There is no secret about it. Two green wires are for built-in micro switch that Domino has. That's where that click comes from when you fully release the throttle. In most cases, you just don't connect them to anything although I've seen people wiring them to ebrake. So, fully releasing the throttle cuts the power for sure or regen kicks in if enabled.
In regards to the voltage mapping, the basic idea is to shift the output voltage on a resistive throttle like Domino or Magura from 0-5v to something like 1-3.6v as this is what the controller expects. This eliminates the dead band at the low and high ends of the throttle.
The starting threshold on the controller is actually 1.3v, so the throttle resting voltage of 1-1.2v would be ideal. You can achieve this with a voltage divider. Then you need to drop, the top voltage from 4.7v from the controller output to something like to 3.6-4v. You can do that by adding a diode or a resistor in line with the red/power wire.
The new BT modules, however, do voltage mapping automatically.
Ebuilt wrote: ↑
Aug 13, 2018 12:58 am
Do you have an open source info of how to wire in Domino throttles to your controllers? My half twist throttle works just fine with your controller, but the Domino has two extra wires than what comes out of the controller. Also, whats this about wiring resistors or pots into the throttle? If you can post a picture here for me and anyone else who might have this question, would be great!