The Robogotchi configuration lets you change the settings saved in the Robogotchi. These are good to adjust when setting up a new Robogotchi or moving one to a new vehicle.
You can access the Robogotchi Configuration from the hambuger menu.
This is the number of seconds that can pass before the Robogotchi stops logging automatically. A value of 300 (5 minutes) is common and if you happen to take a 10 minute break you can always merge the pieces together.
When this voltage is reached the Robogotchi will automatically stop logging. The default value is 20V which works for most PEVs. The intended function is to stop logging and save your data when the Robogotchi detects a power outage. It’s recommended to set this value at least 5V below your minimum pack voltage.
The Robogotchi will automatically start logging when the wheel eRPM reaches this speed. The default value of 2000 works for most vehicles.
The number of ESC entries saved every second. Something to keep in mind, as this value increases so do the Bluetooth transfer times.
- Common values:
- 1Hz for Single ESC
- 2Hz for Dual ESC
- 4Hz for Quad ESC
The default value of 9600 baud is most common.
In Single ESC Mode telemetry is logged from the connected ESC.
- In Dual or Quad ESC Modes telemetry is requested and logged from the specified ESC ID(s) over CAN bus.
Robogotchi will play an audio alert any time the vehicle’s battery voltage drops below this level.
Robogotchi will play an audio alert any time the ESC Temperature is above this value.
Robogotchi will play an audio alert any time the Motor Temperature is above this value.
Robogotchi will play an audio alert when it’s internal storage has used more than this percentage.