The intention of FastRamp is to find a quick way for the throttle output to 'catch up' to whatever voltage starts having an effect on the controller, and then once it detects that it is having an effect (presently seeing if the current is >2.5 amps) then it switches to the slower UpRamp rate so that the actual engagement of motor power is moderated. In general you would want the fast ramp to be dialed in to quickly span through the 'dead zone' but not to overshoot with much kick once it hits the point where it has an effect. I don't see why you would want that different from one preset to the next?Kepler wrote:Yes I figured it would be a memory issue holding back on making FastRamp preset-specific. I actually find FastRamp a more important setting to be preset-specific then UpRamp because it is constantly in play when riding while on and off the throttle. UpRamp is important also but comes into play less because it only comes into play from a dead stop.
Once the CA has figured out that the throttle output is engaging the controller, then UpRamp takes over and controls how fast your feel the power kick in, and this makes sense to have preset specific depending on sensitive or dampened you want a particular mode. Is that how you are using it or did you have some other understanding?
Going back to 2 battery profiles instead of 3 would free up TONS of space. The CA is keeping track of the total amp hours, life cycles, internal resistances not to mention the cell count, chemistry, LVC, for each pack, and that adds up to a lot of bytes. I guess there aren't that many people who swap around between 3 different batteries, but to have 2 packs is pretty common and something I definitely want to keep.The CA3 is so feature rich and I use just about every feature available on my setups. However, if memory does need to be free'd up to improve some of the functionality, personally I could live without the multiple battery profiles or perhaps just 2 battery preset profiles.
In a quick informal poll here, are there any other users who make use of 3 different battery profiles, or would the general consensus be that it's OK to drop it back to two and then have more room for mode preset parameters?