Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

jackoakwood
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Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby jackoakwood Wed May 25, 2022 1:37 am

Bought an el cheapo SNSC 2.3 as a project. Appears to be a decommissioned SPIN ninebot max g30. It's got an SNSC 2.3 plate. I bought a 42v charger and a dashboard off amazon (there was no dashboard to flash on the busted scooter I bought).

However, upon opening up the dash area and plugging in my new dash, I ran into a few issues:
there seem to be one too many black/blue/red cables coming out of the front of the dash. All of the color coding on the wires seems to match up, but there are two of the black/blue/red cables and only one on the dash I bought.Image

Second, the round connector on the dashboard has four wires (red/green/black/yellow) while the scooter's round connector has five conductors.ImageImage

I decided foolishly to just roll the dice and plug my board in as-is, since the wire colors all matched up. I picked one of the two black/blue/red cables at random. Naturally there were a bunch of sparks and smoke and I fried the board. The headlight and taillight do come on when I plug it in though! (although they blink). Image

Anyone else seen an snsc 2.3 with an extra cable and figured out what to do with it?

And when you fry a dashboard, what's the likely culprit, specifically? IE which wires are likely color coded wrong?

I'm trying to embed my imgur uploads but having trouble. https://imgur.com/a/uSUlC9V
PotatoBill
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby PotatoBill Thu Jun 16, 2022 7:11 am

You gotta put some effort into this pal. Read, search, experiment, something that isn't just sitting there with your mouth open expecting to be fed. Not more than 2 minutes ago I was reading a post on this very forum, same section even, why blindly plugging in your dash would result in smokey karma. Get a multimeter and download the pinout for the esc and you can easily figure out what you should have done. Go read, come back with specific questions, and Im sure help would be forthcoming.
vicenetefernandez
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby vicenetefernandez Thu Jun 30, 2022 1:29 pm

do u have link for SNSC 2.3 pinout for the esc, canonly find it for the SNSC 2.0
redapple
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby redapple Fri Aug 05, 2022 6:58 am

Can you give some picture to make it more clear? Bloxorz
whooshde
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby whooshde Mon Aug 08, 2022 7:27 am

Later today, I'll open the battery compartment to verify that my scooter is using a 3.0 controller revision because there have been some cases of 11/2021 production date scooters being bricked because the owners either didn't know or were just lazy and careless about checking the controller's revision.

octordle
nick127847
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby nick127847 Tue Aug 23, 2022 12:52 pm

Hello! I want to convert SNSC 2.3 to personal. I connected the controller via STlink, launched STM32, but gives an error that the device was not found. How can this be fixed?
13:35:58 : ST-LINK SN : Old ST-LINK firmware/ST-LINK already used
13:35:58 : V2J17S4
13:35:58 : Connected via SWD.
13:35:58 : Connection mode : Normal.
13:35:58 : Debug in Low Power mode enabled.
13:35:59 : Device ID:0x410
13:35:59 : Device family :STM32F10xx Medium-density
13:37:35 : Could not set Option bytes!
Please reset the target and retry.
13:35:48 : Can not connect to the target!
Please select "Connect Under Reset" mode from Target->Settings menu and try again.
13:38:39 : Unexpected error
13:38:40 : Can not connect to target!
Please select "Connect Under Reset" mode from Target->Settings menu and try again.
If you're trying to connect to a low frequency application , please select a lower SWD Frequency mode from Target->Settings menu.
13:38:42 : No target connected
brixsat
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby brixsat Sun Aug 28, 2022 11:02 am

I had the same but after a lot of check cables and retry it did work. Dont ask what was wrong i could not figure it out, it just did work.

Try 1 2 3 4 times checking all is ok.
Seek and you will find.
Hickers
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby Hickers Sat Sep 10, 2022 2:19 am

Hello! I want to convert SNSC 2.3 to personal. I connected the controller via STlink, launched STM32, but gives an error that the device was not found. How can this be fixed?
13:35:58 : ST-LINK SN : Old ST-LINK firmware/ST-LINK already used
13:35:58 : V2J17S4
13:35:58 : Connected via SWD.
13:35:58 : Connection mode : Normal.
13:35:58 : Debug in Low Power mode enabled.
13:35:59 : Device ID:0x410
13:35:59 : Device family :STM32F10xx Medium-density
13:37:35 : Could not set Option bytes!
Please reset the target and retry.
13:35:48 : Can not connect to the target!
Please select "Connect Under Reset" mode from Target->Settings menu and try again.
13:38:39 : Unexpected error
13:38:40 : Can not connect to target!
Please select "Connect Under Reset" mode from Target->Settings menu and try again.
If you're trying to connect to a low frequency application , please select a lower SWD Frequency mode from Target->Settings menu.
13:38:42 : No target connected
I'm having the exact same issue! Any luck on working it out?
nabilgates
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Re: Ninebot Max / SNSC 2.3 Conversion- too many connectors?

Postby nabilgates Sat Sep 17, 2022 4:39 pm

download
max_dashboard_stlink
https://cloud.cfw.sh/index.php/s/xLPGxQ ... stlink.zip
use


flash_BLE555.bat

but if you have an other .bin please edite flash_BLE555.bat for change name bin ....

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