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Controller configuration file You can save configuration to microSD as a text file, name it NCconf.cfg and load, in Auto-setup section select Load config-file.
Use ANSI or Windows-1251 encoding.

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Controller Setup [[f<toc]]



v0.7.10



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Display Setup [[f<toc]]
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Firmware Copy files to root directory of microSD card, insert into display (contacts on top) and run update process.
Do not downgrade firmware that was installed from factory! You may get a brick

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Light Electric Vehicle CAN protocol This is open-source CAN protocol used in our devices. LEVCAN is licensed under the MIT License. Written in GNU ISO C11
Some ideas taken from J1939 and CanOpen. Uses 29bit CAN network (1MBps default).
Features:

  • Two transmission modes, 'TCP' (controlled reception and data order) and 'UDP'
  • Multiple nodes supported for one device
  • Dynamic network address
  • Configurable parameters for devices
  • Simple file i/o with file server
  • Static and dynamic memory supported
  • Up to 125 devices on bus
  • 10 bit message ID + length matching
  • Broadcast and addressed messages

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Light or fan control It is possible to connect stoplight or fan to controller port P1/P2. Configuration described in Controller setup
Please note that controller outputs are open-drain 5V max, 220R resistor on the line. Don't use controller logic ground for loads more than 0.5A, use power ground instead. System (CAN) cable uses power ground.

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Motor Information ||~ Motor ||~ Pole pair ||~ Add. info ||
Quanshun v2 \ Cromotor 23
Quanshun v3 16
Quanshun mid-drive IPM 5
Magic Pie 28
Mxus 1500-3000W 23
Crysatlyte H, Crown, Nine Continent 20
Crysatlyte NSM, SAW 23
E-Twow \ Kugo 15
MAC \ eZee \ BMC \ Puma 16 5:1
LMX \ Denzel 4
Bafang BBSHD 4 21.9:1
Sur-Ron 5 t-sens KTY84

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Video Updates Most of videos have English subtitles!
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