Speedict eBike Android Client
Speedict eBike
Android Client
by Speedict Technology
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Revision 3.0
March 2012
Table of Content
Introduction
p 01
Android Bluetooth Pairing
p 01
Live View
p 03
New Session
p 06
Map View
p 07
Options - Voltage Alert Setting
p 09
Options - eBike Setting
p 10
Options - System Setting
p 11
Trip Record(s)
p 12
Device Connect
p 16
Synchronize eBike
p 17
Erase eBike Device Records
p 18
Battery Analytics
p 19
Trip and Per-charge info field
p 27
Function Mode
p 29
Function Mode Matrix
p 29
I/O Port Location
p 30
Signal Cables
p 31
Signal Cables Pin Assignment
p 31
Sensors And Components
p 32
Multi Sense Mode
p 32
Simply Cut Mode
p 34
PAS Mode
p 36
Throttle Mode
p 38
PAS To Throttle Mode
p 40
Road Legal 1 Mode
p 42
Road Legal 2 Mode
p 44
Select Function Mode via Android Client
p 46
Governor
p 59
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Introduction
Android Client 2.x from Speedict Technology by using Android smart device to Live View streamed
eBike Voltage, Current, Power, Capacity, Speed and GPS data wirelessly via Bluetooth protocol.
by download / synchronize Trip Record(s) to Android smart device, Offline Trip Record(s) can
be reviewed at anytime anywhere without need of pc and usb, offline data also provide
essential information for battery analytics by comparing battery performances or delivered
powers after several battery charge cycles.
Apart from record management, Android Client 2.x also provide remote device setting allows
Odometer and total accumulated data can be reseted, correct tire circumference for accurate
speed measurement, Speed and Temperature unit setting ...
Android Bluetooth Pairing
To connect Speedict eBike with Android smart device, Bluetooth protocol is selected, pairing
both devices via Android’s Wireless & networks settings as below ...
Press menu item settings from Android’s main menu,
on the menu page, tap on the Wireless & networks
item for Bluetooth network setup
Wireless & networks
Make sure the Bluetooth checkbox is
clicked, and tap on the Bluetooth settings
item to manage Bluetooth device (Speedict
eBike)
Bluetooth
Bluetooth settings
eBike
Manage connections, set device name &
discoverability
Phone
Search
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Gmail
Browser
Wallpapers
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Maps
Settings
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Scan for devices
Bluetooth devices
Scanning
Nokia N81
Under Bluetooth devices section, found device
will be displayed, when Speedict eBike is
powered on, it will be searched and listed
there, tap to pair with it ...
Tap to the eBike and ready to pairing ...
Pair with this device
Enter the default pin number 00000 for pairing,
once it is paired, press the eBike icon from
the app page to start Speedict eBike Android
Client !
eBike
Pair with this device
Bluetooth settings
Bluetooth
Bluetooth pairing request
! name
Device
GT-I5700
Type PIN to pair with "eBike".
(Try 0000 or 1234.)
Discoverable
Make device discoverable
Scan for devices
Ok
Bluetooth devices
Cancel
Scanning
Nokia N81
Pair with this device
eBike
Pair with this device
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eBike
Phone
Gmail
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Browser
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Live View
Live View feature enable eBike measured and
calculated electrical parameters stream and display
on Android smart device.
When within range, users can instantly get the
critical electrical parameters hassle free using
their smart device, when GPS built-in Android smart
phone is connected, GPS and map information is also
be displayed and recorded.
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Tap to Live View menu item from Android Client’s main
menu.
If Android’s Bluetooth device is off or eBike device
is absent or out of range, users can access offline
data such as downloaded trip record(s) or perform
battery analytics ... on the top Android info bar the
Speedict icon indicate Android client is on ON or
Offline.
For instance, when Live View is requested and
Bluetooth is Off, Android client will seek and
connect with bond eBike device ...
Battery Analytics
Trip Record(s)
Live View
Device Connect
Options
Exit
Connecting eBike device, please
00
0
(km/h)
Color in
connected
orange
indicate
eBike
is
Speed (km/h)
Avg
Max
Connecting eBike device, please make
sure device is turned on.
Color in grey indicate eBike is
disconnected, and Android is running
on Offline Mode
0.00 0.00
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Live View with Speed information will immediate display !
Drag and slide on the screen for Elapsed Time, Trip Distance, Current, Voltage, Watt Hour,
Power, Temperature and Capacity data show in sequence, or double tap on the screen for display
in sequence automatically.
23
8
(km/h)
Speed (km/h)
23
(km/h)
Avg
Max
Max
18.9
37.0
37.0
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(km/h)
Time (hh:
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16
5
(km/h)
Time (hh:mm:ss)
3
(km/h)
Max
49.11 47.01
35
33
2
(km/h)
Cadence (RPM)
23.5
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6
(km/h)
Current (A)
Present
Max
6.19
18.21
25
6
(km/h)
8
(km/h)
Watt Hour
Current (A)
Voltage (V)
Present
33
Distance (Km)
12.8
00:12:36
22
18
8
(km/h)
Present
Max
wh
wh/km
6.19
18.21
6.19
18.21
22
27
7
(km/h)
Capacity (Ah)
Fwd
Regen
0.51
0.08
2
(km/h)
o
Temperature ( C)
#1
#2
23.4 33.5
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New Session
At any time during Live View, press the Android menu and select New Session menu item for
create new session, when new session is create, eBike will create new record without need to
disconnect and reconnect battery.
