Index

About the project

  1. about this documentation in HTML
  2. License

Development tools

  1. Linux
    1. Step-by-step tutorial development tools
      1. Hardware tools to flash and debug the firmware
      2. Tools to build the firmware
        1. stm8-binutils-gdb
      3. Tools to flash the firmware
      4. (optional) Tools do flash and debug the firmware
      5. (optional) Tools to debug using serial port
  2. Windows
  3. C library
  4. Various resources
    1. Printf example

Motor controllers

  1. BMSBattery S series
    1. LCD control panel
      1. LCD protocol
    2. BMSBattery S06S
      1. PWM signals
        1. very low speed - 6 steps
        2. low speed up to max speed - sineware
    3. BMSBattery S06P
      1. various info
        1. 01
        2. 02
    4. BMSBattery S12S
    5. BMSBattery bottle battery controller
  2. Other controllers
    1. Kunteng 18 mosfets motor controller
    2. Lishui motor controllers
      1. LSW-675
        1. Datasheets
        2. PWM signals
    3. JinHui motor controllers
  3. GreenEBikeKit

Motors

  1. BMSBattery Q75
  2. BMSBattery Q85
  3. BMSBattery Q100
  4. BMSBattery Q100C

Datasheets and application notes

  1. STM8S105C6T6
    1. Interrupts

Motor control

  1. Motor control scheme of S06S controller
  2. BLDC 6 steps
  3. PWM schemes
    1. So, Which PWM Technique is Best? (Part 1)
    2. So, Which PWM Technique is Best? (Part 2)
    3. So, Which PWM Technique is Best? (Part 3)
    4. So, Which PWM Technique is Best? (Part 4)
    5. So, Which PWM Technique is Best? (Part 5)
    6. So, Which PWM Technique is Best? (Part 6)
    7. So, Which PWM Technique is Best? (Part 7)
  4. PWM control and Dead Time Insertion
  5. Low inductance motors
  6. Throttle Control Modes
  7. Phase angle FOC
  8. PWM frequency VS motor eRPM
    1. Max motor speed using FOC
    2. Kelly controllers ultra high speed
  9. Sinusoidal Control of BLDCM with Hall Sensors Based
  10. Alternatives

Various

  1. Endless-sphere.com forum messages
    1. 2017.04.25 - Initial forum message
    2. 2017.05.08 - First flash and debug on a dev board
    3. 2017.05.18 - First code flashing and running
    4. 2017.05.20 - more new information
    5. 2017.08.23 - SxxP versus SxxS versus LSW-675
    6. 2017.09.01 - Trying to figure out an algorithm to automatically adjust ui8_position_correction_value
    7. 2017.09.02 - How to do FOC on the BMSBattery S06S/Kunteng STM8 motor controllers
    8. 2017.09.03 - more ideas about zero crossing for FOC
    9. 2017.09.05 - measuring IQ current and manually adjusting position_correction_value
    10. 2017.09.19 - measuring motor current
  2. How to unlock protected read memory
  3. STM8S003 board
  4. LOG
    1. 2017.06.19 - SVM current waveforms

Clipping

  1. 2017.05.22 - Hackaday Links: May 21, 2017

Smart BMS with bluetooth

LCD protocol



S-LCD to S12S controller communication protocol hacked


S-LCD to S12S controller communication protocol hacked
images/7-1.pngby obelix662000 ยป Wed Oct 14, 2015 11:42 pm
I've successfully decoded communication protocol between LCD3 display and S12S controller (both available at bmsbattery.com) in both directions. Please see attached files. Attachments images/7-2.png S12SN_to_LCD3.txt from S12S to LCD (1.04 KiB) Downloaded 278 times images/7-3.png LCD3_to_S12SN-1.txt from LCD to S12S corr1 (2.65 KiB) Downloaded 131 times

Linked file: S12SN_to_LCD3.txt


Linked file: LCD3_to_S12SN-1.txt


flangefrog wrote:
Great work. When were the packets sent between the devices? Were they sent every 100ms or so, or for lcd to controller communication were they just sent when a button was pressed? Any special packets sent on start-up?
Continiously, about 10 times a second in both directions. Actually this is not important, everything works fine with any rate since LCD an S12s rememeber last state.

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I have an S06S, the protocol is the same.
Regarding the S12SN to LCD3 communication protocol:
B2: is the controller voltage. I have a 24/36 V controller with a 36 V battery and B2 reads 36 in my case.
B6: B0 is not included in the CRC
B8: Value is 4x controller current instead of power. The display calculates the power from this value devided by 4 multiplied with the LCD supply voltage. So if B8 is 16 and the supply voltage is 30 V then the LCD shows (16/4)*30 = 120 W. If you supply the LCD with 40 V and the same value for B8 then the power shown is 160 W.

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For the LCD to controller protocol, the crc in B5 is not always as described here, at least for my LCD5 and controller, both recently bought from bmsbattery.

The final xor 2 required in the crc calculation varies, even for exactly the same message but at different sessions/times - sometimes an even number in the final xor is required and sometimes an odd number.

Rather than attempt to work out how or why, I simply find the correct value from the first few messages sent by the LCD after powering on, and use that for the remainder of the session until the LCD is turned off.

If you're getting messages you're generating ignored by the controller, bear this in mind. I've recently added an arduino to dynamically modify the parameters (max speed / assist levels / etc) when in an internally managed "fast" mode set with a sequence of LCD buttons at startup, and this stumped me for a while, particularly as sometimes xor 2 is the correct value and so sometimes works.