Zero 8 & Zero 9 P-Setting
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To Access P-settings
Step 2: Use the power button to cycle through the setting.
Step 3: Use the mode button to change a setting.
Step 4: You can cycle to the next P setting by clicking the power button.
P2: Mileage display in Miles or Kilometers
P3: Voltage: set to 48 for the ZERO 8.
P4: Dormancy time: Recommend setting at 10 minutes so it does not turn off at traffic lights.
P6: Wheel diameter in inches: set to 8 for the ZERO 8
P7: # of magnets on motor: set to 28
P8: Power Level: set to 100 to not limit your power. Lower settings could be used if desired.
P9: Zero start: set to 0 for zero start, set to 1 for kick-start. I highly recommend setting to 1 so that the scooter does
not drive when someone accidentally pulls the throttle.
P11: Electronic Braking level. 1-5 but I recommend 3 or 4.
P12: Soft or high acceleration. 1 is soft start; 5 is high torque start. Set as desired.
p15: Controller cutoff voltage: Set to 39 for ZERO 8
P16: Zero-ing of the Odometer
p17: Cruise control: set to 0 for beginners. Set to 1 for advanced riders. Cruise control will start automatically when speed is maintained. Cruise will turn off when the break or throttle is activated. Cruise control can be dangerous if you are not an experienced rider.
P18 – P20: unused
P-setting Fault Codes
4 - 6kmh cruise
6 - battery under voltage
7 - motor faulty
9 - controller faulty
10 - faulty comms between controller and LCD
11 - faulty comms between controller and LCD
12 - BMS failure
13 - headlight failure