Caution! this is not a professional project. Anything you do with this firmware is at your own risk. In any case, use a quick fuse in the power supply to minimize the risk of destroying the controller, battery or motor!
Please read and reread the wiki.
Many thanks to the team of the Forumscontroller, Main functions are from there!
This is the maintained fork of casainho's project(not maintained)
About the project
This firmware replaces the closed source one on Kunteng sine wave controllers. It enables you to change basically anything about the way the controller reacts to inputs (throttle, PAS, torque sensor, brake, displays) and handles different modes/states concerning power output. A graphical tool is available, which allows the use of the firmware even for less experienced Windows users without programming knowledge. With the BluOsec android app you can control the assist level and set many parameters at runtime. Download it by clicking this link.
Help out yo
If you want something added / changed that isn't already implemented / beta / buggy, you have to get involved yourself. This is a hobbyists project and there is no one else to blame than yourself if something isn't working as desired ;-)
- Sine wave control with simplified FOC
- Overvoltage (regeneration) and undervoltage protection
- Motor stop while braking
- Driving modes:
- PAS sensor with torque simulation and reverse step detection
- Throttle (also as override)
- Torque sensor
- Recuperation via analog "thumb brake" signal or digitally by brake switch
- Start-up support in torque sensor mode
- Pushing aid
- Block commutation during start-up (only if you have o motor without "weird" angle definitions.
- Kunteng LCD3 / LCD5 (C/P parameters mapped differently)
- BluOsec App as Display / as Trip monitor / for on the fly configuration
- Kingmeter J-LCD and Forerider App (not tested for a long time now)
- You debug it thoroughly
- You tell us / patch it yourself ;-)
For further reading
The documentation on the project, aka wiki, can be found here
The corresponding thread in the german Pedelecforum can be found here
Want to help
There is always things to improve, don't hesitate to get involved if you have improvements in mind.