23
8
(km/h)
Speed (km/h)
Avg
Max
18.9
37.0
New Session
Map View
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Map View
At any time during Live View, press the Android menu and select Map View for map and route
display on screen, on the bottom bar sensor Speed, GPS Speed and Altitude will be displayed.
23.8 km/h
Speed
23
8
GPS Speed (km)
22.3
GPS Altitude (m)
20.2
(km/h)
Speed (km/h)
Avg
Max
18.9
37.0
New Session
23
Map View
8
(km/h)
Speed (km/h)
Avg
Max
18.9
37.0
Speed
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On map view, press the Android menu and select change view menu item to toggle between map and
satellite view, or press the data view to exit map view and display live data.
23
23
8
(km/h)
8
(km/h)
Speed (km/h)
Speed (km/h)
Avg
Max
Avg
Max
18.9
37.0
18.9
37.0
Speed
Data View
23.8 km/h
Change View
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Options
Option module provides all eBike hardware related settings such as Voltage Alert, reset
Odometer and Accumulated Ah, Tire Circumference, Speed, Temperature unit, whether connect
Bluetooth automatically, or display Live View on start.
Options - Voltage Alert Setting
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Voltage Alert feature provides sound or tone alert
when preset voltage level is reached, this is
especially useful for both battery charging and
avoid battery pack is being over discharged.
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Battery Analytics
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Trip Record(s)
Live View
Device Connect
Options
Exit
Function Mode
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Voltage Alert Setting
eBike Setting
System Settings
Governor Setting
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E.G. Set 54.60 on “When high than” field for tone alert when battery’s voltage reached 54.6V ,
which is for 13 cell LiPo pack when fully charged where charger or BMS system does not have
beep alert feature, set 43.00 on “When lower than” field for tone alert when battery’s voltage
reached 43V to prevent battery pack over-discharged.
Options - eBike Setting
eBike setting module allows user to reset the
Odometer, total accumulated current Ah, set the
Tire Circumference for precise speed
measurement, set both Speed and Temperature
units.
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Voltage Alert Setting
OFF
Voltage Alert
When high than
54.60
Alarm Clock 1
When lower than
43.00
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Alarm Clock 2
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eBike Setting
Odometer
Save
Cancel
Reset Odometer
128 (Mile)
Total Ah
Reset Total Ah
50.23
Tire Circumference (mm)
28-451 20*1-1/8
1545
Function Mode
Speed Unit
Mile Per Hour (MPH)
Voltage Alert Setting
eBike Setting
Temperature Unit
System Settings
Governor Setting
Fahrenheit (oF)
Save
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Options - System Setting
This is setting for whether Android client automatic connect Bluetooth device, display live
data on program started.
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System Setting
Auto connect bluetooth
No
Auto Live View
No
Function Mode
Voltage Alert Setting
eBike Setting
Save
System Settings
Cancel
Governor Setting
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Trip Record(s)
Trip record feature copy and synchronize eBike device’s recorded data to Android Smart device
for battery analytics or offline view.
On Trip Record(s) screen, synchronized trip
record(s) will be shown according to record date
order, press the Android menu button and press
the Synchronize Device menu item to start
synchronize or copy trip record from eBike
device.
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Trip Record(s)
Battery Analytics
Trip Record(s)
Live View
Device Connect
Options
Exit
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Synchronize Device
Synchronize Device
Synchronize will connect
eBike device via your mobile's
bluetooth, press the Synchronize
button to start !
Synchronize
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On synchronizing trip record, the total number of trip record and its trip length will be
displayed as shown, press the Android Exit menu to send the synchronizing work into background
job without users attention.
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Synchronize Device
Synchronizing eBike data
please be patient ...
# 1 (00'33'22)
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When synchronize process is completed, press the
Android Exit menu to return to Trip Record list.
Synchronization task will
be run in background
OK
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Trip Record page displays trip records’ in descending order with default Title name, trip
1
record date , time and its trip length.
Tap on trip record to display its detail information such as voltage, current, power etc. as
shown on right.
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Record 336
Record 338
2011-05-11 11:02:39
00'25'20
Record 337
2011-05-11 09:01:19
00'15'30
Create Date
2011-05-11 13:12:13
Record Date
2011-05-10 16:22:01
Record 336
2011-05-10 16:22:01
00'13'12
00'03'12
Record 335
2011-05-09 22:21:13
Voltage Max (V)
43.12
Voltage Min (V)
40.22
00'33'22
Voltage Avg (V)
42.12
Current Fwd Avg (A)
1
00'13'12
01'02'10
Record 334
2011-04-29 08:12:41
Trip Time
8
on ebike recording trip record with Android phone is presented, phone’s date, time and GPS
data will be recorded, when phone is absented on recording, trip record will use record
synchronize date time as its record time.
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On Trip Record Detail page, tap on the Android
menu and Edit menu item to edit trip record’s
Title, Description, Record Date and Time.
