This is along the same lines that I experienced. Occasionally, power will not come back until a new command is entered into the controller. That could be a brake trigger, throttle input, or pause & restart of pedal cadence.Ypedal wrote:Short test ride No.2, using throttle only ( not pedaling ) going up a slight incline, accelerating, and shifting to a smaller cog, there are times when the power shuts off and does not come back on until you release the throttle and come back on.. not all the time, but on occasion... This MAY have to do with the way i installed the unit... .. easier to explain with pictures.
Yup! I got something right for a change. BTW now that I've let them know what has transpired they've gone silent. As well as the USA distributor they're working on. I've written him and asked how the testing was going. Nada!Ypedal wrote:I installed it inline on my frame where there is no cable housing, secured the unit to the frame with tape ( it was not moving, at all.. 100% certain ) .. so no need to re-do my housings muahahah.
I have two different versions of the hidden wire brake sensor, and none of them will work as shift sensors. They only sense movement in one direction, and only turn off again when the magnet inside is returnet to the off position.cycborg wrote:Just spitballing here, but I wonder if the hidden wire brake sensor could be adapted to this application. From a little clicking around, it's not clear whether its activation mode is appropriate for shift vs. brake cable operation. Anybody have one that could comment?
Contact the company. I contacted them because I was personally interested. I have no association with the company. I have several but shipping to you is expensive and I have no financial interest in their success. Have you tried contacting them?izeman wrote:i would still like to test. i got a bbs02 installed on one bike (and it's REALLY needed there!), but could also test on my 2kw kona with middrive. so if you want me to test PM me please.
Lectric cycles was purported to be in line to be the US distributor, but as is typical in my experience , leGrand is much talk and little action. Numerous emails to him and Gear Sensor remain unanswered. My last contact with GS representative accused us of having skewed the testing by tweeking Bafang software. Which is untrue. GS has refused to reply. As has LC. None of the samples I distributed were consistent performers.skyungjae wrote:... so nothing came of this?