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    Post existing BBSHD Settings Here

    Post here is for the settings a particular rider or vendor has used to optimize their BBSHD.
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    #2
    I have a BBSHD and this is my final version, no display, no brake sensors, no gear sensor, no speed sensor set at PAS 1 Level and throttle set assist level 9 max speed in current mode.
    This has given me good battery life and performance, using a 46 tooth front sprocket.

    To load in the Bafang programmer remove the ".txt" from the end

    -Mark


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    Last edited by M 2.0; 09-05-2017, 08:28 AM.

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      #3
      Post your "Tunes" or "Profiles" here for the Flame Wars of Opinion to roast slowly over the coals of obstinate determination! I have a new tune, or profile I've been working on for awhile. I like to call it Limitless, because there are no speed limits in the PAS settings. This seems to feel more natural when I'm riding my bike. I can dial in just enough assistance to keep my speed up, yet using as much pedal power as I want to extend the battery life. Of course the tune, or profile isn't street legal in all 50 States because it isn't limited, but that can be easily fixed by lowering the speed limit in the display to the desired speed limit. Here it is for your review, let the "Flame Wars of Opinion" begin!

      There is another programming section here, https://electricbike.com/forum/forum/builds/custom-ebike-motor-programming/bbshd-programming/43287-using-the-bbsxx-programming-cable-to-change-the-settings-in-the-bbs02-bbshd-controllers
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      Last edited by Jasdidit; 09-02-2017, 04:47 PM.

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        #4
        If possible please post screen shots of the profiles. My computer won't open the files. Others may be in the same boat. Some of us are programming without a cable as well. Thanks.

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        • M 2.0
          M 2.0 commented
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          Thanks for the suggestion.

        • calfee20
          calfee20 commented
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          How do you program without a cable?

        #5
        EggRider. I use it to program only. Then hook the display back up. Blue tooth dongle. Blue tooth to my phone

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          #6
          Anyone have the link for the programming for a Bafang Ultra?
          It has torque settings as well I can't find it..

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            #7
            I'm really surprised this thread isn't used more as the user programming is what makes the BBHSD really stand out from other systems. I see some screen shots but the actual files themselves are text based and can be typed, edited, posted and copied for exchange.

            My bike is an ancient 27" Ross 10-speed with a huge 26" frame. It's an upright country cruiser and I top out at close to 7' tall when riding it. It has a 52/14 highest gear (Leckkie ring up front) that it pretty much stays in most of the time. It runs dual 52v parallel battery packs with 27ah total onboard.

            What I really like about the BBHSD programing is that it can be programmed with a "cruise control" so-to-speak. My favorite long distance travel speed/cadence is 15 mph. That's programmed (as a percent) as my #3 assist level with a maximum of 550 watts PAS. Above 15 mph and PAS quickly tapers off. Below 15 mph and PAS quickly brings on the assist up to 550 watts. It's ideal for my style of riding. I pedal up a rise or hill in the road and the PAS comes on as needed. I head down the backside and although I'm not coasting the PAS tapers off to nothing as I exceed 15 mph. It's perfect for my long distance country cruising. I have 5 different speeds and assist levels programmed for different situations but 80% of my riding is done on level 3.

            Level
            1. 12 mph, 130 watts
            2. 13.5 mph, 350 watts
            3. 15 mph, 550 watts
            4. 19 mph, 750 watts
            5. 100%
            My .el file looks like this -

            LBP=41
            LC=25
            ALC0=1
            ALC1=36
            ALC2=36
            ALC3=56
            ALC4=56
            ALC5=66
            ALC6=66
            ALC7=80
            ALC8=80
            ALC9=100
            ALBP0=1
            ALBP1=36
            ALBP2=36
            ALBP3=38
            ALBP4=38
            ALBP5=40
            ALBP6=40
            ALBP7=50
            ALBP8=50
            ALBP9=100
            WD=11
            SMM=0
            SMS=1
            [Pedal Assist]
            PT=2
            DA=0
            SL=0
            SSM=4
            WM=0
            SC=10
            SDN=4
            TS=25
            CD=7
            SD=0
            KC=60
            [Throttle Handle]
            SV=11
            EV=42
            MODE=1
            DA=10
            SL=26
            SC=10


            I've attached my .el file. (The file just needs to be renamed without the .txt)

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              #8
              I’m programming my BBSo2 and find myself limited to 5 PAS levels. I’ve heard mention that some controllers can be modified, but my question is, which control and do I have? Here is a picture of the back of it.

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              • AZguy
                AZguy commented
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                The limit of levels is generally dictated by the display (vs. controller) - if you dig in the display setup you may find a setting for number of levels...

              • cameramike
                cameramike commented
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                I can verify is the display. Luna display DCP-18 and Egg Rider can change to 5 or 9 levels. Ebay 850C display can’t change.
                Last edited by cameramike; 07-30-2021, 01:15 PM.

              #9
              I have A M620 G510 motor with DCP-18, only 5 PAS ECO and 5 PAS Sport, not changeable.

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                #10
                I have a Luna BBSHD with what seems to be a basic Bafang/Luna C961 display. The manual states if I go into the Advanced menu I can get 0-9 levels of PAS. Everything seems normal except there is a custom speed limit which I like. But I can't enter the Advanced menu to try the extra PAS levels. I enter Setup, Then hold + and - while pressing M, 8 times. nothing happens. Any ideas? Does Luna lock these?

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                • Retrorockit
                  Retrorockit commented
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                  I do a lot of my riding at night when there's less traffic. I spend more time than I want to adjusting my lights for various situations. Like you said if I need a little more power the throttle is right there. Basically I'm either trolling along in PAS1, or going 30mph and running for my life on the street. PAS2 takes care of headwinds and hills (overpasses for me). PAS3 lets me keep up with traffic. PAS4,5 I just use the throttle instead. If i stay at those levels the battery goes away too fast.

                • AZguy
                  AZguy commented
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                  I'm all over the place with PAS... typical cruise will be 3-5 of 9 (~180-360W) but I do plenty in 2 (~135W) and can ride all day long keeping it in that range... if I want to keep a good pace going up a hill, ride into a strong headwind or just plain go fun/fast (sport vs. eco? =] ) I'll run 6-7 (~525-740W) but that will burn through the charge... I'll run 8 (~1050W) for short bursts... I do use 1 (~90W) and 9 (~1500W) not at all that often and for very different purposes, but they do get used...

                • Retrorockit
                  Retrorockit commented
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                  I'm guessing I have 5 x 300w steps. So #1 does most of it. #2 covers just about everything else.#3 if I need a fast 1/2 mile or so. If I punch in 4, or 5 (1200-1500W) I will have to take it back out soon anyway, so I just the throttle for that.1500W gets me across busy intersections, maybe 50 yards or so.
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