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Record 336
Create Date
2011-05-11 13:12:13
Trip Detail Edit
Record Date
Trip Time
2011-05-10 16:22:01
00'13'12
Voltage Max (V)
43.12
Voltage Min (V)
40.22
Voltage Avg (V)
42.12
8
Current Fwd Avg (A)
Edit
Delete
Trip Detail Edit
Title
Trip to Post Office
Description
To king's road post office
afternoon
Record Date
2011-05-10
Record Time
16:22:01
Update
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Device Connect
Device Connect module provide tools to manage eBike such as device connect / disconnect, erase
data remotely, download data from eBike ...
Connect / Disconnect eBike
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When Android Client is connected to eBike via
bluetooth protocol, press the Disconnect eBike
Device button to disconnect it from eBike, on the
other hand when want to connect to eBike device,
just simply press the Connect eBike Device button
to connect to eBike device via bluetooth ...
Disconnect eBike Device
Battery Analytics
Trip Record(s)
Live View
Device Connect
Options
Exit
Speedict icon located on info bar will change from
online to offline to indicate the current status
Connect eBike Device
Speedict icon located on info bar will change from
offline to online to indicate the current status
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Synchronize eBike
Synchronize feature copy all new or left behind trip record(s) to Android Client for offline
use or battery analytics purposes, if eBike trip record(s) has already been copied to Android
Client, it will skip from copying to reduce processing time.
Synchronize eBike
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Synchronize Device
Synchronizing eBike data
please be patient ...
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Erase eBike Device Records
When remote data erase is needed, press the Erase eBike Records will erase all left behind
trip record(s) within eBike device.
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Erase Record
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Erase Record
Erase eBike Records
Erase records is in progress,
please wait ...
Erase eBike process
completed !
OK
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Battery Analytics
Battery Analytics feature provide battery usage summary by consolidate or assign trips record
data on charging basis, by comparing each charge history, the batteries’ performance and
health can be analyzed.
Below hierarchy shown the relationship of battery pack, charge and trip relationship.
E.G. You have 2 battery packs, 36v and 48v packs, before or
pack, you can create a pre-charge record - “my battery charge
or at any time you can assign its trip record(s) back to each
how battery perform on each charge ... after period of time
you get an idea of the battery’s health and performance.
after you charge up the battery
time #4”, on next battery charge
pre-charge record, then you know
by comparing charge #1 with #99
my battery pack(s)
battery pack
...
pre-charge
information
trip record
...
trip record
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...
battery pack
pre-charge
information
trip record
...
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Press the Battery Analytics menu item from Android Client main menu.
On My Battery Pack(s) page, press the Android
menu button to create your first battery pack by
press the Add New Battery Pack button.
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Battery Analytics
Trip Record(s)
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Live View
Device Connect
Options
Exit
Add New Battery Pack
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Enter battery information such as name, description and its purchase date.
In this example create battery name 36V LifePO4 #1, you can create as many as you can such as
12S LiPo #1 etc.....
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New Battery Pack
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Battery Name
36V LifePO4 # 1
Life pack bought from ebay in april
Description
Purchase Date
Update
Cancel
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Click to the battery pack name into its Pre-charge History details, on Battery Per-charge
History page, click on the Android menu button to add or create battery charge log ...
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Battery Per-charge History
36V LifePO4 # 1
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Battery Per-charge History
36V LifePO4 # 1
Add
Edit
Report
Delete
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Enter battery charge information such as title and description, suggested title name use
battery charge number e.g. #01, #02 or week 23 etc., that make it easy for battery health
comparison.
In this example use “My first battery charge”, click to open it and prepare trip record
assignment.
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Battery Per-charge History
Per-charge Information
36V LifePO4 # 1
36V LifePO4 # 1
Title
My first battery charge
01. 2011-05-11 My first battery charge
Description
Update
0.00 Ah
first charge my ebay lifepo4
Cancel
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On Pre-charge Information page you can assign any trip record to it, pre-charge information or
record contains all trip belonged to this battery charge.
E.G. With this battery fully charged, you drove to work several times, went to cinema until
battery discharged, ebike recorded total 10 records. By assign these 10 trip records to this
charge log, you have all information from this charge at fingertip.
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Battery Per-charge History
Battery Per-charge History
36V LifePO4 # 1
Title
36V LifePO4 # 1
My first battery charge
My first battery charge
Title
Description
first charge my ebay lifepo4
Description
first charge my ebay lifepo4
Date Create
2011-05-11
Date Create
2011-05-11
Date From
N/A
Date To
N/A
Show Trips
0
Total Trips
Voltage Max (V)
Total Trips Time
00'00'00
Voltage Max (V)
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N/A
Date To
Total Trips Time
Total Trips
N/A
Date From
Delete
Total Trips
Time
Voltage Max (V)
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00'00'00
Edit
0
0
Add Trips
00'00'00
0
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Select trip that belonged to this battery charge by click to the trip’s check box, press the
Update button to assign it to the charge record.
