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    #16
    I have these displays on two bikes and both are real hit-and-miss (mostly miss) with the double-push on the "i" to access the menu. Is there a trick to this that's eluding me?

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    • Sebz
      Sebz commented
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      Hard to say, don't seem to have an issue with mine.. but tit's not like I access the menu often.

    #17
    Hallo and thank you for that review,
    i would like to ask you about that display,
    in the review you wrote that it supports uo to 60V battery but at https://lunacycle.com/luna-full-colo...s02-and-bbshd/
    they claim it's up to 52V, can you please explain me about the differences?

    i'm looking to buy a display to my new bikes which have 60V 20Mah battery and unfortunatelly i can't find any..

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    #18
    Hi guys,
    do you know if it's possible to connect this display to the LUNS CYCLONIC 3000w?

    if the answer is yes , than ist t possible to aonnect it along with 3 SPEED ADJUSTABLE SWITCH WTH CRUISE CONTROL ?

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      The answer would be no unfortunately. This display for for BBSHD and BBS02 units only...oh and the Ultra motor

    #19
    I got this as part of my Ultra Max from Luna. Is there an update to the battery percentage on the luna version for ultra max?

    I am using a 52V em3ev triangle pack with 30q, adn the battery percentage is stuck at 100%, even though the em3ev BMS puts it at 61% .

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      #20
      As with all Bafang displays you want it on Voltage display mode for 52v batteries, not percent mode.

      Use this chart

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      • MoneyPit
        MoneyPit commented
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        ^^^^^ EXACTLY. Learn to think in terms of volts rather than battery bars or percentages. Take the above chart and tape it onto your down tube for reference. After awhile, the numbers will make sense to you at a glance to your display.

        I made a different chart with a lot more detail, and spread them out to several other voltages. Also a smaller quickref with just 5 or six settings so its even easier to understand.

        https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

      #21
      Just received, DPC-18 display that came with Bafang Ultra mid drive kit from Luna Cycle. So as of May 2018, what is the solution to get PAS beyond 1-5 options?

      *Does not seem to matter if sport or eco mode 1-5 is only option. Going into advance does not show the setting for 9 in the video walkthrough.

      Does it require programming? aka need a programming cable.

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      #22
      Anybody get this to display the clock in 12-hour format? Not all of us went military, and after a 4-hour ride it gets harder to understand to that 16:21 is before dinner.

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      • HIGHVOLTAGE
        HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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        I just use my phone personally.

      • Sebz
        Sebz commented
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        Not possible I think... mine is stuck in 24h format.. only USA/UK uses 12h ;) So I guess it has be international!

      #23
      Does anyone else have an issue that the pas display goes back to zero if you stop for more than 6 seconds? I wish I could disable this feature and can't seem to find out how. If anyone has any ideas please let me know how. Also there is no option for factory settings in the setting display.

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        #24
        Is this display so smart to change speed/power scale depending on Max.Speed setted in preferences? Take a look to a picture, there is different scales - up to 30kmph and upto 60kmph. Different software or just different settings in menu?

        And wtf eco/sport means? Do they discounted this feature according to manual here, or it's still remains?

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          #25
          Originally posted by Ttreshh View Post
          Is this display so smart to change speed/power scale depending on Max.Speed setted in preferences?
          Yes the scale changes according to the Max Speed settings in preferences (90kmh/h 1500W max on mine).
          And wtf eco/sport means? Do they discounted this feature according to manual here, or it's still remains?
          There are no "eco/sport" modes on the new displays.

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            #26
            A few still have it, specifically there is a version for Ultra which still has this mode. But yeah if you are using it with BBSxx odds are you will not have a display with this mode, nor would it do anything if you did.

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              #27
              Hi all. New to the forum. I have converted my ever faithful 20 year old mountain bike to electric with a BBSHD on 14s. Goes great, very happy. Does anyone know how to get the individual cell voltages to display on the DCP-18? I am using a battery of my own construction and realise there is additional hardware I will need. The vendor I bought the BBSHD off hasn't been particularly helpful.

              I expect there is usually an output from the battery BMS that provides this information in a format the DCP-18 understands. If I'm on the right track can anyone tell me where I can buy a compatible BMS please.

              Thanks in advance.

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              • paxtana
                paxtana commented
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                DPC-18 can not do that.

              #28
              I just performed the Advanced 52v Charger fine tune per the YouTube link that Luna sent me. My DPC now reads 56.4v when the battery is fully charged.
              I've measured the battery output and it's reading 58.62 after an overnight charge/balance.
              Previously the DPC was displaying a voltage that was within .2 to .3v of the battery voltage.
              Thoughts?

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              • paxtana
                paxtana commented
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                56.4 is what the dpc14 displayed as that was the highest it would read even with a fully charged 52v battery. I can't speak for why it has supposedly changed but maybe check you are actually using a DPC-18 and not dpc14. If so you may need a new display or to try to reset settings
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