The most common problem with 52 volt batteries is that the stranded copper wire will flex when the battery is moved.
In order to prevent this problem, you need to bring the wire up to the same voltage potential as the rest of the cells.
However, this can be a challenging task.
The BBS02 is a great tool for tuning your bike’s electronics, but you need to know how to use it properly.
There are some common mistakes people make that will cause your bike’s electronics to malfunction.
For example, one common error is trying to use a 52v battery with a 48v motor.
The best way to avoid this problem is to make sure the battery you’re using has the same voltage potential as the other cells.
.el file for bbs02
If your BBS02 is not reading 36v, you can use a temperature probe to prevent damage to the controller.
The temperature probe is easily installed and costs $2 shipped.
You will also need a windows PC with USB port, Empowered Cycles’ programming cable, and some software.
Once you have everything installed, click the “READ FLASH” or “WRITE FLASH” button on the software.
The software will then change the values on all three tabs at once.
.el file for bbshd
The BBSHD is a high-performance disk drive that comes in three different sizes, depending on the bottom bracket you use.
You’ll need to measure your bottom bracket before ordering to make sure the correct size is available.
The standard sizes range from 68 to 73mm, while fat and wide sizes range from 74 to 100mm.
The extra-fat size is also available, and it’s recommended that you order the correct size based on your bottom bracket.