White wire is the temperature input you can run from your motor, battery, or anything else you like.
Green wire is the external Bluetooth antenna (don't cut it off).
Power rollback based on the temperature inputs requires running the throttle via the Bluetooth. New external modules shipped after May 1 has such capability. If you are comfortable soldering a few wires, you can run five programming wires outside of the controller. Then get the external module and connect it up. You would also need to use the CA connector on the controller for dashboard functionality and you have that one already. Then you just plug your throttle to the module and you should be good to go.
Rs.Anton wrote: ↑
May 10, 2018 2:51 am
Powervelocity.com wrote: ↑
May 09, 2018 1:35 am
All modules shipped after May 1 are external. They all have hardware to support power rollback based on predefined temperature of the controller or the motor (or the battery, if you choose to monitor battery temperature). This is to be implemented via software update. To take advantage of the thermal rollback, the throttle need to be connected via the BT module.
All modules with dashboard (including internal and external) have temperature protection for controller. This means the controller will shut down if the temperature threshold is breached. It's already implemented in all modules.
Rs.Anton wrote: ↑
May 07, 2018 4:53 am
Will internal module of your controller products include this option? Оr this is hardware case that only new external modules cary?
OK, i've ordered the 18fet with Bt module in 26 feb 2018, i also have unknown 2 wires white and green coming from BT module could you tell me what are they for. For others this may be informative as well. Can you offer me some sort of module that i can add on and use this function of thurmal control of battery or motor? Also i'm going to change phase and battery wires for thicker 8awg as i will be running long range to battery and motor and be pulling 70amps. How should i set and measure my shunt resistance, so to change it in program? I believe this parameter could change do to additional soldering of wires. Thank you.