Hi Stancecoke, I am new on this list and was a little bit lost in this long thread but I appreciate your new wiki and I started to install the softwares. I think that you could mention that the installation is for Windows (which I don't have anymore but can install with VirtualBox). Also you could add a precision and say "download and install a complete version of SDCC (with includes and libraries)". I was willing to keep my C: drive small (the virtual fdi) and got errors on the includes (and libraries). But I have been able to get the main.ihx successfully for a 36V 10.4Ah battery.
Other point, would it be possible to remember, close to the default 45, that in the EU the max speed for a pedelec is 25km/h?
I also have an additional question. As I just bought a ST-Link V2 with a short 4 wires cable, I haven't tested (yet) the electric connection with the TSDZ2 via the 6-pin male connector; but I was wondering if you could add a first menu to your very nice configurator which could help the new user to transmit the original stock firmware of the motor and save it on the C: drive. That initial step would also test the electric connection and wiring.
I read or viewed from early jbalat YouTube videos that 3 panes have to be saved and I can understand that this initial new step could not be easily implemented in your Java configurator.
In any case, I thank you (and the others casaino etc) very much in your efforts to improve and simplify the processing.
PS: I haven't tested this new firmware yet and I am still using the stock original firmware which is quite good for me (250W) but I would appreciate if I could read somewhere what are the real major improvements with the open-source. For example why a linear torque curve is clearly better than the original parabolic and if it is so clear why Tongsheng did not adapt it to their stock new motor. The "benefits" that are included in the readme "The motor runs more efficient therefore it becomes more powerful and consumes less energy." and "The ebike will feel more responsive and agile." could be more convincing with a link to a technical reference.
PPS: I have two TSDZ2 motor a first one with a new Vermont E-Jersey German with a VLCD5 and an Aliiexpress adapted to an old bike with an XH18. I would like to change the VLCD5 monitor with a new XH18 monitor. My question is: is it possible to change the monitor keeping the original firmware in place? And if the answer is yes, why should we have to choose between VLCD6, VLCD5 and XH18? Could it be the same firmware in the future? (I know that temperature and new ad-dons could be important).