The PAS isn't a speed sensor but simply a pedal sensor.Pedal sensor with plate and 8 small magnets
You have to tell us which hub you are currently using as the P7 looks like it is the gear ratio x internal magnets count. If it is set wrong then PAS will not function correctly or the motor simply will not reach a desired speed.Any idea about setting P7 ??
Hi I am new to this forum and have been reading with interest.Yes, you are right, it's a digital signal. But what I'm saying is when I rotate the wheel in reverse I will only measure voltage between Vs and Q not between Gnd and Q. Now that I am home again I ran another test and found I can actually see the signals when the motor is engaged (I used the self learning mode to activate the motor to rotate forward). After the test I opened up the throttle and figured out the correct pinout there. Hooked it up to the controller and after running the motor upto 12 km/h it cleared the E07. I can't however activate the 6 km/h mode anymore. Maybe that's because of a setting I changed. I can also confirm that even though the PAS is connected the way it should, it still does not work on my controller. I'll order another PAS to see if that works with this controller.
I gather that you use PAS only to use the bike as you have setting p10 set to 0? If so, I suggest setting p13 from 8 to 5. This will give the controller the appearance you are pedaling faster than you actually are and should enable full speed.Hi I am new to this forum and have been reading with interest.
@Speedee . - I am facing the same issue that you described above with a disappeared walk assist. Mine seems disappeared indefinitely despite setting P17. Did you ever regain your walk assist or have you been able to do a complete reset of the controller?
I am also struggling with the fact that my motor seems withheld somehow. It took our cargobike to 25km/h in the past but now it stops pulling at about 14km/h. I hope a reset might allow for returning to the power from the past.
P05=2 (mine allows for 9 stages)
P07=88 (4.4 Ration and I guessed 20 magnets)