I have just installed a BBS02 with a 52v battery. I have been tweaking the PAS settings and noticed that the cutoff voltage in the programmer was set to 43 volts, way below the cutoff for the 52 volt battery system. Set it to 46v but when I went to write the page to the controller it threw back an error stating that the cutoff voltage field was out of range. I could manually enter 46 from the keyboard, but the pull down only allows up to 43. Ended up leaving it at 43. I do have the display set to 52 volts, but I assume that is there only for the display to calculate the battery meter properly. My questions are:
Will leaving the cutoff at 43 be an issue as long as I watch my battery voltage in the display and ease off spikes in power as it gets lower?
Is this a controller limit, or a limit in the Penrov controller programmer for PC?
Is there some global setting for the BBS02 controller to set to 52 volts?
Shoutout to Johnny. Your videos were hugely helpful in the decision to convert vs. purchase new.