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Add Per-charge Record List
Add Per-charge Record List
Record 338
Record 338
2011-05-11 11:02:39
00'25'20
2011-05-11 11:02:39
Record 337
Record 337
00'15'30
2011-05-11 09:01:19
Record 336
Record 336
2011-05-10 16:22:01
00'03'12
2011-05-10 16:22:01
2011-05-11 09:01:19
Update
00'15'30
00'03'12
Record 335
Record 335
2011-05-09 22:21:13
00'25'20
01'02'10
Cancel
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2011-05-09 22:21:13
Update
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01'02'10
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Consolidated trip record into charge information as shown, e.g. Total Trips = 3 means 3 trips
have been assigned to this charge record.
Click to the Show Trips button to review its trip record detail, click to the Edit button to
edit the charge record’s title and description, click to the Add Trips button to add or remove
trip records, click to the Delete button to delete this charge record.
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Battery Per-charge History
Battery Per-charge History
36V LifePO4 # 1
Title
36V LifePO4 # 1
My first battery charge
My first battery charge
Title
Description
first charge my ebay lifepo4
Description
first charge my ebay lifepo4
Date Create
2011-05-11
Date Create
2011-05-11
Date From
2011-05-09 22:21:13
Date From
2011-05-09 22:21:13
Date To
2011-05-11 11:02:39
Date To
2011-05-11 11:02:39
Show Trips
3
Total Trips
Total Trips
Edit
3
Total Trips Time
01'30'42
Delete
Total Trips
Time
Add Trips
01'30'42
Voltage Max
Max (V)
(V)
Voltage
0
43
Voltage Max
Max (V)
(V)
Voltage
0
43
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Trip and Per-charge info field
Below is trip record and per-charge information detail, by comparing these information for
knowing your battery performance ....
FIELD NAME
EXPLANATION
Title
Battery charge history / record name
Description
Battery charge record description
Date Create
Battery charge record date
Date From
The first trip
battery charge
Date To
The last trip
battery charge
Total Trip
Total number of
battery charge
Total Trip Time
Total trips time with the battery charge
Voltage Max (V)
Maximum voltage of charged battery
Voltage Min (V)
Minimum voltage of charged battery
Voltage Avg (A)
Average voltage of charged battery
Voltage Consumed (V)
Total discharged voltage of battery
Current Max (A)
Maximum discharge
discharge
current
of
battery
Current Min (A)
Minimum discharge
discharge
current
of
battery
Current Fwd Avg (A)
Average discharge
discharge
current
of
battery
Current Regen Avg (A)
Average charge
regenerative
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/
/
discharge
date
of
the
discharge
date
of
the
discharge
of
the
trip
/
current
of
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from
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Total Ah (Ah)
Total accumulated current
Total Fwd Ah (Ah)
Total accumulated current on discharge
Total Regen Ah (Ah)
Total accumulated
regenerative
Regen Precentage (%)
Percentage of discharge and regenerative
current
Watt Max (W)
Maximum power consumption in watt
Watt Avg (W)
Average power consumption in watt
Watt Hours (Wh)
Maximum power consumption per hour
Watt Hours Per
Sensor Distance
Watt hour speed based on speed sensor
Watt Hours Per GPS
Distance
Watt hour speed based on GPS data
Sensor Speed Max
Maximum
sensor
Sensor Distance
Distance measure based on speed sensor
Sensor Speed Avg
Average
sensor
Sensor Speed Avg
Trip Time
Trip time measure based on speed sensor
GPS Speed Max
Maximum speed measure based on GPS data
GPS Distance
Distance measure based on GPS data
GPS Speed Avg
Average speed measure based on GPS data
GPS Speed Avg Trip
Time
Trip time measure based on GPS data
Temperature # 1
Temperate measured by temperature sensor
port 1
Temperature # 2
Temperate measured by temperature sensor
port 2
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speed
speed
measure
measure
current
based
based
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on
on
speed
speed
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Function mode
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Function Mode
Function Mode provide configurable on-board I/O port for throttle signal override, pedal
cadence measurement as well as push button for 6km/h start aid to enrich Speedict eBike from
monitoring and logging device to be a truly smart e-bike computer.
Default mode provide up to 2 temperature and 1 speed sensors
mainly for monitoring purposes.
Multi Sense Mode
Simply Cut Mode
Monitor and simulate ebrake signal, sending braking signal to
speed controller whenever cut off is needed.
PAS Mode
Capture and measure pedal cadence rate, matching power delivery
for better power utilization.
Throttle Mode
Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize its range,
override throttle signal for current and speed throttle.
PAS To Throttle Mode
Converts PAS to throttle signal enable non-PAS speed controller
with 1:1 PAS ratio capabilities.
Road Legal 1 Mode
Regulation EN15194 compliance - with Start-Aid button for start up
to 6KM/h and PAS power speed up to legal limit.
Road Legal 2 Mode
Regulation EN15194 compliance - allow throttle (twist-grip) start
up to legal limit (e.g. 25KM/h) with pas engaged otherwise speed
limited to 6KM/h.
Function Mode Matrix
By connect with external sensor or signal source to specific I/O port for different function
needs ...
FUNCTION MODE
PORT # 1
PORT # 2
PORT # 3
PORT # 4
multi-sense
rpm sensor
temperature
temperature
reserved
simply-cut
rpm sensor
temperature
ebrake input
ebrake out
pas
rpm sensor
temperature
pas input
pas out
throttle
rpm sensor
temperature
throttle output
throttle input
pas throttle
rpm sensor
temperature
pas input
throttle out
road legal 1
rpm sensor
start-aid button
pas input
throttle out
road legal 2
rpm sensor
throttle input
pas input
throttle out
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I/O Port Location
Speedict eBike come with 4 I/O ports can be configured for different functions.
