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    Is E-Joe Jade 750 Low Voltage Cutoff Adjustable?

    Yea, things are making more sense now, the BMS app is now showing the battery capacity go down much faster and is more in sync with what I would expect. I'll still have to adjust the bar graph voltages on the bikes display a bit. At a 700 W load the voltage drop is only about 1V. Thanks
  2. J

    Is E-Joe Jade 750 Low Voltage Cutoff Adjustable?

    As far as going like hell, meh. I did get the BMS app to read as high as 700W though, going full throttle up hills. I think it's speed limited to 25MPH, but that can be changed. ;)
  3. J

    Is E-Joe Jade 750 Low Voltage Cutoff Adjustable?

    Oh, duh. The manual shows how to get to more settings. It doesn't have a low voltage cut off though. The cells are supposed to be 200Amp capable. Next time I ride I'll see if I can read the voltage sag off the Daly BMS, I don't think it should be much. But then maybe the voltage reading is not...
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    Is E-Joe Jade 750 Low Voltage Cutoff Adjustable?

    Hello, I bought a used E-Joe Jade 750 with no battery. Since I do alot of RC hobby stuff I thought I'd make my own. I used 16 Headway 38120 LiFePo4 8000 mAh cells. I've got a Daly BMS on it and just charge it with a 60V power supply. It works but I don't think I'm getting much mileage (distance)...
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