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Evnetics Soliton

Installing and programming a Evnetics Soliton motor controller with a Lithiumate BMS.

The Evnetics Soliton motor controller is controlled through dedicated wires (no CAN).

We offer two ways to warn the user that the battery pack is nearly empty: gradual reduction, or step reduction.
Both can be implemented together, if you wish.

Connect the Lithiumate Pro BMS to the Evnetics Soliton motor controller in 2 ways:

  • Connect the BMS's "Discharge OK" output to the motor controller's "Brake" input
    • This turns off the motor controller if the BMS determines that the battery is not able to provide current
    • A pull-up resistor is required, but a 12 V light bulb could be used instead
  • Optionally, connect the BMS's "DCL" output to the throttle's positive lead
    • This reduces the available drive, gradually, when the battery is nearly empty
  • Optionally, connect the BMS's "FLT" output to the motor controller's "IN2" input
    • Also, in the Lithiumate, configure the FLT output as the Warning output
    • Also, in the Soliton, configure IN2 as the Valet Mode input
    • This reduces the available drive, is a single step, when the battery is nearly empty
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