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Hi, would anybody know how to adjust parameters on this display please,This is a new display installed by dealer where bike was bought and different to old one. you press + - together to access menu. When cycling through to the speed limit i found it is only 20.5 km/h
which is only 12.5 mph. I wish to increase to 25km/h 15.5 mph UK legal limit. When in menu I cannot get any thing in there to change change. The bike make is Oxygen, Any help would be very much appreciated.
Many thanks
 

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These instructions are for a Kunray controller. I have no idea if this will work with yours, but it might be worth a try -

Configure the operation -
◆ Press “+” and “-” button together for 3-seconds to enter setup interface; press and hold again for 3-seconds to turn off interface access.
Press press mm button to enter setting item; press the up and down button to select the parameter;
P01: meter backlight;
P02: unit mileage, 0: km; 1: mile;
P03: voltage level, low operating voltage;
P04: sleep time, 0: sleepless, unit: min
P05: assistance position, 0:3,1:5, mode;
P06: wheel diameter, unit: inch; precision: 0.1;
P07: number of speed magnets, range: 1-100; (note: here for set speed display only, does not affect actual speed)
P08: speed limit, range: 0-50km/h,50: means unlimited speed; (when speed big than setting speed, turn off pwm output)
P09: zero or non-zero start, 0:zero start; 1: not zero start;
P10: start mode setting: 0: power on, invalid throttle; (assist power)
1: electric throttle movement mode, invalid auxiliary;
2: assistance and accelerator are effective;
P11: impulse sensitivity adjustment, range: 1-24;
P12: push start force adjustment, range: 1-5;
P13: definition of the type of assistance pas. (5/8/12) single hall pas: set to 5/8 double hall pas: set to 12
P14: p15: functions not open;
P16: clear anode; long press button 5 seconds to clean

There's also this article, but it looks like you'll need an interface cable between the controller and your PC. You might be able to find one on Alibaba, eBay or Amazon -
 
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Many thanks for your reply, since my post I have been in touch with dealer. They have no idea why it’s set 5 km/h less than it should be. They are in contact with supplier but stil waiting for an answer.
 

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Many thanks for your reply, since my post I have been in touch with dealer. They have no idea why it’s set 5 km/h less than it should be. They are in contact with supplier but stil waiting for an answer.
Also when I receive an answer I will let you know, will keep your settings just in case 👍
 

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@ Novice - Can you make the image larger by attaching it? It's the size of a postage stamp. Also, a picture of the back might be helpful.
 

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Are these better?
 

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@ Novice - I put the picture into Google image search and came up with these links.
You might want to contact Oxygen Bicycles and/or EcoRacer see if they have a PDF copy of the owners manual they're willing to share. Hopefully it includes specific information on the controller.

If you can post a picture of the back of the controller that clearly shows the text, it may be possible to determine the part number or serial number and look that up that way.

(www.oxygenbicycles.com/product/s-cross-mtb-2020-screen-compatible-with-all-s-cross-models)
(www.webshop.ecoracer.se/en/product/s-cross-l-white)

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If you know the eBike's motor manufacturer; (e.g., Bosche, Bafang, etc.) it might help track down who makes the controller and display as they are usually matched to the motor.