The last bit of acceleration range on my remote won’t respond (if that makes sense). When i reach a certain point in turning the wheel on my remote from esk8.de, the board just stops accelerating? It haven’t always been like this, it happend on my way to school one morning, at that time i just thought it was the low voltage starting. I have already calibrated my remote on the bldc tool and i get 100% Do anyone have any tips or solutions, it would be greatly appreciated
Can you rephrase? What do you mean it stops, you don’t have anymore power to accelerate more or you suddenly get a power cut?
Which is your remote. Post the link. To me: -It’s the actual max ERPM of your motor. -wrong calibration in the VESC tool. -in case you have two modes on the remote you did the calibration in the slow mode. -you hit some limits that you set at the vesc level.
Yea we gotta know a few more things before answers will start coming in!
First thing, what type of remote do you have? Maybe briefly run down your build.
And the question that @Vanarian asked was my first thought. Are you talking about something like a governor kicking on and you can’t go faster, or are you loosing acceleration when you push the stick further?
Yeah okay. When i reach the point on the wheel it just stays at the same speed, so it dosen’t increase the speed when i turn it even more. This is the remote i have http://www.hellray.de/shop/#!/eSk8-de-Micro-Remote-2-4GHz/p/68315132/category=15842017
My build sk3 6364 213 Kv 2x 4s 8000mAh lipos in series Torque Boards VESC
Here are my settings
yeh it is a winning remote. It should have double speed setting on the side. to me as I said either you hit a limit on your setting. You simple reach the max speed is a 8s build. Or you did the signal mapping with the slow mode selected. Try to sort these hypothesis first.
Ah i maybe think you are right about the two settings on the remote, will try that tomorrow Thanks mate
About how fast are you going when you run into this issue?
26-28 km/h But i have easily achieved 34km/h and that wasn’t full speed.
So you hit 34km/h on this same board? Has anything changed since you did that? Something had to have been different if there is almost a 10km/h drop off.
That is the weird thing, i just happen’d when i was riding to school. But i did replace the vesc with another one, but i am back to the old one again. Can you see anything wrong with my settings?
I’m still trying to learn the VESC settings/troubleshooting stuff right now. Someone else will have to give you some more accurate info.
From what I see, it doesn’t seem bad.
Was it a TB to TB VESC direct swap?
no it was TB to esk8.de