Das Kit Switch Throttle Pinout

mvannort

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Does anyone know the pinout for the Das Kit switch throttle? Specifically, I know which pin is +5V, but I don't know which pin is signal and which pin is ground. I cant' find the diagram online.

I tried to switch to a Bafang half twist throttle, but it didn't work so I'm thinking Banfang switched ground and signal. Both Banfang and Das Kit have +5V on the same pin. This is the Bafang half twist throttle I tried:

 

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I just found your post.

Das-Kit is different than BAFANG.
The voltage on the signal wire needs to be between ~0.8V and ~4.3V or it registers a throttle fault.
Das-Kit reversed the voltage and all the connectors (male and female) compared to BAFANG.

This is the output of my Das-Kit thumb throttle for my Et.Cycle T1000.

Throttle at zero,..

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And at full throttle (I removed the spring, so it doesn't go back to zero on its own.)

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This is my BAFANG throttle at zero,..

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And at full throttle,..

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I bought a full twist throttle for my T1000 before I knew about the difference and luckily, it just happened to work.


Twist throttle at zero,..

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And at full throttle,..

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This is the full twist throttle that I bought.
I had to wire it into my Das-Kit plug connector.

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Here's a half twist throttle from the same company that may or may not work?

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Here's what someone wrote about it,..

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That may or may not work with Das-Kit?
The polarity change may take the voltage out of spec, or change the signal output voltage to negative?
 
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