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Hi! I'm impressed with this little machine. I love it more each day I ride. I have some security concerns about the amps. I think it has 512Wh in two battery blocks at 10A each. So, like in my V8, the max output would be 20A but this little Daemon shows much more than that. Is it normal? Should I worry about it or better disable amps alarm and enjoy until the five bips sound...

There are very high peaks! ?

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These spike numbers are mathematical artifacts and not real measurements. They mean nothing.

Also, Gotway is known for high current numbers in comparison, also showing that all this is less accurate measurements and more system-internal numbers that mean less outside of their context.

10A is a continuous discharge  (nominal) spec, it can be double that for short times. So 40A ist possible.

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I confirm what @Marty Backe says. I also have a first batch Mten3 (August 2017). I never blocked my wheel. however, I practically had the same problem as Marty. Where I live, I have steep hills. so I made the decision to strengthen the battery like Marty. since then I have not had a problem like this. however, I had water infiltrations. but I solved the problem by putting silicone between the two shells.

water and dust caused a power failure. luckily, I had a motorcycle coat when I fell. a Mosfet and a capacitor suffered a little. but the motherboard is still functional. I also waterproofed the motherboard.

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Great! Thanks all for such nice information. I didn't know about Gotway battery current data, I'll keep in mind. 

What about the wheel alarm (80% of max power)? Should it sound before failing the wheel in a high demand?

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55 minutes ago, Jorge RT said:

Great! Thanks all for such nice information. I didn't know about Gotway battery current data, I'll keep in mind. 

What about the wheel alarm (80% of max power)? Should it sound before failing the wheel in a high demand?

I've never taken the Mten3 to 80% alarm speeds, but I know @who_the did and the wheel did not disappoint him. See this video:

 

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the alarm of the 80% of power works well. I have a steep hill. between 80-100% battery, it goes smoothly. on the other hand, below 70-80% of battery, the alarm is triggered if I do not reduce the speed. at 60% of the battery, I climb the coast on foot :D . on flat ground, I never wanted to exceed 30km / h for safety.

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41 minutes ago, Stanor said:

the alarm of the 80% of power works well. I have a steep hill. between 80-100% battery, it goes smoothly. on the other hand, below 70-80% of battery, the alarm is triggered if I do not reduce the speed. at 60% of the battery, I climb the coast on foot :D . on flat ground, I never wanted to exceed 30km / h for safety.

Really interesting. I'll do my tests in a safe place but for now, I really appreciate your help. @Marty Backe thanks for your recommendations, I'm very happy with my Gotway wheels for now and you are responsible for that ?. I've also tested Z10 and you were right, so great and funny /different wheel. Lucky to have good friends here to test different wheels. Thanks @Stanor, @meepmeepmayer and @Chriull

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