- Always see P0-P9 on your user's manual and wonder what does it stands for?
- Afraid of pressing the wrong button and screw up your machine?
- P0-P3 (fixed) and wouldn't dare to press anything?
CONTINUE READING IF YOU WANT THE ANSWERS!
P0 (fixed) - This is only used when wheel diameter needs to be changed
Default: 5 or 10
P1 (fixed) - This will usually be fixed by default, there shouldn't be a need to change this. Shows the voltage of the battery (Under-voltage point of the battery will be displayed) E.g. Under voltage point will be 31.5V if you're seeing 315 on the display.
315 - 36V Scooters
415 - 48V Scooters
430 - 52V
Press MODE to increase by 0.5V, Press POWER to decrease by 0.5V
P2 (fixed) - Shows the minimum voltage
Press MODE to increase, Press POWER to decrease
Default: 15 , will affect the accuracy of the speedometer
Important to note: If you are using EMOVE Cruiser, the maximum voltage is 52V - if your P2 settings is set lower than default, it might show that your battery only has 3 bars when in fact it is actually full. To the LCD display computer, it will be seen as full.
P3 (fixed) - Shows the speedometer speed setting. This will affect the accuracy of the speedometer
P4 - Types of Speed Display: In terms of Km/h (0) | mp/h (1)
P5 - Types of Start mode, some users prefer to have the kick start function as it feels safer.
Throttle Accelerator Start (0) | Kick-Start (1)
P6 - Cruising Mode Setting. If this setting is turned on, once the throttle is kept at the same acceleration for 7 seconds, the cruising (auto riding) mode will starts
Turn on (1) | Turn off (0)
P7 - Pick Up Speed. Adrenaline junkies prefer a strong pick up speed, some choose the safer option.
Strong Pick Up (0) | Soft Pick Up (1)
P8 - Max Speed Setting 1~100% (Speed Adjustment Guide in previous post
Click here to read: https://www.voromotors.com/blogs/news/electric-scooter-speed-adjustment-guidee
P9 - Electric Brake Strength. This is used on your accelerator throttle, can be activated if you press all the way down while scooting.
Off (0) | Medium (1) | Hard (2)
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