.

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Post by honya96 » May 20 2018 4:55pm

Sinterpuck wrote:
May 20 2018 1:56pm
Hello there!

Im sorry if this is not the place to post this but i just have to ask you guys if you might help me with this "issue" im having.
I have one of these controllers that is listed on this website as seen below.
https://opensourceebikefirmware.bitbuck ... oller.html

I also have a topic open on this forum trying to get help to remove the "smooth start" that my controller has but that didn't really help me unfortunately.
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=93784&p=1372983#p1372983

I can see that the info mentions that the controller in the pictures of doesn't have a phase current sensor so what im wondering is if this is a phase current sensor and what it's objective is?
https://imgur.com/a/0KBqs5f

Im very happy with the way the whole bike is working with all functions etc but the smooth ramp up in power is just not working for me at all, it doesn't matter if the bike get's harder to use as long as i can get rid of this function because im almost only going to use it in the woods/trails.

I have a KT LCD3 display and i haven't been able to find a setting that removes the smooth starting but i might be missing something.
Here is a picture of the whole bike aswell if you want to see it =)
https://imgur.com/mwBsqoR

Again im sorry of this is not the place to post this.
Thats normal with stock FW.. nothing you can do with it.

Last time I tried this custom FW it wasnt faster yet, maybe its better now.

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Post by casainho » May 21 2018 12:04pm

So, on TSDZ2 we can read original firmware from flash memory of STM8. Then we disassembled and started to look around and I wanted to send the motor current value to LCD (done!), just like happens on KT. The firmware should be similar and it is interesting to see how the guys did the main loop, the ADC readings, the big array for SVM(??) of 3888 bytes while we are using just 256 bytes array, etc.

So, if anyone is interested to look at our currents knowledge of the original firmware: viewtopic.php?p=1381811#p1381811
Here is the TSDZ2 original firmware with an improvement to send motor current to LCD (still original LCD does not read motor current). This is mostly for developers/advanced users that may want to use LCD3 instead of the original LCD or some Arduino, etc.

TSDZ2_original_firmware-Flexible.zip

After disassembling we got good insights of some parts of the firmware do work. We could understand how data is sent to LCD and we could add our own function with the needed changes to send the current to the LCD.

Here is current disassembled file with our knowledge: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
Image

And our added code at strong red color:

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Post by ASAP Speed » May 22 2018 10:04am

is this controller used at scrooser?

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Post by casainho » May 24 2018 3:09am

About the BMSBattery torque sensor breaking

Until now I got no answer from BMSBattery (despise my insistence) about the breaking of 2 of my bottom bracket torque sensors. The other 3 installed on my 3 ebikes with KT controllers and running our firmware, are doing well.

So, I am being developing firmware for LCD3 as also some little improvements for TSDZ2 original firmware. I am also using my ebike with TSDZ2.
As I wanted to test the battery max current TSDZ2 use at different assist level, yesterday I went with my ebike to a climb and did the max force I could and did repeat like 15 times (in fact, the climb is at the entrance of my garage). Later, while doing a normal ride, the right pedal fall off and the thread between the pedal and the crank (this crank comes with TSDZ2 kit) was damaged so that it no longer works -- and a lot of users are using this TSDZ2 cranks but no one is talking about this issue. This issue did happen also on my right side and I think that is because I always start pedaling with my right leg and so I do more force on that side.

To resume: I think it is no coincidence, I think that or I am doing to much force on the pedals with my weight (100kg) and legs or I am pushing the threads too tightly.
For the BMSBattery torque sensor, I started to tighten the threads lightly and use glue that secures the screws.
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Post by stancecoke » May 24 2018 4:27am

There are many reports about broken bottom bracket shafts, broken bearings, gearwheels and defective freewheels in the german forum. It is not for nothing that spare parts for the TSDZ2 are available at every corner :shock:

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Post by casainho » May 24 2018 4:54am

stancecoke wrote:
May 24 2018 4:27am
There are many reports about broken bottom bracket shafts, broken bearings, gearwheels and defective freewheels in the german forum. It is not for nothing that spare parts for the TSDZ2 are available at every corner :shock:
Thanks. I wasn't aware of that.
Still, I will try to use less force when tighten screws and go ahead using this systems and learn with the experience. I think time will tell.
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Post by casainho » May 24 2018 11:53pm

