Obiwan007 wrote:My older bike does not have a proportional regen capable controller. However I want to use the new TripWire e-brake switches through the CA. Is it possible to set up the CA so that it signals the controller to engage old style infinion regen braking? Or will I need to run my TripWire cables down to the controller?
justin_le wrote:Nope, it'll be fine. What you actually want to do is leave the white LED jumper soldered together, then hook up two wires to a simple toggle switch or button which will short out the red LED pads. When the switch is closed, both the red and the white LED's are in parallel, but the red LED's have a lower forwards voltage drop so they'll take all the current while the white LED's won't have anything flowing through them. When you short those two wires with a switch, the backlight will go red, and when you open the switch it will revert back to white.
That would actually be really cool to see a CA set up like this with a simple day/night selector switch so I encourage you to open it and perform the simple wiring mod. There is room inside the CA enclosure for the body of a small toggle switch so it would stay self contained.
madin88 wrote:wasn't there once more settings for the battery?
Like that it shows 100-0% soc if the battery only is used within, lets say 10-90% for longer lifespan?
radix wrote:I installed v3.1 beta 15 a few days ago....
I noticed a small bug in PAS assist power factor setting in CA menus. When I adjusted the numbers and pressed left button long a few times to return to edit +/- sign, the sign turned into numbers and the only way to get out of the menu was rebooting CA.
radix wrote:If presets are controlled by analog aux, then preset cannot be changed by CA buttons. But if digiaux controls presets, then also CA buttons can change the preset. In my use it would be better, if changing preset by CA buttons was disabled when digiaux controls presets.
radix wrote:PAS assist power factor (W/rpm) was a good addition. However, it would be much more flexible, if the rpm after which more power is applied, could be changed from 55.
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