Best VSETT P-Settings

Best VSETT P-Settings

Mastering your P-Settings for Optimum Performance

The VSETT lineup of scooters are known for amazing quality, rider customization capability, and insane performance, but the P-settings  (programming codes) seem to stump everyone from experienced riders to people unboxing them for the first time. In this article, we'll explore the P-settings on your VSETT. Specifically, what to adjust, what to leave alone, and what you can do to customize performance.

For this particular article we'll be looking at the VSETT 10+ because it's the most widely purchased model in VSETT lineup and what most riders ask questions about. To make it easier, the settings that are underlined are the key settings for optimization.

Accessing the P-Settings

To first access the P-Settings, long press the + and - buttons. Once in the P-Setting menu, use * to scroll through each setting.

Your LCD should look like this:

P01: Backlight Brightness

Level 1 is the Darkest and Level 3 is the Brightest (Factory Default is 3)

P02: Mileage

From this setting you can choose whether to tacking distance by KM or Miles (Default is KM)

P03: Voltage Level

This will directly effect the overall performance of your scooter and should be set to your specific scooter's battery voltage. For example: VSETT 10+ 60V 28Ah should be set to 60V. 

Note: the battery gauge are not always accurate, use the voltmeter to more accuracy gauge how much battery life is left during your ride. 

P04: Dormancy Time

Numbers on this setting determine the scooter's dormancy time. 0 means no dormancy. (Default is 5)

P05: Reserve

Skip this setting number

P06: Wheel Diameter

This will effect your overall speedometer accuracy. This unit is measured in inches and the accuracy is to 0.1 inches. For the VSETT 10+ the default is 10.

Note: Set to 9.8 or less to achieve more accurate readings.

P07: Speed Measurement

This will also effect you overall speedometer accuracy. (Factory Default is 28)

Note: This should be set to 30, factory default is incorrect

P08: Rate Limiting

The range is 1-100km/h. (Default is 100)

Note: This should always be set to 100. If not set properly, sport mode will not work

P09: Zero Start Setting

This is also known as the "kick start" setting. Meaning you must engage the motors first by pushing off. 

Note: Set on 1 if you'd like to use kick start, keep on 0 if you do not.

P10: Reserve

Skip this setting number

P11: EABS

This setting will engage the regenerative braking system. The range is 1-5, 1=weakest and 5=strongest

Note: Regenerative braking can cause damage to you controller so always set to 0

P12: Acceleration

This setting controllers how quickly your VSETT will accelerate. 1=slowest and 5=fastest. 

P13: Reserve

Skip this setting number

P14: Reserve

Skip this setting number

P15: Controller under voltage

This setting controls the voltage cutoff for your scooter. This function helps protect the overall electrical system duration of your scooter. 

Note: For the VSETT 10+, the absolute lowest this should be set at is 48V. Ideally, it should be set to 52V. If you're unsure about where your scooter should be set, you can check this on the controller. Off-Voltage will be clearly marked as shown in the picture below.

P16: Odometer Zero Setting

This setting is for clearing the ODO back to 0. To do this, press and hold + for 5 seconds.

P17: Cruise Control

This setting is to turn cruise control on and off. 0 = no cruise control, 1 = cruise control active 

P18: Bind and Unbind NFC Cards

This setting is to bind and unbind NFC cards, Smartphones, and Smartwatches.

To do this, long press the + to begin binding and long press - to unbind. Follow this same process for binding phones and watches. 

Note: If you have mistakenly rendered your stock NFC cards unusable and can't get the LCD to turn on to start your scooter, you can bind cards without the screen being active. 

The process for doing this is as follows...

Turn on , hold plus and minus real quick for a second, press the + 17x to get to p18 check your manual and count from the first setting to the NFC setting.

Then you're there even though you can't see it. Hold ➖ for a second to clear the current keys then ➕ to add keys, tap each key one at a time then power scooter off/on try unlocking

P19: Reserve 

Skip this setting number

P20: Communication Protocol

Do not touch. Default is 4

 Summary

So there you have it, all of the P-settings from 1 to 20. These settings for the most part should pretty close to where they should be, but every once in a while a tweak for optimization is in order. Have fun out there and Happy Riding!