Programing cable for Bafang Ultra M620 Motors

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Bafang programing cable is Different for 2022 Ultra M620 Motors / With DPC-18.C1.2 Display.
Note this Display will not allow you to change Wheel size or Change Max. speed !
Thoughts ? Anyone else come across this ?
 

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Bafang programing cable is Different for 2022 Ultra M620 Motors / With DPC-18.C1.2 Display.
Note this Display will not allow you to change Wheel size or Change Max. speed !
Thoughts ? Anyone else come across this ?
It's my understanding, but the new version M620 which replaces the BBSHD motor is no longer user programmable. To me the company made a big mistake by doing this because the program ability by the user was one of the biggest selling points for that particular motor.

In time who knows somebody may figure a way around their limitations but as of now I don't believe you can program it at all. My suggestion would be to return it and shop for a new old stock version of the motor. You may be able to get around these limitations are going to an external controller such as the ones offered by Grin up Canada.
 

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The Display settings can all be changed ,except Wheel size & Max speed ,
That is stupid !
Mine came with the Wheel size 28" , I need 29"
Max speed is 37 mph, I need 20 mph
 

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This is the new DPC-18.C1.2 Settings can be changed . Information cannot !
 

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I'm new to all of this but found this programming cable that says it works with CanBus:

URL with instruction video:


has anyone tried this one?
 
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