Looking at the assembly code of TSDZ2 motor, I found:
The next code will read the hall sensor state:
Read 4 times the same value in sequence to assume it, otherwise keep reading up to get the same read value 4 times.
I think maybe is a good idea to read 2 or more times the same value on hall sensors because of the noise on the signals... something that we could implement on our firmware.
In fact, on TSDZ2 firmware seems that always read 4 times each digital signal.
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Post by casainho » May 27 2018 10:14am

I developed the firmware the LCD3 up to a point that is most usable (at least for TSDZ2 motor since it does not have many options). Anyone interested to help develop for KT controllers and our firmware??

Things I would like to see:
- filtering motor power and just show in 10W step (I just did that for TSDZ2!!)
- show regen current, by show the number of regen current + brake symbol
casainho wrote:
May 27 2018 10:09am
After 2 days, I got it working and I finally can swap the TSDZ2 original LCD to KT LCD3. Many thanks to hurzhurz for improving the original firmware.

KT LCD3 showing the following data from TSDZ2 motor:
- battery voltage
- motor power in watts
- bicycle wheel speed
- motor assist level
- brakes state
- battery state of charge



The motor power is clearly going to zero when it should not, this is clearly an issue that I need to improve. For the calcs, I am using the same filtered and stable voltage we can can on LCD. I guess the only source of issues is the current value sent by the controller... maybe I am doing something wrong somewhere...

After, I want to start calc the motor used Wh for the current trip.
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Post by Basia » May 27 2018 11:56am

Need your help! bought a controller kt36/48svpr inside pcb KTE-SVP5. I can not adjust the brake. at the maximum level of regeneration very strongly vibrates and makes noises when I press the brake. in the settings of LCD6 in the "C2" set 2. firmware standard.
https://youtu.be/Y1o3MngT2L4

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Post by dr_lulz » May 27 2018 1:48pm

casainho wrote:
May 20 2018 7:17am

2.5V is ok.
i have double checked the phase current sensor today and found that the current path is completely bridged, all 4 pins are connected.
Maybe thats the reason my controller does not really work. I am just wondering why it worked with original firmware :?:

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Post by chilltrout » May 28 2018 9:50am

Basia wrote:
May 27 2018 11:56am
Need your help! bought a controller kt36/48svpr inside pcb KTE-SVP5. I can not adjust the brake. at the maximum level of regeneration very strongly vibrates and makes noises when I press the brake. in the settings of LCD6 in the "C2" set 2. firmware standard.
https://youtu.be/Y1o3MngT2L4
Bad phase or hall wire combo? is it gutless and the wires to the motor get hot when the wheel is loaded?

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Post by Basia » May 29 2018 1:57am

chilltrout wrote:
May 28 2018 9:50am
Basia wrote:
May 27 2018 11:56am
Need your help! bought a controller kt36/48svpr inside pcb KTE-SVP5. I can not adjust the brake. at the maximum level of regeneration very strongly vibrates and makes noises when I press the brake. in the settings of LCD6 in the "C2" set 2. firmware standard.
https://youtu.be/Y1o3MngT2L4
Bad phase or hall wire combo? is it gutless and the wires to the motor get hot when the wheel is loaded?
Accelerates and goes very well. problems with the brake only. the wheel does not heat up when driving.

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Re: KT motor controllers -- Flexible OpenSource firmware for BMSBattery S/Kunteng KT motor controllers (0.25kW up to 5kW

Post by honya96 » May 31 2018 1:52pm

Basia wrote:
May 27 2018 11:56am
Need your help! bought a controller kt36/48svpr inside pcb KTE-SVP5. I can not adjust the brake. at the maximum level of regeneration very strongly vibrates and makes noises when I press the brake. in the settings of LCD6 in the "C2" set 2. firmware standard.
https://youtu.be/Y1o3MngT2L4
Thats normal with stock fw.

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