Commit 806c7232 by Jay Dhariwal

update project

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......@@ -833,7 +833,7 @@ The below image shows the different connections in the circuit.
Problems and fixes:
1. This was the first time I was working with a power board and was a bit cautious as it involved 10 Amps or more of current. During my testing, I realized that my circuit stopped working when I attached the 470 uF capacitor in parallel to the 24 V DC power supply. May be the circuit was busy charging the capacitor as the capacitance was oversized. Si, I removed the capacitor and the circuit started working.
1. This was the first time I was working with a power board and was a bit cautious as it involved 10 Amps or more of current. During my testing, I realized that my circuit stopped working when I attached the 470 uF capacitor in parallel to the 24 V DC power supply. May be the circuit was busy charging the capacitor as the capacitance was oversized. So, I removed the capacitor and the circuit started working.
2. The current sensor was also causing problems with the circuit so I removed that also to further simplify the circuit.
......@@ -953,7 +953,7 @@ I would also like to thank Satish and Hasmuddin for helping with the making of t
### Summary
I took this project as a long term undertaking and hence, it operated at different levels. On one hand, I created the framework of solar powered e-bike. I got the frame for the solar panels made and fabricated the composite sun shade made. Please note that the frame for mounting the solar panels is detachable and can be removed when not needed. I also connected the solar panel to the battery for charging. On the other hand, for the time frame of fab academy, I focussed on making my own PCB based PWM controller for making the bike's components i.e. DC motor, LED strip, brakes, ignition switch and throttle work together. I also made a smart phone bike mount which could be connected to the bike's electronics for enhancing the capabilities. I have also worked out a battery monitor and current sensing on Arduino which could be further integrated with the e-bike kit.
I took this project as a long term undertaking and hence, it operated at different levels. On one hand, I created the framework of solar powered e-bike. I got the frame for the solar panels made and fabricated the composite sun shade. Please note that the frame for mounting the solar panels is detachable and can be removed when not needed. I also connected the solar panel to the battery for charging. On the other hand, for the time frame of fab academy, I focussed on making my own PCB based PWM controller for making the bike's components i.e. DC motor, LED strip, brakes, ignition switch and throttle work together. I also made a smart phone bike mount which could be connected to the bike's electronics for enhancing the capabilities. I have also worked out a battery monitor and current sensing on Arduino which could be further integrated with the e-bike kit.
### Bike level layout
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