I have an update for you, and a question too.
So first of all, I got all the parts now. Controller, batteries, BMS and circuit breaker are stored in electrical waterproof box. I will add two 80mm fans with their own switch too and some cap so when it rains the box stays waterproof.
I haven't connected dc-dc converter yet. I will also have a smartphone charger on my bike.
At the moment I'm waiting on my dropouts adapter to be finished. So this is the problem:
Few days ago I did a test with cycle analyst. Firstly I modified my controller for CA-DP connector and wired everything up. When I powered on my ebike and when cycle analyst turned on it started to add a throttle itself. Motor started spinning and stopped after a few seconds and it did that in a loop until I turned of my ebike. I wired everything right. The only thing that it isn't as it should be is that I used 2.2k ohm instead of 2k ohm resistor on a grey throttle signal terminal. Do you think that this is the problem? I was planing on doing some further testing but I'm affraid that the dropouts won't hold the motor in it's place.
When I disconnect the Cycle analyst and have throttle wired directly to the controller everything works normal.
Today I turned on my ebike just to check cycle analyst's menu and functions. I connected everything except the motor because I don't want it to spin again by itself. And this is what CA does.
I don't need to touch any buttons and CA goes through menu and goes into settings by itself. Is this because I didn't connect the motor or do you think I have a faulty unit?