There are no parenthesis allowed in the path to the firmware folder. Please rename the path.
I don't know exactly, but I think there will be a default value different from zero. But the original firmware doesn't work with any PAS without adjusting parameter C1 with the LCD display.
If the motor runs smooth and quiet with the throtte, the assignment is OK!
Yes, motor runs smoothly with throttle building up speed when more throttle is turned. But about the noise, I have no reference whatsoever how the motor should sound. There is a sound of course but it doesn't sound anything too loud or alarming so I guess it's fine.
I have renamed the path. there are some other problems, maybe Start_Compiling.bat run badly?
can you translate the chinese messages?
I know very little about eclipse or sdcc,i guess many Options is setted wrong.thanksstancecoke wrote: ↑Oct 14 2018 2:37amcan you translate the chinese messages?
please tell us which commit you are using and post the whole log from the console window. You can ingore the red lines from the -clean part, they don't matter.
compiling is OK now, the flashing tool is found, too. Now it seems that you have a problem with the STLink. Check if the STLink drivers are installed properly by windows in the device manager. Please make sure that you use very short wires from the STLink to the controller. There were many reports, that it doesn't work with longer wires.
First a big thank you to you, Xnyle, the project has benefited a lot from your efforts
Thanks! i will try although it's hard for me.Xnyle wrote: ↑Oct 14 2018 11:10amIgnore the file not found messages, as the script only tries to delete old stuff that isn't there.
sdcc must be in your path though (as the readme states, read it!) The whole build process is rather bodged together as nobody really cares from the moment on that it's running.
If you're unsure, use the Java Configurator first and only if you understand what's going on try to build via Eclipse.
you can ignore the warnings!
the motor:36v250w,Waterproof Hall Sensor,i donnot konwn the reduction ratio.i didnot change the config.h
stancecoke wrote: ↑Oct 17 2018 9:20amOK, this seems to be the default setup. Do you use a 48V battery? If you use a 36V battery you have to set
- undervoltage limit to 111
- serial cells to 10
If you use a 6FET controller set
- Battery current cal a to 10 (for this old commit)
If the motor is noisy at start up, play around with motor specific angle, start with 212 and vary the value in +/- 5 steps.
p.s. if you change to the recent commit, please read the wiki carefully
the motor specific angle is not 212 as recommented in your screenshot?!
The former ride modes are defined in a different way now.
Yes, the LCD5 uses the same protocol as the LCD3, so it works also.
Xnyle offered to implement functions via the LCD display in the german forum already, please just contact him per PM. Iguess the LED Displays are using the same protocol.