jbalat wrote: ↑
Nov 27 2018 10:36pm
it says 20A continuous so should be able to get 16A @ 42v = 672W max
up the 16A to 18 to get more
short click and imediate long click of the top button when viewing the voltage to toggle to Amps
Not sure of my exact settings but something like 0.7, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5 but I always ride on level 2 or 3
set limit power to zero in the top/middle buttons. Even if you set it to like 800w it always gives you less watts than setting to zero.
I try to run at 220w continuous as a rule
Yeah, I was looking at the code for displaying amps, knew it was possible but havnt tried it yet.
Your assist levels are pretty close to defaults which are 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5
As a reference, these are close to the bosch (see Support Level % in link)
https://www.bosch-ebike.com/us/products ... e-line-cx/
Yes, power level, Im not sure is correctly implemented, wherever I see it used in the code there is a comment of "TODO"
I will try it tomorrow on the workout stand with power limit of 0 and some other power level to see if I can see a difference.
As implemented, it(power limit) seems to be tied to startup power boost feature. Specifically, current limit based upon power limit seems to only take effect if "limit boost power to max battery power value" field in 'startup power boost" is set to 1 (ebike_app.c line 258 in 0.16.0). Im still digging thru the code and could be wrong (happens all the time)
So much trickery in the code to work on an 8 bit processor, reminds me of software I wrote in the 80s. Hopefully manufacturers will upgrade to STM32 F3 processor, probably wouldnt add more than one or two dollars in costs.
Your in the drone/FPV hobby(as am I), its like comparing multiwii to betaflight (or even baseflight/cleanflight)