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Re: Smartphone EV trip dashboard + NAV - Android/iOS - $119

Post by Powervelocity.com » Jan 11 2019 6:30pm

Hmm, that may be a good idea. I'll add it to the feature request list.
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The obvious for me would be switching between the main realtime usage screen and the map. But being able to assign a flic to other stuff within the app could be nice :-)

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Post by handbaked » Jan 12 2019 5:04am

Thanks

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Post by Powervelocity.com » Jan 16 2019 7:19pm

New version is out for Android and iOS is coming in the next couple days.
New features:

- Bicycle routing and highway avoidance navigation is now configurable from Settings.
- Basic cell voltage monitoring is added - requires Bluetooth enabled BMS which we'll be offering in these configurations:
20-30s 100A, 150A and 200A. Pricing coming soon.

BMS support will get prettier in the next few weeks and gain more configurable features.
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Post by MJSfoto1956 » Jan 17 2019 7:19pm

Woah. That is going to be a lot to document! :P
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Post by handbaked » Jan 21 2019 5:17pm

Will you only be aiming for the high voltage/high power EV's with your BMS? Would be interested for a 48v, 2kw setup.

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Post by Powervelocity.com » Jan 23 2019 2:39am

Yes, 10-20S BMSes are not problem, can be supported. I just thought high power rather than less power is more fun, isn't it?


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Will you only be aiming for the high voltage/high power EV's with your BMS? Would be interested for a 48v, 2kw setup.

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Post by handbaked » Jan 23 2019 5:59am

Do you have said bms' available now? Or are they in the pipeline? More power is more fun to an extent. Not on a cargo bike I carry my kids on though. Not really up for wheelies on that build :-)

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Post by croydon » Feb 01 2019 11:31am

wil also a 300a bms avaible?


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Post by Powervelocity.com » Feb 11 2019 3:03am

I am expecting to have a stock of lower power, low cell count BMSes in three weeks.
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Do you have said bms' available now? Or are they in the pipeline? More power is more fun to an extent. Not on a cargo bike I carry my kids on though. Not really up for wheelies on that build :-)

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Post by handbaked » Feb 24 2019 5:50pm

ok great. Please alert on here when in stock.

thanks.
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I am expecting to have a stock of lower power, low cell count BMSes in three weeks.
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Do you have said bms' available now? Or are they in the pipeline? More power is more fun to an extent. Not on a cargo bike I carry my kids on though. Not really up for wheelies on that build :-)

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Post by handbaked » Mar 13 2019 3:21am

Powervelocity.com wrote:I am expecting to have a stock of lower power, low cell count BMSes in three weeks.
handbaked wrote:
Jan 23 2019 5:59am
Do you have said bms' available now? Or are they in the pipeline? More power is more fun to an extent. Not on a cargo bike I carry my kids on though. Not really up for wheelies on that build :-)

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Are these in stock now?

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Post by Powervelocity.com » Mar 18 2019 3:27pm

3/18/2019

- Weather forecast is added to dashboard screen - please update from App Store or Google Play.
This meant to give you a quick idea whether it is going to rain or snow any time during your ride.
The forecast time is adjustable from 3 to 24 hours in Settings.

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Post by Nixunen » Sep 03 2019 7:04pm

If i am understand correctly there is no pairing or any pin code etc when you connect your phone to controller bt ? So this allow anyone with Powervelocity app in their phone to connect your bike / controller and change settings, some of those can be quite hazard (like if you are use to have soft start at your throttle and someone just change it to off etc, or set lvc too low etc). And this can happen basically everywhere like when you are waiting at traffic lights, and somebody want to change settings in car next to you.

If that is the case is there coming update which add like pin code, so you cannot connect without it or something ? Or do i need to remove program cable / connector after i change settings how i like them to be.

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Post by Ebuilt » Sep 07 2019 1:48am

Are you meth paranoid or have you been sucking chrome off the trailer hitch? Nobody driving by is going to have the powervelocity app and turn it on and connect to your controller and reset everything on the fly when they are 25’ away from you and then you will burn up into a ball...no, nobody, ever. Nobody cares about ebikes dude. Nobody knows about powervelocity other than a couple hundred nerds. If youre not retarted you wont throttle it after you realize something is wrong after you throttle it once. Once again, not like anything like that will ever happen in your life. Jeezus fckkkiung crisp.
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Post by MJSfoto1956 » Sep 07 2019 11:15am

