Yes, that's a well known quirk with the old software, it comes historically from the fact that it was written for lower voltage controllers (like up to 48v). We have fixed that issue in the smartphone application, so the settings you set are the settings you get. If you are using the Windows software, simply multiply your wanted value by 0.69 to get the corresponding value in the software for LVC and regen voltage.
For example, your 65v regen settings will be around 94v actual. You wan to drop it to around 58v in the software to get 84v of actual regen voltage.
Also, 70v for 20s LVC sounds a bit too high. Try to drop it to 60v actual, that is 41v in the settings and test.
You may also want change the strength from current 40 units to 70. This needs to be adjusted individually to each motor. 40 may be to weak for yours.
Baron wrote:Some things I noticed while experimenting with the programming software you sent me:
After a lot of trial and error, I needed to set LVC to 48V to get around 70V LVC for my 20S lipo battery.
battery amps are actually about 5a higher than what you program them to be, according to the wattmeter on my batteries. it could a faulty wattmeter reading but it shows 45a when i set the program to 40a.
I haven't begun trying to get regen braking to work yet, I figured I'd ask here first. What should I set for Regen(V)? I'm running 20S lipo, which is 84V full, 74V nominal.
I want to use the green button on the throttle you sold me for regen, you told me to wire one wire to EBS - and the other to the ground (black). I'm pretty sure my wiring is right, but I'll double check tomorrow. I'm not getting any regen with Regen(V) set to 65. I'll post a screenshot of my settings