Port 1
Port 2
Port 3
Port 4
eBike Front View
GND
+5V
Signal
Port Pin Assignment
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Signal Cables
Signal cable with built-in circuit to capture throttle signal as well as to simulate throttle
signal to speed controller, it is available on speedict website for purchase separately.
ebike throttle
twist-grip
input port
throttle
Throttle Input Cable
controller
ebike port 4
throttle input
controller
ebike port 3 *
throttle input
Throttle Output Cable
* when throttle mode with temperature sensor is installed, use this black throttle cable instead
Signal Cables Pin Assignment
ground
5v
5v
signal
signal
ground
Throttle Input Cable
ground
5v
signal
signal
ground
Throttle Output Cable
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Sensors And Components
The sensor and component shown on this document are for reference only, its size and sharp may
different from real object !
speedict ebike temperature sensor
ebrake lever
pas sensor
twist throttle
speedict ebike speed sensor
hub motor
speedict ebike 6km button
Connection Diagram
Connect speed controller or signal source for different configuration functions.
Multi Sense Mode
The default configuration for those who need up to 2 temperature sensor for system monitor
purpose.
1
2
4
ground
5v
Multi Sense Mode
signal
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Multi Sense Mode Connection Diagram
1
2
4
Multi Sense Mode
Battery Pack
Speed Controller
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Simply Cut Mode
This mode provide simply cut off feature whenever cut off point is reached by simulate braking
signal back to
speed controller.
1
3
2
4
Speed Controller
Simply Cut Mode
ground
ebrake input
5v
signal
Fail-Safe Circuit
In the event of Speedict eBike malfunction, it may cause e-braking system stop responding, by
simply branch out the ebrake signal line and directly connect to speed controller’s ebrake
input whenever speedict ebike is malfunction or lost control e-braking lever can still send
braking signal to speed controller via this line !
4
3
Speed Controller
ebrake input
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Simply Cut Mode Connection Diagram
1
2
3
Simply Cut Mode
Battery Pack
4
Speed Controller
ebrake input
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PAS Mode
With PAS mode is selected, system can monitor the rider’s pedal cadence rate, display and
record for further analyze such as Pedal Rate vs. Power vs. Speed ...
PAS model also provide new feature called cadence matching for fully utilize power system.
1
3
2
4
Speed Controller
pas input
PAS Mode
ground
5v
signal
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PAS Mode Connection Diagram
1
2
3
PAS Mode
Battery Pack
4
Speed Controller
pas input
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Throttle Mode
When throttle mode is selected, throttle’s signal will be monitored and pass through back to
speed controller, whenever cut off point is reached, system will control and simulate throttle
signal to speed controller E.G. regulate and maintain speed to 25KM/h when over speed is
detected.
This mode can re-define throttle’s lowest and highest point for utilize throttle range.
1
3
2
4
Speed Controller
throttle input
Throttle Mode
ground
5v
signal
speedict throttle in cable
speedict throttle out cable
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1
2
4
Throttle Mode
Battery Pack
3
Speed Controller
throttle input
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PAS To Throttle Mode
For generic speed controller lack of 1:1 PAS ratio, this mode can translate a PAS signal
source to controller’s throttle signal in combining cadence matching feature to make PAS 1:1
ratio possible.
1
3
2
4
Speed Controller
throttle input
PAS to Throttle Mode
ground
5v
signal
speedict throttle out cable
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PAS To Throttle Mode Connection Diagram
1
2
3
PAS to Throttle Mode
Battery Pack
4
Speed Controller
throttle input
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Road Legal 1 Mode
In some european countries, regulation EPAC (Electrically Power Assisted Cycles) required
startup assist provide speed up to 6KM/h, with this mode is selected and when Start-Aid button
is pressed it will delivery power to speed up to 6KM/h, and pedal assist system delivery power
up to legal speed 25KM/h.
pedal assist system
start-aid button
6 km/h
25 km/h
1
3
2
4
Speed Controller
throttle input
Road Legal 1 Mode
ground
5v
signal
speedict throttle out cable
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Road Legal 1 Mode Connection Diagram
1
2
3
Road Legal 1 Mode
Battery Pack
4
Speed Controller
throttle input
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Road Legal 2 Mode
In some european countries, regulation EPAC (Electrically Power Assisted Cycles) required
startup assist provide speed up to 6KM/h, with this mode is selected it allow twist-grip
throttle power for start up and speed up to 6KM/h whenever pedal movement is detected (PAS) it
continuos delivery power up to legal speed 25KM/h.
pedal assist system
twist-grip throttle
6 km/h
25 km/h
1
3
2
4
Speed Controller
throttle input
Road Legal 2 Mode
ground
5v
speedict throttle in cable
signal
speedict throttle out cable
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Road Legal 2 Mode Connection Diagram
1
2
3
Road Legal 2 Mode
Battery Pack
4
Speed Controller
throttle input
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Select Function Mode via Android Client
Click on Android main menu button for Speedict client menu then click on option item for
option submenu, when option submenu displayed, click on Function Mode for available functions.
on Function Mode list click on Multi-Sense Mode’s triangle button for selection.