Ebuilt wrote:
Sep 07 2019 1:48am
Are you meth paranoid or have you been sucking chrome off the trailer hitch? Nobody driving by is going to have the powervelocity app and turn it on and connect to your controller and reset everything on the fly when they are 25’ away from you and then you will burn up into a ball...no, nobody, ever. Nobody cares about ebikes dude. Nobody knows about powervelocity other than a couple hundred nerds. If youre not retarted you wont throttle it after you realize something is wrong after you throttle it once. Once again, not like anything like that will ever happen in your life. Jeezus fckkkiung crisp.
There is a large percentage of Americans that always seem to NEED a bogeyman. I feel sorry for them. That would be my description of hell on earth.
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Post by Powervelocity.com » Sep 08 2019 11:49am

A software update is coming out soon. It will add user sign in requirement and tie modules to their respective owner accounts. No one would be able to connect to a module unless the pre-established association of a module with user account can be verified.

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Post by E-HP » Jan 07 2020 1:53am

Nice interface. I can't wait to use it (next rainy day project is my controller swap out).

Which features rely on online data to work, vs information stored on the phone? I'm thinking about making a permanent dashboard using an old phone, but not getting service. Instead, I'd just wi-fi to the phone I carry in my pocket, or pickup wi-fi from my cable wi-fi network, assuming that the app is fine with wi-fi.

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Post by Powervelocity.com » Jan 07 2020 12:15pm

Most data is stored in the module non-volatile memory, so it's saved between power cycles or app reinstalls.
Internet connection is needed for weather and over the air updates. Wifi totally works for that.

The Next Gen controller we are getting ready to release soon has the BT module built in and is tightly integrated with the app.
E-HP wrote:
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Nice interface. I can't wait to use it (next rainy day project is my controller swap out).

Which features rely on online data to work, vs information stored on the phone? I'm thinking about making a permanent dashboard using an old phone, but not getting service. Instead, I'd just wi-fi to the phone I carry in my pocket, or pickup wi-fi from my cable wi-fi network, assuming that the app is fine with wi-fi.

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Post by dventu » Jan 16 2020 8:30pm

Hey Power velocity,

I've been trying to order a replacement for months now. You are being unresponsive via email. Can you send me your PayPal email so that I can make a payment? I would like to get my bike back together.

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Post by handbaked » Feb 08 2020 1:01pm

I am trying to just use the dashboard version. I bought it ages ago, but ha e only just tried plugging it in. When it's plugged into the CA cable on my Lyen it just stops the lyen from responding/doing anything at all.

I see a post that states the green cable needs removing from the CA cable, is that what is causing the bike to not turn the motor?

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Post by Powervelocity.com » Feb 08 2020 2:20pm

Yes, try to remove the green cable from CA plug.
handbaked wrote:
Feb 08 2020 1:01pm
I am trying to just use the dashboard version. I bought it ages ago, but ha e only just tried plugging it in. When it's plugged into the CA cable on my Lyen it just stops the lyen from responding/doing anything at all.

I see a post that states the green cable needs removing from the CA cable, is that what is causing the bike to not turn the motor?

Thanks.

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Re: Smartphone EV trip dashboard + NAV - Android/iOS - $119

Post by LamereCycles » Feb 19 2020 12:02pm

Are the bluetooth bms features compatible with any bms modules or only the ones you are producing? Would love to get all pack voltage info through your app instead of having to switch between the two. Cant wait to see it in action!

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Post by Powervelocity.com » Feb 19 2020 4:52pm

Each BMS has it's own communication protocol. Currently, it's compatible with Xiaoxiang BMS which is pretty popular kind. Basic monitoring, like cell level voltages, temperatures, etc. is working now but more functionality will be added over time. Other protocol support may be added later as well.
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Are the bluetooth bms features compatible with any bms modules or only the ones you are producing? Would love to get all pack voltage info through your app instead of having to switch between the two. Cant wait to see it in action!

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Post by LamereCycles » Feb 19 2020 7:23pm

Seeing the popularity with the ANT-BMS systems will that be on the list?
Powervelocity.com wrote:
Feb 19 2020 4:52pm
Each BMS has it's own communication protocol. Currently, it's compatible with Xiaoxiang BMS which is pretty popular kind. Basic monitoring, like cell level voltages, temperatures, etc. is working now but more functionality will be added over time. Other protocol support may be added later as well.
LamereCycles wrote:
Feb 19 2020 12:02pm
Are the bluetooth bms features compatible with any bms modules or only the ones you are producing? Would love to get all pack voltage info through your app instead of having to switch between the two. Cant wait to see it in action!

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