S830 Display / 2000w Manual

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2000w kit basic Instructions

Scroll down all the way for the controller wiring diagram.

important - the torque arm that comes with your kit is of the upmost importance, install it or we guarantee you'll regret it eventually if not immediately.
torque arm installation tutorial (skip to 18:10) : https://youtu.be/Ex0UbXV7wvg

1. Take the wheel out of the box, screw the freewheel onto the wheel. Install your inner-tube and tire onto the wheel (new or from your old rear wheel). Remove your wheel's old brake disc and transfer it to the new wheel. inflate your tire to higher than your bike would usually run on (because of the extra weight).

After removing your old rear wheel from the frame, get the frame upside down on the floor.

Temporarily take off your brake callipers (part attached to the frame near the wheel, not your brake levers). 

Carefully and patiently (maybe even with the help of someone else) put your new wheel onto the frame, making sure to not damage the cable. Use the spacers already on the wheel to appropriately position the wheel so that no part of the wheel that spins is rubbing against your frame. There's also a few more spacers inside the kit if needed, but most people won't. Take your time with this process, for some it will be a 30 second task but some also may get frustrated, take it slow.

Then after the wheel is in place and tightened, re-install the brake callipers you took off previously. You may realise that the spacing for the callipers is off, in this case you'll need to add or remove spacers onto the wheel's dropout to get the positioning right, so it's good to pay attention to the spacing required by the brakes when positioning the wheel the first time around.

After the wheel and brake clippers are installed and you are happy with their position, secure the motor's wire to the frame with zip-ties, making sure that the wire is not touching the disc or any moving part of the wheel and isn't in danger of doing so in the future.

torque arm installation tutorial (skip to 18:10)

2. Install everything that goes on your handle bar (display, throttle, brake levers or brake sensors if you have bought hydraulic brake sensors)

hydraulic brake sensor tutorial : https://youtu.be/IvDURsQJA64

3. place controller in either the provided free controller bag. Bring the connectors out of the controller bag's hole on one side. Now, wire everything together. Ignore the two single blue wires and small two wire white connector (the two blue wires are for limiting the power off the controller to 250W, so make sure you leave those two disconnected from each other, the other connector is a headlight connector if you wish to have a headlight for your bike in the future) also ignore the PAS connector if you aren't planning on installing a pedal assist sensor.

if you are going to install a pedal assist (PAS) sensor, here is a youtube tutorial.
D12 PAS tutorial : https://youtu.be/vFYyvEu9WR8

connect all the wiring (except for battery) and make sure to double check everything. Connectors only connect one way and so you can't get any connections wrong, but make sure there aren't any loose connections or broken wires. Avoid bending wires too much.

4. Install the battery's base plate onto the frame. Then connector the wire from the base plate to your controller (while the battery is still disconnected from the whole bike).

5. Switch off your battery from the small switch on the battery itself, put the battery on the bike and lock it. Now you can turn the battery on. This is done because if the battery was on when you were putting it on and locking it, it could have caused sparking at the controller or battery terminals. So we always recommend switching off the battery whenever you are taking it off or putting it on the bike.

After the battery is on the frame and switched on, press and hold the middle button of the display's controller to switch the bike on. For the first time, you'll have to set up the display/controller's settings. These are things like wheel diameter,  voltage and measurement unit. The manual for the display's settings and error codes are below.
After setting those, you're ready to go. Put the bike into power level 1,2,3,4 or 5 by using the up and down arrows of the displays control and you can move off. keeping the bike on power level 0 when you are stationary is a good idea to prevent accidental acceleration (because its not impossible to accidentally twist the throttle).



S830 LCD Display Manual


P01: Display Brightness (1: darkest; 3: brightest)
P02: Mileage Unit (0: KM; 1: MILE)
P03: Voltage: 24V /36V / 48V / 52V  (set to 52 if you have a 2000w kit)
P04: Hibernation Time - After how many minutes of idleness the screen should automatically shut down. (0 = never)
P05: "Gear/Power" Levels – 0 = 3 Modes: 1 = 5 Modes
P06: Wheel Diameter (Unit: inch) Precision: 0.1
P07: Motor Magnet Number: 1-100 (Set to 46 if you have a 2000w kit)
P08: Speed Limit (km/h) - Highest parameter indicates no speed limit.
P09: Zero / Non-zero Start Setting:
        0: Zero Start -  Throttle works from a standstill
        1: Non-zero Start - Bike must be moving for throttle input to work
P10: Drive Mode Setting
        0: PAS Drive – Only pedal assist will be taken as input. In this status the throttle input does not work.         
        1: Throttle Drive – The vehicle is driven by the throttle. In this status the PAS (pedal assist) input does not work.
        2: PAS + Throttle – Both pedal assist and throttle are taken as input. (if in "zero start" throttle input will not work from a standstill.
P11: PAS sensitivity -  Range: 1-24 (24 is softest setting using least power)

P12: PAS Intensity Range: 0-5
P13: PAS Magnet Number - number of magnets on your pedal assist sensor.
P14: Current draw limit - Set to about 40 if you are using the 2000w kit

P16: Odometer reset : Long press the upper key for 5 seconds and ODO will reset to zero.


S830 Error Codes.
 1 Save.
 2 Brakes are active (Not an error, just an indication of when brakes are active)
 3 PAS issues (at specific mode).
 4 6 km/h cruising. (Not an error, only supported on certain controllers)
 5 Real-time cruising. (Not an error, only supported on certain controllers)
 6 Battery voltage is low.
 7 Motor issues. (Check hall sensor/ motor wires)
 8 Throttle issues.
 9 Controller issues.
 10 Communication receiving issues. (Between controller and display)
11 Communication transmitting issues. (Between controller and display)
12 BMS communication issues.
13 Headlight issues.

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