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Unread 06-01-2014, 03:24 PM   #11
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Key Off In tow, negative to either side of small contact 0V
Key Off In tow, positive to either side of small contact 50.1V

Key on, In tow measuring from Last negative to Either small contact 16.4V
Key on, In tow measuring from Last negative gas pedal down Either contact 10v


Key on, In tow measuring from Last positive to Either small contact 35.5V
Key on, In tow measuring from Last postitve gas pedal down Either contact 41.5v

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Unread 06-01-2014, 03:42 PM   #12
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Jumped positive to coil (lt blue wire) and the cart ran, looks like that light blue goes to the controller, so is there something in the controller not set or wrong? The pedal is very jerky also, horrible compared to the stock Curtis.
If I re-install the old controller and it works, what does that tell me, as it was working fine prior to the swap?
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Unread 06-02-2014, 05:41 PM   #13
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Called PQ today but no luck on his thoughts. These controllers seem to be more sensitive than the curtis and GE controllers, that may be the cause of issues, it may be able to be configured to work better, not sure.
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Unread 06-03-2014, 08:19 AM   #14
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Robby is going to swap it out with the fisp controller (GE). Will update with results.
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Unread 06-03-2014, 08:38 AM   #15
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2 thoughts...
1. is adapter module may be faulty and that's why solenoid is not activating.
2. is throttle map may not be the latest and greatest software
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Unread 06-03-2014, 09:00 AM   #16
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The controller was suppose to be preconfigured by PQ, it was labeled with my information. I was very gentle with that adapter, always a possibility though (not the best design exposed like that, trouble waiting to happen IMO). My best guess is the latter, the throttle issue was known since 2012 and should of been resolved, very likely it wasn't updated to the latest. That is the second issue though, the first is the setting for low voltage, most likely the slider in the program needs to be set. In order to resolve either of these issues I'd have to buy the cable and RS232 software then download the controller interface software and review all of the settings. I installed the alltrax software and saw the capabilities of the programming, very nice but IMO very unpractical for what I want. When ordering I wanted very simple & reliable controller, once set I have no reason to get into the thing and tweak on it (I was very clear and adamant about that). Being they sent it to me I agreed to try it, at this point Robby said he would exchange it out and I'm happy with that.
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if FISP is the FSIP controller that I purchased, it works great. Scotty recommended the one with manual adjustments. I LIKE !!

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FISP brought out GE controllers so yes that would be it.
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The controller was suppose to be preconfigured by PQ, it was labeled with my information. I was very gentle with that adapter, always a possibility though (not the best design exposed like that, trouble waiting to happen IMO). My best guess is the latter, the throttle issue was known since 2012 and should of been resolved, very likely it wasn't updated to the latest. That is the second issue though, the first is the setting for low voltage, most likely the slider in the program needs to be set. In order to resolve either of these issues I'd have to buy the cable and RS232 software then download the controller interface software and review all of the settings. I installed the alltrax software and saw the capabilities of the programming, very nice but IMO very unpractical for what I want. When ordering I wanted very simple & reliable controller, once set I have no reason to get into the thing and tweak on it (I was very clear and adamant about that). Being they sent it to me I agreed to try it, at this point Robby said he would exchange it out and I'm happy with that.

A few of these adapters had a bad connection on the board... just one of those things that happen and nobody has control over? The Low voltage fault is a direct result of the solenoid activation circuit not working properly = the bad board problem....
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And that verifies my thoughts on that board, exposed like that, rough terrain = cold or cracked solder joint, or loose connection from where it plugs in. Bad design!
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