Hi.wpenner wrote: ↑Jul 11 2019 3:15pmAwesome. My friends bike came with a different wiring harness and a 850c display, i guess it uses the stock firmware? Do you think your firmware might be compatible with the display if i select LCD5?marcoq wrote: ↑Jul 11 2019 2:56amTranslated by Google Translator:
With this publication I officially released version 3.6 of the Java configurator and version M0.19.A for the controller board firmware.
What has been done:
- In the last release released, the eMTB mode started from TOUR assistance (up to TURBO), now with the configurator it is possible to define the starting assistance level "eMTB Start Assist Level", for example you can set it to 10, 20, 50, etc ... but must not exceed the level of SPORT assistance.
- I introduced the parameter eMTB Motor Pull Factor, which can be set from 0.0 to 1.0, this determines "the pull of the motor", or if I put a low value I get that the motor reaches the highest assistance values with "less effort", if I put a low value, I'll have to "commit" a little more with the pedals.
- In the project folder there is an eMTB.xls spreadsheet that can be used to do some "paper" tests.
- I deleted the check to enable the "Last Beta Code" ... now the firmware has been aligned with the stable 19.0 version released by Casainho, of course all the customizations and implementations entered by the undersigned remain.
- I entered the VLCD5 Battery SOC 4 Bars checkbox which allows VLCD5 owners to implement the 4-bar battery status display as on the VLCD6. I did this because it would be a problem to manage the VLCD5 with the accuracy as in VLCD6 but with 6 notches ... I should add some fields in the Java interface .. but now it's full ... and it would be too expensive in time to move all. This solution should solve the problem of "misaligned" display with battery status.
- I have solved some small bugs ... and optimized the startup of the CPU.
On Endless they are discussing the "human power" factor, the calibration of the torsion sensor, and how to obtain a more accurate reading ... furthermore the developers want to release a firmware version that also includes the eMTB mode.
The big advantage of the Java configurator is that you can "experiment" with various settings without having to go through the code ... so do your tests !!!
Good rides to everyone !!!
I think it is the same as this one:
Sorry... but my firmware don't work with display 850c.