Multi Sense Mode
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Speedict Android Client
Function Mode
Version 2.3
Function mode with configurable
function model through its on-board 4
i/o ports to provide riders’ needs on
both safety and system utilization.
Current Mode selected : N/A
Speedict Android Client
Battery Analytics
Live View
Version
2.3
Multi-Sense
Trip Record(s)
Default mode support up to 2 Temperature and 1
Speed sensor mainly for system monitoring
Device Connect
Simply Cut
Monitor and simulate ebrake signal, sending braking
signal to speed controller whenever cut off is needed
Options
Exit
PAS
Capture and measure pedal cadence rate, matching
power delivery for better power utilization
Function Mode
Throttle
Voltage Alert Setting
System Settings
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Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize
eBike Setting
throttle range, provide current and speed throttle
Governor Setting
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Its port, pin and connection diagram introduction page will be shown, click on OK button to
confirm the mode change.
Speedict eBike
Port Assignment
Port 1
Port 2
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Pin Assignment
Port 3
Port 4
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gnd
+5v
signal
Multi-Sense Mode Diagram
Next
1
2
4
Next
OK
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Simply Cut Mode
For Simply Cut mode, click on the Simply Cut triangle button ... on connection diagram page
press the OK button to confirm the selection.
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Function Mode
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Simply Cut Mode Diagram
Function mode with configurable
function model through its on-board 4
i/o ports to provide riders’ needs on
both safety and system utilization.
Current Mode selected : N/A
Multi-Sense
Default mode support up to 2 Temperature and 1
Speed sensor mainly for system monitoring
Simply Cut
Monitor and simulate ebrake signal, sending braking
signal to speed controller whenever cut off is needed
OK
PAS
Capture and measure pedal cadence rate, matching
power delivery for better power utilization
Throttle
Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize
throttle range, provide current and speed throttle
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PAS Mode
For PAS Mode, click on the PAS triangle button ... on connection diagram page click on the OK
button to confirm mode change and for next available option features.
Current Mode selected : Simply Cut
Function Mode
Function Mode
Function mode with configurable
function model through its on-board 4
i/o ports to provide riders’ needs on
both safety and system utilization.
Speedict eBike
PAS Mode Diagram
Simply
CurrentCut
Mode selected : Simply Cut
Monitor and simulate ebrake signal, sending braking
signal to speed controller whenever cut off is needed
PAS
Capture and measure pedal cadence rate, matching
power delivery for better power utilization
Throttle
Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize
throttle range, provide current and speed throttle
PAS to Throttle
Converts PAS to throttle signal enable non-PAS speed
controller with 1:1 PAS ratio capabilities
Road Legal 1
Regulation EN15194 compliance - with start-aid button
for start up to 6km and PAS power speed up to legal
limit
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On PAS magnet page enter the number of sensor magnet number and click to the Next button for
cadence matching setting, on cadence matching page enter the pedal cadence rate for desire
power level output, this feature especial useful for power utilization, click on the OK button
to save the setting on device.
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Cadence Matching
PAS Magnet #
Cadence Matching feature translate
your pedal cadence RPM in proportion
to power delivery for better power
utilization.
Note : for generic speed controller
lack of 1:1 PAS feature, use PAS to
Throttle mode is highly recommended.
How many magnet on your PAS
sensor disc ?
5
PAS Cadence Rate
(1 - 120)
Power Level Output
(1 - 100)
=
60
Next
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100
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Throttle Mode
For Throttle Mode, click on the Throttle triangle button ... on connection diagram page click
on the OK button to confirm mode change and for next available option features.
Function Mode
Function Mode
Speedict eBike
Throttle Mode Diagram
Function mode with configurable
Simply
Cutmodel through its on-board 4
function
i/o ports
to provide
riders’sending
needs
on
Monitor
and simulate
ebrake signal,
braking
signal
speed controller
whenever utilization.
cut off is needed
bothto safety
and system
PAS
Current Mode selected : PAS
Capture and measure pedal cadence rate, matching
power delivery for better power utilization
Throttle
Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize
throttle range, provide current and speed throttle
PAS to Throttle
Converts PAS to throttle signal enable non-PAS speed
controller with 1:1 PAS ratio capabilities
OK
Road Legal 1
Regulation EN15194 compliance - with start-aid button
for start up to 6km and PAS power speed up to legal
limit
Road Legal 2
Regulation en15194 compliance - allow throttle (twistgrip) start up to legal limit (e.g. 25km) with pas engaged
otherwise speed limited to 6km
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twist-grip throttle voltage / signal
|
~1V
speed controller responsive zone
|
~1.3V
|
non-responsive zone
On Throttle Range Setup page
define the lowest and
highest throttle point
|
may help to increase
~4V
throttle response and
utilize entire throttle
range due to most of the speed
|
controller and twist-grip
~3.8V
throttle on the market have
compatible issues.
|
unused zone
Now lift the
ground, and
throttle range setup ...
bike above
ready for
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Throttle Range Setup
Throttle Range Setup
Throttle Range Override
ON
Throttle Range Override
Lowest Throttle Point
Lowest Throttle Point
Highest Throttle Point
Highest Throttle Point
RPM :
00
Next
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RPM :
ON
00
Next
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To define the lowest throttle point, click on the Lowest Throttle Point button then press the
+ button until motor start turning, for every + button is pressed Speedict eBike increase
voltage and send to speed controller as throttle signal ...
