Per the CA v3 info page at Grin:DanGT86 wrote: ↑Nov 23 2019 11:23amSorry if this is covered somewhere in the 180 pages of this thread. I'd like to further understand the function of pass through throttle.
Which limiters are in effect in pass thru mode?
Specifically, is the ramp up time still active? Do the minimum voltage input and output settings go away in pass thru?
So the up and down ramps are still active, and it still uses the throttle signal voltage mapping, but it doesn't use any of the closed-loop modifiers, like Current, Speed, or Power, to modulate throttle.Pass-Thru: User throttle is linearly mapped from the input throttle range to the output throttle range, with throttle rate limiting applied if necessary. Throttle behavior is similar to having the throttle directly connected to the motor controller. [Default]
Speed limits, power limits, current limits, all still limit it.
As opposed to Pass-Thru, Bypass mode literally just sends the same throttle signal out that came in.
The manual itself or Teklektik's UUG (first page of this thread) might explain it better than me; haven't checked it in a while.