MPeBT APP FOR SMARTPHONE
Smartphone apps - downloads:
At the moment there are two separate applications:
- one serving as a „display” – >> MPe BT – ENGLISH VERSION
- second one used for settings – >> MPe SET – ENGLISH VERSION
The applications are available for download in * .apk format.
To download such an application to your phone:
- download it directly to the smartphone’s memory or copy it from a computer using a USB cable.
- Then run the downloaded file and follow the instructions on the screen.
- By default, Android has blocked the ability to upload such applications for fear of viruses. To unlock it, go to the phone settings and activate the “Allow app installation from sources other than Google Play Store” tab in the security tab.
- When pairing the phone with MPe, you will be asked to enter the password. Then enter the password, which is four digits: 1234
The MPe computer has the ability to communicate via a MPeBT module with a smartphone (Android OS).
Thanks to this connection, we can display data, such as speed or range, on the screen of our smartphone. In addition, we have configuration options transferred to the phone, because everything can be set both from the display on the handlebar and from the MPeSET application.
At the moment only Android OS is supported.
INFORMAION: the MPeBT module does not work in cooperation with the MaxiColor 850C display.
The whole is based on the popular HC-05 module. To facilitate cooperation, I designed a special adapter, i.e. a tiny PCB, which we connect to the MPeBT module, and then plug it into the motherboard. The resulting “bumps” are filled with 3D printing, and finally wrapped in a heat shrink.
And now a treat for DIYers 😀
I encourage you to download the MPeBT application project and develop the project together! 😊
Thanks to this you can create an application tailored to your needs.
If you do this, be sure to show off the effects, SEND a project or screenshot to me and I will put it on my blog to make it available to others.
How it's working?
The MPe computer cyclically sends a data packet via MPeBT module to an Android application.
Currently, the data packet has the csv format: “MPe; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 9; 9; 10; 11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 16; 17; 18; 19; 20; 21; 22; 23; 24 “where:
- Distance to go
- Battery charge percentage
- Daily distance
- Instant power
- Temperature 1 (e.g. motor)
- Assist mode
- Total distance
- Average speed
- Maximum speed
- Moving time
- Battery voltage
- Instant Current
- Maximum current
- Maximum power
- Energy consumption per kilometer
- Battery capacity
- Current battery consumption (Ah)
- Temperature 2 (e.g. controller)
- Number of charging cycles
- Is the brake active
- Is the cruise control active
- Software version
- Is road mode active
The MPeBT smartphone application simply “cuts” this data in place of a semicolon and inserts it into individual fields on the screen.
First official release for MPeV6
|v1.3||23.05.2020||First official release for MPeV6|
ARCHIVE: MPeBT for MPeV5
-bug fix causing message ” Select list item: List index too large”
-added possibility to
NOTE: version v1.3 will only work with
MPe software version up to 5.009
– bug fix causing hanging
application when minimizing
– added additional display data
(requires MPe software upgrade to version 5.006)
– Improving the appearance of the application
– added assist mode change
-added automatic connection
-added the ability to switch between graphical,
and a digital speed indicator
First official release
ARCHIVE: MPeSET for MPeV5:
– add the option of setting parameter No. 12 VOL_DIV
– improving readability
(e.g. was 0.025 is 2500)
– adding additional settings
for MPe version from 5.006 to 5.008
Improved operation of the GET_D button
First official release
Stay tuned 😊