LCD Screen User Manual

Many thanks for your purchase of our Electric Bike Conversion Kits. We recommend you take a few minutes to read though the below user manual for the LCD screen to give you a better understanding of your bike control and bike status.

Functions and Display for your LCD screen

1 – Up Button
2 – On/Off Button
3 – Down Button
4 – Battery Capacity Indicator
5 – Backlights and Headlights
6 – The Brake Display
7 – (TM – Single Trip Time) or (TMM – Total Trip Time)
8 – Motor W – Power Display Watts
9 – Temperature
10 – Pavement Mode of 6Km/h
11- Riding Speed
12 – Distance
13 – PAS Level – Cruise

Operation

1 – On/Off
Hold the On/Off Button to turn the power on/off. If the LCD screen is left on while the motor is not in use for five minutes the LCD screen will power off automatically.
2 – Display Screen One
After completing step 1 above. You will be on Display Screen 1
2.1 – Turn on Backlights and Headlights
Press and hold the Up Button until the backlight on the LCD screen lights up. (For Headlights you should have the headlights connected to the controller). To turn the Backlight off you simply press and hold the Up Button again until the light turns off.
2.2 – Assist Ratio
To adjust the level of assistance you receive from the motor you will need to press the Up Button to increase through the levels or press the Down Button to decrease the level of assistance. While the assistance level is in 0 you receive no assistance and power from the motor.
2.3 – Pavement Mode – 6Km/h
Press and hold the Down Button and the motor will automatically run at a speed less than 6Km/h. To exit release the Down Button
2.4 – Cruise Control
While riding at more than 7Km/h hold the Down Button to enter Cruise Mode. You will see a C where the PAS Level of Assistance normally is. You will Cruise at this speed until you press and hold any other button or brake.
2.5 – Display and Delete Single Data
After the LCD screen has been on for five seconds or longer press and hold both the Up Button and Down Button together until the TM and DST are flashing. Then press and hold the On/Off Button until the TM and DST clear.


General Set Up of your LCD screen

1 – Set Maximum Riding Speed
Power up your LCD Screen by pressing and holding the On/Off Button so you get to Display Screen One. Within five seconds of the LCD screen turning on press and hold Up Button and Down Button until the maximum speed flashes on the screen. You can now press the Up Button to increase the max speed or the Down Button to decrease the maximum speed. When you have your desired maximum speed press the On/Off Button to save and advance.
2 – Wheel Size
Next stage is setting your correct wheel diameter. You can set the wheel size (") to 6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28 and 700c. Please use 28" for a 27.5" or 700c for a 29" wheel. To adjust press Up Button to increase the wheel size or Down Button to decrease the wheel size. Press the On/Off Button to save and advance.
3 – Set Metric Units
Last stage is setting your metric units. You can select between MPH and KPH by pressing the Up Button or the Down Button. Selecting KPH will also adjust Total Distance to KM and Temperature to C while MPH will adjust Total Distance to Miles and Temperature to F. Press the On/Off Button to save. Then press and hold the On/Off Button to return to Display Screen One.


Error Messages

If you come across an error on your LCD screen it will be displayed by Info_0? on the LCD screen. For what each code is and what to check please read below.

Info_01 – Throttle Error
Normally caused by the throttle sticking and not springing back up when released. First turn the LCD screen off and press down the throttle to see if it springs back. If it doesn't you will need to move the throttle so it's on a straight part of the handlebars. If this still doesn't resolve please visit our warranty page to start a warranty return.
Info_03 – Motor Hall Signal Error
This is normally caused by a loose connection on the wiring loom from the motor to the controller. Firstly check the wire coming out of the motor. It plugs straight into a port. Disconnect and check that the inner pins are not damaged. If OK plug back in firmly ensuring the arrows on top are aligned. Then check the three phase wires are not damaged. If look OK unplug and reconnect again ensuring they are firmly connected. If this still doesn't resolve please visit our warranty page to start a warranty return.
Info_04 – Torque Sensor Signal Error
This is an uncommon error code. Firstly check the wire coming out of the motor. It plugs straight into a port. Disconnect and check that the inner pins are not damaged. If OK plug back in firmly ensuring the arrows on top are aligned. Then check the three phase wires are not damaged. If look OK unplug and reconnect again ensuring they are firmly connected. If this still doesn't resolve please visit our warranty page to start a warranty return.
Info_05 – Axis Speed Sensor Error
This is an uncommon error code. Firstly check the wire coming out of the motor. It plugs straight into a port. Disconnect and check that the inner pins are not damaged. If OK plug back in firmly ensuring the arrows on top are aligned. Then check the three phase wires are not damaged. If look OK unplug and reconnect again ensuring they are firmly connected. If this still doesn't resolve please visit our warranty page to start a warranty return.
Info_06 – Motor or Controller Error
This is normally caused by a loose connection on the wiring loom from the motor to the controller. Firstly check the wire coming out of the motor. It plugs straight into a port. Disconnect and check that the inner pins are not damaged. If OK plug back in firmly ensuring the arrows on top are aligned. Then check the three phase wires are not damaged. If look OK unplug and reconnect again ensuring they are firmly connected. If this still doesn't resolve please visit our warranty page to start a warranty return.