Cycle Analyst settings?

Don't forget to do your homework: Cycle Analyst V3 User Guide


1)SETUP BATTERY

  • batt->chemistryRC LIPO
  • batt-string# 12 or 14 (12 for LiPo, 14 for any 52V LunaCycle pack)
  • batt-->capacity XXXX (only affects the battery charge meter)
  • Batt-vlt cutoff (3 x batt-string#)
  • Batt->LoVGain 800

2)SETUP THROT IN

  • ThrI->Cntrl Mode Current (A) 
  • Min Input-> 0.01V (for Domino throttle)
  • Max Input-> 4.94V (for Domino throttle)
  • Fault Volt-> 4.99V (for Domino throttle)
  • Min Input-> 0.90V (for hall thumb throttle)
  • Max Input-> 4.24V (for hall thumb throttle)
  • Fault Volt-> 4.35V (for hall thumb throttle)

3)SETUP THROT OUT

  • Thr0->Outpt Mode R/C Pulse
  • Thr0->Min Out 0.99msec
  • Tr0->Max Out 2.00msec
  • Th0->Up Rate 4mS/sec (sharpness of throttle up response)
  • PAS Up Rate-> 0.5msec/sec (CA firmware rev 3.1beta required)
  • Th0->Down Rate 14mS/sec (want high to stop motor quickly)
  • Th0->Fast Rate 0.05mS/sec (speed of spinup prior to freewheel engagement)
  • Th0->Fast Thrs 2amps (indication of freewheel catching to allow full power)

4)SETUP POWER LIMS

  • Max Curent->  60A (3kW)
  • Max Current-> 95A (6kW)
  • Again-> 45 (soft throttle response)
  • Again-> 75 (immediate throttle response)
  • Max Power -> 9900W (we use current limits, not wattage limits)

5)SETUP PAS SENSOR

  • Pas Poles-> 8 (THUN)
  • Sensor Type-> 2-wire
  • Strt Thrsh-> 24 (should be set to a multiple of 8)
  • Stop Thrsh-> 45 (~2x start threshold, higher will cut power quicker, too high may erroneously cut power)

6)SETUP TRQ SENSOR

  • Sensor Type -> THUN
  • Asst Factr-> 3 (factory setting, user adjustable)
  • Asst Start-> 25W (pedal effort needed before motor energized)
  • Asst Avg-> 16 (multiple of 8, higher provides smoother but slower response)

7)SETUP TEMP SENSOR

  • Sensor-> Linear Type
  • 0deg-> 0.45V
  • T Scale-> 262.1V/degC
  • Thrsh Temp-> 150 degC
  • Max Temp-> 160 deg C

8)SETUP AUX POT

  • Function-> Limits
  • Scale Lim-> PAS level

 

Wiring diagrams?

Yep, right here.

FE