Cycle Analyst V2.3 Standalone Shunt Resistor

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dilkes   100 W

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Cycle Analyst V2.3 Standalone Shunt Resistor

Post by dilkes » Oct 16 2018 5:18pm

Does anyone know the resistance is for the molded shunt that comes with the V2.3 Standalone? Mine seems to be acting up and I am trying to do some troubleshooting.

Many thanks.

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Re: Cycle Analyst V2.3 Standalone Shunt Resistor

Post by Killer-B » Oct 16 2018 8:05pm

The stand alone shunt resister from Grin is 1 OHM.

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Re: Cycle Analyst V2.3 Standalone Shunt Resistor

Post by teklektik » Oct 16 2018 11:07pm

dilkes wrote:
Oct 16 2018 5:18pm
Does anyone know the resistance is for the molded shunt that comes with the V2.3 Standalone?
1.403 mOhm
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Re: Cycle Analyst V2.3 Standalone Shunt Resistor

Post by amberwolf » Oct 17 2018 1:03am

I thought (perhaps mistakenly) that the molded SA shunts were 1.0 milliohm?

http://www.ebikes.ca/shop/electric-bicy ... t-ca3.html

I couldn't find a reference in the 2.3 manual
https://www.ebikes.ca/documents/CycleAnalyst_V23Web.pdf
that actually said what it was, just that it came precalibrated to the included shunt, and that if setting a shunt resistance value, the best calibration is not to set it to the resistance, but to set it to show a correct reading based on a known-correct current reading.

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