Allex wrote:Yes it does work(stops the bike). Andrey insist that I make it variable, but This will be a project for later. The mini should have the same functionality as max. Try to add a button.
by golly, it does work.
in pic below, i have a hall wired in for variable regen brake, but am jumping the red and white here (w/ yellow alligator clips in background) and see that it triggers regen (display says 'brake' when regen active):
disregard negative amps - i was charging at the same time.
i've got some old ebrakes that open a switch when the lever is pulled, so might just pull out that switch to attach to my lever, to get full regen whenever i pull the lever, if i can't get variable regen working.
if you recall, i did have variable regen working fine w/ a similar hall, but the controller isn't recognizing the new one when i try to calibrate it.
fyi, i asked andrey, and he said: "And about the hall sensors, there are different hall sensors, some of them have lowest voltage of ~3.2 volts, and some of them have 4.2 volts, the ones with 4.2 could result in errors when using with our controller. so in case of replacement please use the ones with 3.2v lowest voltage."