Brainpower 866C-6 controller

harrys

Pedelecer
Dec 1, 2016
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Chicago, USA
Simply put. learn mode is flakey. It almost seemed like the connectors were intermittent. Power up and nothing happens. AFter a few tries, it always spins backward. Then I break the connection, make it again, and it spins forward, but so slow, like 1-2 rpm. Sometimes, if I let it spin, it will try to spin up to a normal speed and then fall back, almist like it was trying a different phase combination every 10 seconds.

Then there's an Error 10 on the S866 display which means it's not talking to the LCD. Hoping I get a return.

Hooked up a previous Brainpower model. Learn mode works perfectly but the display won't talk to it.

Just to refresh my memory, nothing needs to be connected to do learn, other than a controller or a jumper to start the controller. right. The 866-C has this new three pin connector for EABS, which I cannot find anyhing documented. It seems to have powr/ground and a sense pin.
 

vfr400

Esteemed Pedelecer
Jun 12, 2011
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3,938
Basildon
EABS is for direct drive motors. Just leave it disconnected. For testing, always disconnect everything that isn't essential for testing, i.e. just connect the motor battery LCD, self-learn wires and throttle
 

Frederico Vicente

Finding my (electric) wheels
Aug 1, 2021
9
1
41
Aveiro - Portugal
Hi guys...

taking advantage of the post here, is there any default password for the controllers or is each one specific to the brand?

I bought an electric bike and I can't access the parameters because the controller asks for a password.

Thanks for your help.