E.G. to start turning motor, Speedict eBike may need to send 1.3V to speed controller and mark
this voltage as lowest throttle point therefore whenever generic twist-grip throttle or PAS
sensor is installed its lowest point voltage 1V will be translated to 1.3V by Speedict eBike.
For safety purpose, press the - button few times to retrieve some points backward due to
temperature may vary throttle voltage, try for the best result.
To define the highest throttle point, click on the Highest Throttle Point button then press
the + button all the way up to the maximum speed the controller can delivery, on pressing the
+ button, some controller may cease power as it may over controller’s predefined highest
voltage point e.g. 3.8V, whenever it happened press
the - button until regain the controller high
voltage point.
Press the Next button to set the motor start
power.
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Throttle Range Setup
Throttle Range Override
ON
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Motor Start Power
Lowest Throttle Point
Highest Throttle Point
RPM :
00
Motor start power option control
startup power with 100 level increment
from soft to hard start, with soft start
power can prevent geared motor from
damage.
Start Power (1 - 100)
Next
20
Next
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Set throttle type for either Speed or Current govern by throttle action, E.G. when Speed
Throttle is selected and speed value is set to 25KM/h mean when full throttle is hold Speedict
eBike will try keep the speed to 25KM and whenever half throttle is hold it will maintain
speed on 12.5KM/h, fine turn with gain value for better result, for current throttle e.g. set
20A for current value mean when full throttle is on, system ceiling to 20A and when half
throttle is hold it will govern to 10A ...
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Throttle Type
Throttle Type
Disable
Mode
Disable
Mode
Disable
Speed Throttle
Current Throttle
Save
Cancel
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Press the Save button to save the setting on device.
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Throttle Type
Throttle Type
Current Throttle
Mode
Speed Throttle
Mode
Current Value (A)
20.00
Speed Value (kmh)
25.0
Gain (1-100)
50
Speed Gain (1-100)
50
Save
Cancel
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PAS To Throttle Mode
On PAS To Throttle Mode, setup as PAS Mode with PAS Sensor Magnet and Cadence Matching + Motor
Start Power + Throttle Type especially useful for generic speed controller lack of good PAS
feature.
When cadence matching is set to 60RPM = 100% Power, Throttle Type is Speed Throttle and set to
30KM/h mean whenever cadence is reached 60 the speed will be governed to 30KM/h, when cadence
is 30 speed will governed to 15KM/h etc ...
Simply Cut
Function Mode
PAS to Throttle
Function Mode
PAS to Throttle Mode Diagram
Monitor and simulate ebrake signal, sending braking
signal to speed controller whenever cut off is needed
Function mode with configurable
function model through its on-board 4
PAS
i/o ports to provide riders’ needs on
Capture
and measure
cadence
rate, matching
both safety
and pedal
system
utilization.
power delivery for better power utilization
Current Mode selected : Throttle
Throttle
Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize
throttle range, provide current and speed throttle
PAS to Throttle
Converts PAS to throttle signal enable non-PAS speed
controller with 1:1 PAS ratio capabilities
Road Legal 1
OK
Regulation EN15194 compliance - with start-aid button
for start up to 6km and PAS power speed up to legal
limit
Road Legal 2
Regulation EN15194 compliance - allow throttle (twistgrip) start up to legal limit (e.g. 25km) with PAS
engaged otherwise speed limited to 6km
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Road Legal 1 Mode
This is one of the EN-15194 compliant modes with 6KM/h Start-Aid button, with Start-Aid button
is installed and pressed (hold), Speedict eBike delivery power to start a bike up to 6KM/h and
whenever PAS is detected it will transfer control to PAS for speed up to legal 25KM/h ...
Click on the Road Legal 1 Mode triangle button to select Road Legal 1 Mode, and after
connection diagram -> enter PAS Sensor number -> Cadence Matching ratio -> Throttle Range Setup
-> Motor Start Power -> finally Throttle Type.
Speedict eBike
Function Mode
Road Legal 1 Mode Diagram
Function Mode
Function
modepedal
with
confi
gurable
Capture and measure
cadence
rate,
matching
power delivery
for better
power utilization
function
model
through
its on-board 4
i/o ports to provide riders’ needs on
both
safety and system utilization.
Throttle
Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize
throttle range, provide current and speed throttle
Current Mode selected : PAS to Throttle
PAS to Throttle
Converts PAS to throttle signal enable non-PAS speed
controller with 1:1 PAS ratio capabilities
Road Legal 1
Regulation EN15194 compliance - with start-aid button
for start up to 6km and PAS power speed up to legal
limit
OK
Road Legal 2
Regulation EN15194 compliance - allow throttle (twistgrip) start up to legal limit (e.g. 25km) with PAS
engaged otherwise speed limited to 6km
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Road Legal 2 Mode
Like Road Legal 1 Mode mentioned above, this mode combine twist-grip throttle and PAS and
allow start up by twist-grip throttle up to 6KM/h, whenever PAS is detected either twist-grip
throttle or PAS can delivery power up to 25KM/h road legal speed.
