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Ok, thats what i planned on doing. Essentially, I spliced those wires prior to the connector and marked those as my +- bike controller connections. Thanks
So should I also connect the +controller to the fuse (prior to the battery, the red wire on the connector to the controller) per the directions?(+) Bike Battery to one side of fuse and bike controller
I see, the black wire prior to the battery, and the negative term of the battery are the connections to terminals of the current sensor.
I understand the role of the ACS712 current sensor and how it should be bridged between the load of the circuit. However, I do not have specific connections to my bike controller. I only have a + and - battery leads coming from my bike controller. Per the schematic the -bike battery goes to one power terminal on the current sensor. The other terminal connection would go to the bike controller but in my circuit that doesn't exist. The only other connection I have from my bike/battery is the + from the battery.
I've made my connections but I still only have one connection on the terminal screws of the ACS712. It is from the -bike battery. Should my other connection be from the +bike battery? I only have the +/- battery connections coming from my controller.
Hello I am trying this with an Arduino Nano. You have connections for HC05 TXD to Arduino pin 7 (AIn) and Arduino pin 8 (CLK) to bluetooth resistor divider.Do you know how these would correspond on the Nano? I have the 2 datasheets and am not seeing a correlation.
Never mind, I found it.
This is what i'm using. The only connection from this is the one to the right. It is the battery connection (+,-). The other connections are for the motor, trottle, brake. The steps mention the bike controller so I am assuming I have to bridge these connections to something other than the battery. My question is does someone know to what? I think its to the connections to the motor but i'm not sure. Any help is greatly appreciated!
I see, thank you for the response.