Bafang-bbs01. Can read but not write flash :/

Mange-88

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Feb 6, 2019
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yes u can change some basics via the display advanced settings by inputting a code.like disabling the speed restriction.numbers of PAS levels and wheel diameter.but that has nothing to do with programming the controller.

Does the display communicate with the controller in a different way than my USB cable?

Mvh Magnus
 

minexplorer

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Does the display communicate with the controller in a different way than my USB cable?

Mvh Magnus
It just allows certain things that are nothing to do with controller programming to be set.for instance u can change the bikes wheel diameter and the speed limiter as i said. it allows PAS to be set to 3,5 or 9 levels, BUT the amount of amps and motor rpm for those levels has to be programmed into the controller. The display is nothing to do with the problem u r having.

your version seems to be 1 ,firmware 0.1A,mine bought in 2017 is version 1.1 ,firmware 2.2.1.1 i wonder if that has anything to do with it.Any ideas on that anyone,are the programming tools compatible with early versions (should be)?

ive attached my programming.
 

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Mange-88

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Feb 6, 2019
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It just allows certain things that are nothing to do with controller programming to be set.for instance u can change the bikes wheel diameter and the speed limiter as i said. it allows PAS to be set to 3,5 or 9 levels, BUT the amount of amps and motor rpm for those levels has to be programmed into the controller. The display is nothing to do with the problem u r having.

your version seems to be 1 ,firmware 0.1A,mine bought in 2017 is version 1.1 ,firmware 2.2.1.1 i wonder if that has anything to do with it.Any ideas on that anyone,are the programming tools compatible with early versions (should be)?

ive attached my programming.
Thx Minexplorer. It's possible, maybe my firmware is out of date :/

Mvh Magnus
 

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minexplorer

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Thx Minexplorer. It's possible, maybe my firmware is out of date :/

Mvh Magnus
Ah your new screenshot is clearer.Its hardware version V5.1 i thought it was VS 1.well thats light years on from my V1.1. i thought it odd as it was a new bike, to have older hardware/firmware versions. Maybe thats the issue,the current config tools are out of date for the latest.

i did just see a post from 2 years ago.where a guy could get the config tool to connect ,even partially work,but it seemed an issue with the driver for the com port.others suggested different drivers to try ,during the thread. it was titled 'cant communicate with bafang controller,please help' on electricbike.com. Wish d8veh was still here.
 

hanssen

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I am running into the same issues as you are, also located in Norway. I bought the motor from bikeshop.no some time ago, did you as well? Did you find a solution?

With the preprogrammed settings the motor is basically useless, and since I was not able to program it, it has not been used for a year now. I bought the motor as a replacement motor only, previosly bought a kit with battery and everything from em3ev, which I was able to program (even two different controllers...)
 

Mange-88

Pedelecer
Feb 6, 2019
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I am running into the same issues as you are, also located in Norway. I bought the motor from bikeshop.no some time ago, did you as well? Did you find a solution?

With the preprogrammed settings the motor is basically useless, and since I was not able to program it, it has not been used for a year now. I bought the motor as a replacement motor only, previosly bought a kit with battery and everything from em3ev, which I was able to program (even two different controllers...)

Ohh :/ Yes, I did. Not yet, but I'm working on it.

The Problem is not only the speed-limit, it also has a rpm limit wich reduce the rpm when using a lower gear uphill, making it even slower when you really need the speed and power :/

There's some limits in the display settings as well. I've been in contact with the company and they will get back to me, soon I hope :)

I find one "solution" though.
I bought a thumb throttle from eBay. This will make it not loosing it's rpm uphill. If power on the engine and just turn the small magnet (to the speed sensor) 180 degree, the speed limit is not a problem. After a while you'll get a error message in the display. Just restart the engine and you can go again.

I sure there's better ways to do it. For example mount the magnet on the crank, I haven't tried it yet though.


I think everything will be possible if replacing the controller (1000kr), but I haven't done it yet.

Mvh Magnus, Stvg
 

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