Click on the Road Legal 2 Mode triangle button to select Road Legal 2 Mode, and after
connection diagram -> enter PAS Sensor number -> Cadence Matching ratio -> Throttle Range Setup
-> Motor Start Method -> finally Throttle Type.
Motor Start Method control how motor response to twistgrip throttle action.
6 km/h : with this option is selected, when start
with twist-grip throttle without PAS movement is
detected, system will govern the top speed up to
6km/h.
Simply Cut
Function Mode
Function Mode
Function mode with configurable
function model through its on-board 4
PAS
i/o ports
to provide
riders’ rate,
needs
on
Capture
and measure
pedal cadence
matching
power
for and
better system
power utilization
bothdelivery
safety
utilization.
Throttle
Current Mode selected : Road Legal 1
Start Power : with this option is selected, whenever
PAS movement is detected the motor power is based on
either twist-grip throttle or PAS action without
6KM/h ceiling, this option may applied to some
countries, so check your local regulation is highly
recommended.
Re-define throttle’s low and high point for linearize
throttle range, provide current and speed throttle
PAS to Throttle
Converts PAS to throttle signal enable non-PAS speed
controller with 1:1 PAS ratio capabilities
Road Legal 1
Speedict eBike
Speedict eBike
Regulation EN15194 compliance - with start-aid button
for start up to 6km and PAS power speed up to legal
limit
Motor Start Method
Road Legal 2
Motor Start Method
Motor start method for twist-grip
throttle action
Motor start method for twist-grip
throttle action
option is selected,
when start with twist-grip throttle
without PAS movement is detected,
system will govern the top speed up to
6km/h
6 km/h : with this option is selected,
when start with twist-grip throttle
without PAS movement is detected,
system will govern the top speed up to
6km/h
Start Power : with this option is
selected, whenever PAS movement is
Mode
6 km/h
detected
the motor
power is based on
either twist-grip throttle or PAS action
without 6km ceiling, this option may
applied to some countries, so check
your local regulation is highly
Save
Cancel
recommended
Start Power : with this option is
selected, whenever PAS movement is
Mode
Startpower
Power is based on
detected
the motor
either twist-grip throttle or PAS action
without
6km ceiling, this10 option may
Start Power (1-100)
applied to some countries, so check
your local regulation is highly
Save
Cancel
recommended
Regulation EN15194 compliance - allow throttle (twistgrip) start up to legal limit (e.g. 25km) with PAS
engaged otherwise speed limited
to 6km : with this
6 km/h
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Governor
Apart from Speed and Current Throttle features, Speedict eBike provide another
governing Speed, Temperature, Power, Voltage and Current by Governor functions.
way
to
Application Interface
Like Offline and Function Mode, Governor function work on
Android platform only, for normal JAVA phone please stay on
firmware 1.x for standard features.
Click on the menu button for main menu displayed as shown
on right, then click on the Governor Setting button shown
below for governor related settings.
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Version 2.3
Battery Analytics
Trip Record(s)
Live View
Device Connect
Options
Exit
Speedict Android Client
Version 2.3
Function Mode
Voltage Alert Setting
eBike Setting
System Settings
Governor Setting
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On Governor page the cutoff point of Speed, Voltage, Watt, Current and Temperature can be
entered and enabled individually, click on the Save button to save the value.
setting
governor status
description
on/off toggle button
Speedict eBike
Governor Setting
alert
sound alert when cut-off point is
reached
ON
Governor Status
ON
Alert
speed
over speed cut-off (either kmh or
mph)
voltage
under voltage cut-off
current
over current cut-off
temperature
over temperature cut-off (c or f)
watt
over power (watt) cut-off
Speed (KM/H)
25.0
Voltage (V)
22.40
Current (A)
15.00
Temperature (°C)
70.0
Watt (W)
300
Save
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Caring Instruction
The eBike contains no user serviceable parts inside. It does not
require special care, just gentle wipe the eBike with a damp cloth if it gets dirty and it can
be stored anywhere other than an extreme environment or under direct sunlight for a prolonged
period of time.
Technical Support
Please visit out site www.speedict.com or email us at
[email protected] for more technical support if you are still having difficulties or have
questions that aren’t covered in this manual.
Warranty
The eBike is guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year starting from the date of your original purchase.
Please refer to the Speedict product warranty page for detailed terms and conditions as well
as procedures for warranty claims.
Changes
The material in this manual is for owners’ information only and
is subject to change without notice. While reasonable efforts have been made in the
preparation of this manual to ensure accuracy, Speedict assumes no liability resulting from
errors or omissions in this manual or from the use of information contained herein. Speedict
reserves the right to make changes in the product design without reservation and without
notification to users. Please check out our website www.speedict.com frequently for the latest
user manual.
Copyright
Copyright (c) 2012 by Speedict. All rights reserved. No part of
this manual may, without the written permission of Speedict be reproduced or transmitted in
any form or by an means, analog, digital, electronic or mechanical, including imaging,
photocopying and recording, for any purpose other than the owner’s personal use.
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