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    If you don't get your CA sorted. email info@ebikes.ca They are very helpful. Justin may answer himself, and he is the designer.

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    im pretty sure it is the V3 running in legacy mode and the High current version

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    Hello all.

    update time:

    Built my own electrics for lights etc which was fun linking the 5v logic control to the e12v system with isolation.

    DLVA registation sent off

    and my arduino rider display is nearly finished which im going to make totally public on here if ppl are intrested

    it displays speed, motor current, battery current, motor temp , SOC, Voltage and Odometer, Rear Wheel/motor Torque and suitable for regen systems (calulations to finish are estimated range watts/mile and Ah remaining) its also touch screen that will allow customising of what is displayed.

    if there are any coders on here they may be optimisation that can be done for the code (as not a coder)
    any suggestions from here about other useful information for when riding which arnt just nerdy information?

    the Display without sensors connected :
    attachment-0.jpg

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    Hey Chri5 - really interested in that Arduino display - I have some minimal experience wit Arduino (used in my quadcopter builds) so would be really grateful if you are willing to share?

    Cheers,

    Mike.

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    Me too, I have an arduino wireless dash with analogue displays that is browser based and now I am working on a 7 inch touchscreen lcd. Your codingwould be very useful.

    Sent from my SM-T310 using Tapatalk

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