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Old 01-04-2017, 07:53 AM   #2975 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by MPaulHolmes View Post
The default is a hall effect throttle, so the soldered resistors are set up for that. It won't work for a resistive throttle without an addition of a resistor, and changing another resistor. That's the problem you are having. You need to change:

R101 should be like 2k (instead of nothing).
R73 should be like 4.7k instead of 47k (I think it's 47k right now).
I have put a resistor on R101, it was a 4.7k so i changed to 2k and put the 4.7k at R73.

Hooked up the pot like this:

The red wire is connected via 2k resistor.
I also tried without the black wire.

The motor still spins without control. No differece.
Still draws around 60 Amps.
I get raw-throttle starting at around 10 going up to around 1000 at maximum.
Throttle-type 1 just inverts the signal, right?

output of config command:
Code:
AC controller firmware, ver. 1.0
High pedal lockout fault.  Ignore this for now.  It's not really a fault.  haha.
config
motor-type=1
kp=03333 ki=00050
current-sensor-amps-per-volt=0320
max-regen-position=0012
min-regen-position=0150
min-throttle-position=0151
max-throttle-position=0625
fault-throttle-position=0001
max-battery-amps=0015 amps
max-battery-amps-regen=0015 amps
max-motor-amps=025 amps
max-motor-amps-regen=025 amps
precharge-time=0050 tenths of a sec
rotor-time-constant=005 ms
pole-pairs=004
max-rpm=06000 rev/min
throttle-type=0
encoder-ticks=0256 ticks/rev
pi-ratio=062
raw-throttle=0009

Last edited by motorulf; 01-04-2017 at 08:27 AM.. Reason: adding info
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