Pint controller conversion



  • I bought a Pint battery box and controller housing combination with a shorted out controller. I used part of the controller circuit board and wired up a Raiden 7 vesc to it. Installed the reworked module in my spare Pint, programed the vesc and made a rideable board. The battery is stock Pint. I was able to to reach 23 kmh with no pushback. I didn't want to push it further, trust issues with new builds. Still more fine tuning to do.
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  • @lemur that's awesome!



  • @lemur We seem to have polar opposite Pint's.
    https://community.onewheel.com/topic/9297/reviving-a-destroyed-pint
    Most of the bits you still have are what I've had to replace :)

    Nice work on getting it going, did you manage to fine tune the VESC to feel like how the FM controller rides?



  • @Lia
    Getting close, I'm sure you're on discord and in the last couple of months, big strides have been made in the Vesc firmware, not by me, so much I have a hard time keeping up. There's a wizard on discord that complies and changes the code a little at a time to come up with new firmware. Right now I'm trying "soft start" when the board engages softly like a OW, but still a few issues to iron out.
    Yeah, I think I've seen your Pint rebuild on line. You had to print a controller housing? How's the rebuild coming?



  • @lemur said in Pint controller conversion:

    There's a wizard on discord that complies and changes the code a little at a time to come up with new firmware.

    ... and now my Onewheel mines crypto.


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