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  • Louis
    started a topic Bafang DP C10

    Bafang DP C10



    Some info on the newest display with a USB port!

    The usb port is for phone charging or for even powering a front led light.

    The display is automatically back lit...when it gets dark the display comes on.

    It shows the watts the motor is buring like the 963...but will also show mph setting where as the 963 only displays in kmph

    This is the fanciest display offered by Bafang.

    You can find more information in the Luna Store here.

    The DP C10 is programmed much like the C965 display. There is no manual for the DP C10 yet. Instead of pushing the + and minus sign you press the info button 4 times to get the programming menu to appear.

    Press it twice again to get to the next programming screen and enter code 0512. To program.
    Also all others have 0 to 9 the DP C10 has 0 to 5. The DP C10 also has a usb port for accessories charging no of the others do. It also has a button for the backlight.
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    Last edited by Louis; 03-13-2016, 10:05 PM. Reason: Edited to add C965 5 button display manual.

  • Herman
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    I also have the DP C10 U3.0 display and running against the same problem. The tire size is set to 27 and should be 28. The password function seems to be blocked.
    Do you have a solution yet?

  • Front Ranger
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    Is there a quick/easy way to reset trip data on the DPC10 display/head unit? The EyeEyePlusEyeEye method isn't the most convenient/intuitive interface.
    Last edited by Front Ranger; 08-13-2017, 02:16 PM.

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  • pblacky
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    Hi,
    I use the DPC-10 since a view days and have some problems to reset the tripmeter!
    when going to settings and set "TC" to "y" the trip will be deleted, but after this i have to set the "TC" value to "n" again.
    if i do not the trip is cleared every time i switch the display off!

    is there a easy way to reset trip without having to press any buttons 7 times ??

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  • sergio
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    Originally posted by Eric Luna View Post
    we just did a video manual for the dpc 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YEDKbNS1oQ
    hey eric
    good stuff you're doing here. as already said , having problems to change settings as no possibility to insert the password (no fields to insert pass) . might easy be the supplier didn't want to offer, nevertheless some info given is wrong. tks for any assistance - sergio

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  • sergio
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    having such a display on a "www.italjet.ch" bike - nevertheless i got 26" pre-indicated as tires. mine are 24" - the password function is somehow blocked , can't insert any (known) code. anybody how to surround...? tks

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  • Eric Luna
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    we just did a video manual for the dpc 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YEDKbNS1oQ

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  • Lance Tesla
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    That's always an option on any cable....... But the whole point is to avoid having to create a science project. The whole advantage of the BBSHD is that it is plug and play, not wire, heat shrink tube and solder and play........ Having waterproof connectors and extension cables is one of Bafangs biggest selling points: no rats nest of homemade wires like on a Cyclone.

  • Trailblazer
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    Originally posted by PhilD View Post
    I have one of these ... BUT I don't see a clock, outside temperature read out nor a watt meter?
    No manual that I can find on the web and didn't come with any instructions!
    Looks great though!!!

    Exactly. Some of the advertised items aren't there-clock, outside temp, watts. Now that I read your post, I know that it's not just me. I bought a 5V Led Headlight to go with it and it doesn't power that, either. I really wanted it to have what it said and then I'd love it. Maybe it's a programming issue (though I've been through all the menus including the password(ed) menu) but I can't find any way to enable the features that I wanted it for.

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  • Louis
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    Wire, shrink tube, and solder.

  • Lance Tesla
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    Bafang should put a plug in this cable and sell an extension cable. This is the only cable that cannot be extended, if you could, you could stash the display away where it won't get hurt.

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  • Eric Luna
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    hi guys...

    i am asking bafang for a manual on the dpc10 and they are saying they are still working on it.

    They did release to me a manual for the bbshd which i am working right now in converting it into readable form and will post soon.

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  • Sakkie
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    Here is a list of what I've figured out. Please add ore correct as necessary:

    Click "i" twice to enter the menu then click it once to move to the next option. Double click to save.
    TC = Trip Clearance. Choose N or Y
    S7 = Miles or KM. Use plus or minus to choose one then double click "i". This will take you out of the menu but is the only way I found to keep the setting.
    BL= Back light sensor. How sensitive the sensor is to turn BL on.
    BL-1 = Back light brightness
    OFf = Screen auto off time
    nna = Maintenance reminder. 0 = off 1 = on
    SB = password. 0 "i" 5 "i" 1 "i" 2 "i"
    LUd = Wheel diameter
    SPl = Speed limit
    601 = ???????

    Hope this helps newbies like me!

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  • Sakkie
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    Hi there. I've mostly figured the display out, but can anyone tell me what the setting in the photo is for?

    Thank you!

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  • PoweredRide
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    USB update: As indicated above the USB does not power up unless an active device is plugged into it before powering up the display. Interestingly, when the display times out and goes off the USB remains powered so you can continue to charge something or use a USB powered device when the bike is not in use. When you go to power the BBSxx system again it first powers off the USB then you have to push the power button again to power everything up.

    A few people were wondering how much power the USB puts out. I left my phone plugged in for about a half hour and it charged like a cheap USB charger
    so my guess is 1A at 5v. Not enough to charge fast or power a very bright LED headlight. It could be used to keep your phone charged while running Strava or to keep a powerful headlight with its own battery charged.

    I figured out the programming and what is and isn't there but the headlight button on the 5 button switch is still a mystery.

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