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    BBSHD and BBS02 wiring pinout

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    Same pinout for both BBSHD and BBS02

    #2
    Would this be the same for all BBSxx? If so I can correct the title.

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      #3
      What are these various color wires for? I can't tell from the abbreviations;

      1 Brown P+ ???
      2 Orange PL ???
      3 Green Rxd ???
      5 Yellow TxD ???

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      • max_volt
        max_volt commented
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        Connect P+ and PL together to power the system up. serial data rx/receive/in and tx/transmit/out . Derived from Latin.

      #4
      Does is P+ just split of from the blue wire #6 on the main harness and 5V+?

      I guess I'm trying to figure out what buttons the different wires correspond to. I have a Luna DPC 18 display and the control for it has three buttons in a triangle and two more on top as a - and a +.

      One of them looks sort of like a headlight symbol you might see on a car. In reading the manual I see it sounds like this is the one that turns the display on or switches it to night mode, which maybe is actually off. One of the other switches is a power symbol so I imagine that powers the whole system. The other button is an "i". I assume this is for programming or navigating screens.

      It the one that looks like a light symbol is just a switch I'm wondering if I may tap into this for controlling something else. I'm sort of switching gears by using this kit for a bike I was starting to build. The one I was building had an "ignition switch" which would turn a different controller on and a central light switch. They both mount on the handlebar and take up space. I assume the switch with the power indicator would be the "ignition switch".

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      • max_volt
        max_volt commented
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        https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...-documentation
        note there are 2 different versions
        Last edited by max_volt; 02-26-2018, 05:45 AM.

      • Albeegood
        Albeegood commented
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        I’m looking to go stealth by removing my display/paddle assist/on-off switch and would like to add a key voltage throttle like this https://m.snapdeal.com/product/ebike...h/644503289733.
        I know the red black & blue wires from the 3pin hardness connection are the throttle signaI wires, I believe I need to connect P+ brown wire & Pl orange wire from the 5pin display hardness connection to the on/off switch (not sure) . but I don’t know which wire to get a voltage signal from. Is it the yellow wire?? Not even sure if one of these types throttles can be used on a bbshd 1000w Bafang mid drive?? If anyone ever tried please let me know. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

      • Tommycat
        Tommycat commented
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        @Albeegood,

        Voltage signal as in for the battery LED display indicator input?

        As the P+ (Brown) pin/wire is full battery voltage. That is where you can get the input for the battery voltage indicator. To be more accurate... P+ would go to the input side of the key switch, the side that's not powering the LED. With the other side of the switch connected to PL (Orange) and the input to the LED display.

        The Bafang uses a hall sensor type throttle. The link for your throttle doesn't specifically say. But typically most Ebike throttles are, especially the lower cost ones. Try to find out from the manufacturer.

      #5
      Just enquiringly about the wiring out from the BBSHD. I understand the gear sensor, the speed sensor and main battery connection, but what is the 4th connector (small pos+ and neg-) for?? It does not appear on the diagram above.

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      • paxtana
        paxtana commented
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        Probably a light.

      #6
      I have a e-bike modded by bafang kit.
      I bought a bike light without internal battery powered by usb cable.

      https://it.gearbest.com/bike-lights/...ml?wid=1433363

      I think to use the 5v alimentation of the brake cable .
      What do you think about?
      Thanks

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        #7
        I would not do it. You have no idea of the current capacity of the brake circuit and could burn it out if the light you want to connect overloads it by drawing too much current. Why not just tap the volage, ( 36v/48v/52v ), that is available from the battery cradle? Buy a "Buck Step Down Converter Regulator Module" , also known as a " Step Down Buck Power Supply" from Ebay. Find one that will accept your battery voltage and knock it down to the voltage you need ( +5vdc? ) Just make certian it will provide enough current. ( 3amps or so )

        Something like this....

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        Last edited by kerrylaw; 10-09-2018, 02:03 PM.

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          #8
          Tommycat thank you for your reply. Yes as in battery indicator. I won’t miss the paddle assist when going stealth but I want to know my battery voltage as it drops. Again thank you so much. This is very important to me.
          Keep On Ebiking

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          • Tommycat
            Tommycat commented
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            Your welcome! Glad I could help. Ran across this thread that may offer more tips on going "No Display"
            https://www.poweredride.com/info/dum...isplay-options

            Best regards,
            T.C.

          • Albeegood
            Albeegood commented
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            Thanks for your help Tommycat . Today the voltage throttle worked without any problems but decided to leave it as it was because the new throttle had some lag to it. It maybe was my settings, current or speed throttle response but didn’t want to go no further. The good thing is now I know I where to get voltage from if needed. Thx.
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