Now after the test.https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activ ... nique_id=9
Mileage 39 of my 100% charged battery left me with about 25%. With a claim of 75% the distance traveled is 40km.
The controller settings were made just like my old controller. The maximum amps were 45A and the mod speed was 55A. I used it 3-4 times in 30 seconds,
Conclusion: I will go 50 km a day and thus I will save the battery, because with 55A front speeds and mod 75A speed the battery runs out in 25 km.
I'm already 98% back on the old controller.
Tell me what to do because I'm split.
Something else happened to me today. As I was driving, after about 30 km of transition, the engine suddenly switched off. I drove no more than 40km on a straight road without loading.
Stopping and the engine did not work. When I lifted the seat, the fuse was off. I tried turning it on but it didn't work. It was at least 60-70 degrees warm and I assumed it was overheated. I waited for it to cool down but it didn't work again.
After I dropped the fuse, I do not know for what reason the two DC-DC converters 72 to 12 volts were damaged.
Both burned at the same time. Now I have to buy new ones. I'm trying to figure out the reason why if I buy new and they burn?
PS. Could the engine have been returned to high voltage after the automatic fuse has been switched off and the inverters burned out?
Because now, as I said after the accident, I wrote 99 volts on my board.
Help me to solve the mystery.