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52V Voltage reading on the PREVIOUS GENERATION LUNA DPC-14 Color LCD display

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    52V Voltage reading on the PREVIOUS GENERATION LUNA DPC-14 Color LCD display

    I have a Fully charged 52V battery and but the new awesome DPC-14 color display only reads to 56.4V, what is going on?

    NOTE: the new DPC-14 seems to be able to read up to 59V (mid 2017 model)

    Do not worry your battery is fine. The DPC-14 can only read to a maximum of 56.4V, when the battery reaches 56.4V the DPC-14 will read it quite accurately until you hit the low voltage cutoff. To give a very rough idea, 56.4V is around 75-80% capacity remaining.

    This is what you should see on a fully charged battery: Click image for larger version  Name:	DSC00001.jpeg Views:	1 Size:	68.9 KB ID:	20366

    For more accurate voltage and capacity measure, You should use a batt-man or a Cycle analyst and rely on amp/hour and watt/hour.

    But it can add clutter to the handle bars, here is all 3 together: I really think the CA is too big if you must use the stock Bafang Display! Click image for larger version  Name:	DSC00033.jpeg Views:	1 Size:	26.9 KB ID:	20367

    As you can see the battery is really at 58.3V and the DPC-14 is still stuck at 56.3V.....But anyways who needs to know if your are still over 80%??? And aren't you supposed to charge your battery to 80% always to double the cycle life of the pack?
    Last edited by Sebz; 08-16-2017, 05:46 PM.

    I have the above dpc14 display, I have it set on voltage.
    i would be grateful if somebody could tell me if the actual green battery symbol should also go down in increments or is it just the numbers that decrease next to it?


    • Sebz
      Sebz commented
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      It goes down, but not very accurate, seems to me it's stuck on a 48V range.

    Many thanks for the reply