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    DPC-14 And 860C not plugged in correctly is causing Drive to seem DEAD

    The new color display has a separate control that plugs in with the same type of plug as the one that goes to the harness.

    If they are plugged in backwards the Bafang Drive wont turn on.

    Make sure these 2 connectors are connected properly in the right color.



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    #2
    I read all the info on the LUNA site but have a couple questions about the new 860C meter
    I would like to upgrade the meter on my X1 to the 860C

    The stock meter on the X1 is a PITA to reset the trip mileage
    You have to tunnel down into the setup menu to reset it

    My BBSHD 750C meter is way easier by just pressing two buttons at the same time.
    How do you reset the trip mileage on the new 860C meter?

    Question 2:
    It says this on the Luna site
    This model is compatible with the m600 drive only. This will NOT WORK with BBSHD or BBS02 products.

    This YouTube video says it works with BBSHD, BBS02 and BBS01 also
    https://youtu.be/al2ICgJnZ9w

    Is that the same meter in the video?

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    • Sebz
      Sebz commented
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      it's the same except that the M600 version only works on M600 motors and the BBSxx model only works on BBSxx motors!

      As for the trip reset, I do not know as I dont own one I (and don't use the trip meter) but I'm sure someone can comment on this. Maybe paxtana knows?

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Select trip on the display. Then hold + and - at same time.

    #3
    paxtana commented
    3 hours ago
    Select trip on the display. Then hold + and - at same time.
    Excellent, that's what I was hoping it would be
    I just placed my order for one

    My old eyes hated that stock X1 meter
    Last edited by EL34; 1 week ago.

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      #4
      Got my 860C last night
      This is an awesome meter
      Thanks Luna
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        #5
        paxtana
        Would the meter be set for 48 volts on the X1?

        I can't change the wheel diameter on the 860C meter.
        27.5 inch is not close enough for the big tires I use.
        The mileage was always off because of not being able to set the wheel diameter.

        On my 750C meter, I set the wheel size so that the distance matched closer to the real mileage traveled
        Last edited by EL34; 1 day ago.

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        • paxtana
          paxtana commented
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          Yes x1 uses 48

          Can't help on the diameter unfortunately. You could use a separate cycle meter for calculating trip if you were so inclined. Bunch of places sell them for under 20 bucks

        #6
        Hmm, I just paid $107 for a meter than can do what I am asking, but it is locked out in the menu?
        Also, the meter is set at 52 volts, not 48 volts and that cannot be changed either?

        At 4:14 in this youtube video, he shows being able to change the wheel diameter on the BBSHD version of the 860C meter.
        Not sure why the X1 version would be locked?

        This makes no sense to me

        Last edited by EL34; 1 day ago.

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        • paxtana
          paxtana commented
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          That is a different version

        #7
        Yes I know, but it's probably just firmware that makes it different.

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        • paxtana
          paxtana commented
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          Probably. That is not something we have access to though, at least as far as I am aware.
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