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By Cordobas
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#22095
Hello.

I have a Dott 3 and I want to convert it as a personal scooter.
Did anyone make one?
Any tutorial or advice is welcome.

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By Ziss
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#22116
No easy hack.
Only option I know:
* Cut the battery open to bypass the BMS
* Get an ESC from aliexpress
* Rewire everything


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By Cordobas
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#22149
lexfire wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 8:36 am
Hi,

Bypass battery and put generic controler To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
Hello.

Do you know how to bypass the battery and how to put the generic controller ?

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By lexfire
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#22156
cut the battery & bypass it ! ( Bypass mean you need to find a solution to get constant 54V instead of using the bms who's doing a protection ! It's very easy to find where to bypass it with a multimeter )

There is a lot of tutorial on this website to put generic controler.

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By Cordobas
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lexfire wrote:
Wed Jul 15, 2020 3:15 am
cut the battery & bypass it ! ( Bypass mean you need to find a solution to get constant 54V instead of using the bms who's doing a protection ! It's very easy to find where to bypass it with a multimeter )

There is a lot of tutorial on this website to put generic controler.
Thank you. I don't find any tutorials here. Please put here a link if you see a tutorial about DOTT.

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By lexfire
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#22167
Hi, there is no tutorial about DOTT but it's always the same thing to do.
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Plug motor, hallsensor, LCD and battery
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By anakin205
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#22207
There is a much easier and cheaper solution to convert. You have to use an Arduino nano which will emulate Dott iot.
It worked pretty fine for me

By Peter Meter
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#22209
anakin205 wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 4:17 am
There is a much easier and cheaper solution to convert. You have to use an Arduino nano which will emulate Dott iot.
It worked pretty fine for me
What code did you use?

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anakin205 wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 4:17 am
There is a much easier and cheaper solution to convert. You have to use an Arduino nano which will emulate Dott iot.
It worked pretty fine for me
Please can you help me with a tutorial and some diagram pictures?
Is it working Arduino Nano (because i have one)?

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