The P3 is set to 1.
I have the exact P and C configuration on my and my wifes bike. The engines and controllers are the the same. I don't have that annoying situation. I try to solve the problem but so far with no success. That is why I think the problem is on the motor.
That is also why I am...
Thank you for your reply.
The problem is not the pas sensor. I have checked. It's the 12 magnets reverse (left side) and the configuration is normal sensitivity. It's well fitted. When using the thumb throttle it also does the cut and noise. It's like an automatic transmition car. When you...
I was wondering if I can get your help and maybe your wisdom.
I have a 350w rear hub engine that I bought at yosepower. When using pedaling assist, after 4 or 5 seconds of start pedaling it cuts off and then starts again. It makes a (not loud tac) sound. Also, when using the 6km option...
So, I received the items I've bought and put it on the bike. I didn't use the dc/dc buck converter because both of the lights came prepared to work with 12V/60V range. I used a 3A inline fuse. Here some photos...
Thanks again for the help.
Ok, thanks for the information. The lights, button and DC/DC Buck converter should take about three weeks to arrive. By that time I will update with photos, if the installation run smoothly or with questions if something goes wrong.
You helped a lot!
Have a nice Sunday.
Yes, I know. I ordered the DC/DC step down converter just in case I will change my mind and install a "fixed" 12V lights.
I have a lot more options in choosing head and tail lights if I make a 12V instalation. I guess that's because the most usual is that voltage.
Tomorrow I will open the controller and based on your tips, I will try to identify the correct wires. Meanwhile I have found this on ebay:
Funny because they don't sell the...
Thank you! I now have a clear idea on how to proceed. I order the materials online it will take at least 3 weeks to arrive here. I will try to buy the items at the local market. More expensive but faster. The only doubt I have is to identify the correct v+ and v- once the controller is opened...
Thanks for your answers.
I have rechargeble external lights but for me, it's better to use lights with the bicycle battery.
I know it has disadvantages but if it's possible I prefer to do the wiring.
I can open the controller and see if I can identify the wires you have mentioned. If...
Thank you for your reply and sorry for my poor english in advance.
Ok, I can make some cuts and soldering too. I am confortable about it.
My controller (inside the battery suport) has 3 wires comming out.
1 - Rear hub engine
2 - PAS sensor
3 - Front "things"
that splits in:
3.1 2x brakes...
I have two yosepower rear hub kits with the controller built in on the support battery rack.
Is it possible to plug the head and tail lights in this controller?
If someone has done this wiering I woul apreciate some information about how to do it.