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Unread 09-19-2015, 08:56 PM   #21
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The OBC is not tricked with this Magnet,
Interesting, so when the CC dealer modify the speed setting do they go after the motor controller or the OBC with their programming?

Seems to me that the motor controller is just simply an input signal for the OBC to further process. The magnet is just a 2 to 1 reducer that the OBC would then process into logic to control the cart speed.
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Unread 09-19-2015, 09:01 PM   #22
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The OBC is mainly to control how much to charge batteries. I does not control the motor, or drive system.
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Interesting, so when the CC dealer modify the speed setting do they go after the motor controller or the OBC with their programming?

Seems to me that the motor controller is just simply an input signal for the OBC to further process. The magnet is just a 2 to 1 reducer that the OBC would then process into logic to control the cart speed.
It's not HAL from 2001: A Space Odyssey


Onboard Computer Circuit
The onboard computer (OBC) circuit performs the following functions:
1. Provides power to the solenoids, Forward/Reverse switch, controller capacitors and reverse buzzer.
2. Powers down the electrical system during long term storage to reduce battery discharge.
3. Activates regenerative braking when the batteries can accept a regenerative charge.
4. Turns the charger ON and OFF during the charge cycle.
5. Locks out the motor speed controller to prevent the vehicle from moving during the charge cycle.
6. Illuminates the dash warning light if there is a problem with the batteries.
7. Sends a signal from the dash light to the optional Communication Display Module.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARJ8cAGm6JE
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Unread 09-20-2015, 08:44 AM   #24
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It's not HAL from 2001: A Space Odyssey
Thanks for the good laugh. BTW, you're showing your age.

But you still didn't answer my one question: "so when the CC dealer modify the speed setting do they go after the motor controller or the OBC with their programming? " Where is speed code 4 set?
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Thanks for the good laugh. BTW, you're showing your age.

But you still didn't answer my one question: "so when the CC dealer modify the speed setting do they go after the motor controller or the OBC with their programming? " Where is speed code 4 set?
Motor Controller ,


Some useless Trivia Info,
A password is required to place the vehicle in "private speed mode" (speed setting 4). The speed controller
will log unsuccessful and unauthorized attempts to place the speed controller in "private speed mode". If
repeated attempts are unsuccessful, the speed controller will permanently lock out access to "private speed
mode". In the event that "private speed mode" is locked out, the controller must be removed and shipped to
Club Car before it can ever be placed in "private speed mode".
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Put this way, you can bypass the obc and still the cart will run at the speed code 4 setting. It goes in the controller.

Edit: glassk already answered while I was pecking.
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Put this way, you can bypass the obc and still the cart will run at the speed code 4 setting. It goes in the controller.

Edit: glassk already answered while I was pecking.
I was copying and pasting , so could have been anybodies race,

BTW what brand is your enclosure, and does it stay on all the time,...?
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Thanks guys.

Slowly but surely I'm learning. At least I think I am.
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It is a red dot, yes I keep it on all the time. Works great for rain or cold weather. I play golf when it is 30 or above. I have a golf cat heater. The large propane cylinders fit the sand bottle holder I have in the center of the dash area perfect.
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(just a side note for people some of these options are for Pre IQ carts)


Onboard Computer Circuit
The onboard computer (OBC) circuit performs the following functions:

1. Provides power to the solenoids, Forward/Reverse switch, controller capacitors and reverse buzzer.
(This is for Pre IQ carts)

2. Powers down the electrical system during long term storage to reduce battery discharge.
(This is for Pre IQ carts)

3. Activates regenerative braking when the batteries can accept a regenerative charge.
(This is for Pre IQ carts)

4. Turns the charger ON and OFF during the charge cycle.

5. Locks out the motor speed controller to prevent the vehicle from moving during the charge cycle.
6. Illuminates the dash warning light if there is a problem with the batteries.
7. Sends a signal from the dash light to the optional Communication Display Module.
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