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Help Me Hook up a Sense ESS Dual to my kids EBIKE

Help Me Hook up a Sense ESS Dual to my kids EBIKE

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Old 09-05-2019, 08:12 PM
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I'm trying to hook up a Sense ESS Dual sound box to my kid's Electric bike. Right now it's got a 24v system on it. I was hoping someone could help me understand what each wire is for on the Sense Unit. I'm assuming that 1 set of wires will go to the battery, another to the RC Controller box, and another to a ground? I've wired up tons of stereos and various electrical mods on cars, but this tech is a little beyond me.

I've seen a few videos of these hooked up to Power Wheels, but 0 information on how they are wired. Any help would be appreciated. I want my kid to be safe, and the ebikes are just so silent when rolling that I'm afraid someone is not going to hear her when we are rolling down the trails. It's basically an electric dirtbike, I don't plan to take it on any mountain bike trails, just to the dirtbike track and trails where I ride my big noise dirtbike.
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Old 09-05-2019, 08:53 PM
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most of these units are model specific.. without know model of e bike and ess its hard to say.. here is a generic wiring schematic it might help you.. maybe a signal loss alarm might be easier.. with a 6 cell bec so you can get voltage from 24v to around 5,5 https://hobbyking.com/en_us/signal-l...ne-finder.html

ess..https://www.banggood.com/New-Sense-H..._warehouse=USA
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