Offset  Range of values  Description 
0  2  Unknown data, same as in EB2xx protocol 
1  15  Unknown data, same as in EB2xx protocol 
2  0 … 255  PhaseCurrent: the phase current limit. The actual value depends on the controller model (or, rather, of the current measuring schematic). To compute the actual value, use one of the formulas from the following table: Model  Formula  EB306/Lyen  V = I * 1.25  0.2  EB309/Lyen  V = I * 1.25  10.2  EB312/Lyen  V = I * 0.624  6  EB315/Lyen  V = I * 0.624  12  EB318/Lyen  V = I * 0.416  11.9 
For example, the value for EB312 at 60A phase current would be: V = 60 * 0.624  6 = 31.44 ~= 31 Note that the formulas for EB206212 Lyen edition controllers are the same as for “generic” Infineon controllers. 
3  0 … 255  RatedCurrent: the battery current limit. The actual value depends on the controller model (or, rather, of the current measuring schematics). To compute the actual value, use one of the formulas from the following table: Model  Formula  EB306/Lyen  V = I * 1.399 + 0.15  EB309/Lyen  V = I * 1.399 + 0.15  EB312/Lyen  V = I * 0.7 + 0.07  EB315/Lyen  V = I * 0.7 + 0.07  EB318/Lyen  V = I * 0.467 + 0.03 
For example, the value for EB312 at 20A rated current would be: V = 20 * 0.7 + 0.07 ~= 14 
4  0 … 255  HaltVoltage: The battery voltage at which controller cuts out the power. The programmed value does not depend on the controller model and can be computed by the following formula: V = U * 3.184 
5  0 … 255  Tolerance: The voltage rise on the battery after power has been cut off by HaltVoltage condition to enable the power back. Some batteries (e.g. Pb) will restore their voltage after a bit of rest. The value can be computed with the same formula as HaltVoltage: V = U * 3.184 
6  38 … 127  LimitSpeed: This is the speed value to use when the speed limit switch (or wireplug) is connected to ground (“SL” contact on the board). The actual value to program can be derived from the speed percent (099%) with the following formula: V = SL * 1.28 (sic! this is different from SpeedX) 
7  0: Switch 3spd X1 X2 1: Cycle 3spd X1 2: High Switch 3spd !X1 !X2 3: Cycle 4spd X1  SpeedMode: The behavior for the 3position switch; how to select one of the preprogrammed speed limits. 
8  24 … 95  Speed1: The speed “1” setting. The actual value to program can be computed from the speed percent (30120%) with the following formula: V = SL / 1.26 
9  24 … 95  Speed2: The “default” speed, when not using any kind of speed switches. The formula for the programmed value is: V = SL / 1.26 
10  24 … 95  Speed3: The third speed setting. The formula for the programmed value is: V = SL / 1.26 
11  10 … 100  BlockTime: The amount of time to try rolling the wheel before deciding that it has been blocked (e.g. if the Hall sensors signals won’t change for that much time, the controller will stop trying). The programmed value is: V = T * 10 
12  10 … 150  AutoCruisingTime: If the throttle position stays still for that much time, the controller will lock this value and even if you release the throttle, it will keep the speed. The programmed value is: V = T * 10 
13  0: Enable 1: Disable  SlipChargeMode: This mode, if enabled, will allow you to brake with the throttle  when you release the throttle, it will start braking. Note that this is incompatible with “Auto Cruising” feature. 
14  0: Common VCC 1: Common GND  IndicateMode: The work mode for the LED indicator contacts (P1P3 on the board). The P3 output (along with the speed LED signals P1 and P2) can be active high or active low depending on this setting. 
15  0, 4, 8, 255  EBS Level: The amount of energy to regenerate while braking. When 0, no energy will be recovered, thus no regen braking; when 4, a medium amount of energy will be recovered (recommended for small wheels) and 8 for the highest amount of recovered energy (strong braking). The actual programmed value: V = L * 4 The value 255 seems to mean “unlimited regeneration current”, but this has not been tested. 
16  0 … 191  ConverseSpeed: This is the reverse rotation speed, activated by connecting the DX3 contact on the board to GND. The formula for the value is: V = SL * 1.91 
17  0 … 255  EBSLimVoltage: The regeneration voltage limit. The formula is the same as for the voltage values above, e.g.: V = U * 3.285 Note: This is supposed to use the same circuitry as HaltVoltage, thus the formulas should be identic. However, in KEBL the formulas are slightly different. To me, the HaltVoltage formula looks more correct. 
18  0: Low 1: High  GuardLevel: this sets the polarity of the “antitheft” signal (controller blocks the motor from rotating). When set to 0, connecting the TB contact to ground will activate the feature; when set to 1 a high signal will activate the feature. 
19  0: Disabled 1: Enabled  BarProtect: enables protection against burned out throttle electronics. If throttle signal goes above ~4V (normally it is below), controller stops. 
20  0: Fast 1: Slow  1:1 Design: this is for pedal assist sensor. 
21  1 .. 13  PAS Start Pulse: This is the amount of pulses from the PAS sensor to skip before starting assisting to pedalling. The programmed value is 2 less than the actual number of pulses, e.g. programming a ‘8’ will start the assistant after the 10th pulse. 
22  0 … 3  DefaultSpeed: This determines which of the four programmed speed limits will be default after power on (0  Speed1 … 3  Speed4). 
23  24 … 95  Speed4: The fourth speed setting. The formula for the programmed value is: V = SL / 1.26 
24  0  120 degree 1  60 degree 2  Compatible  PhaseDegree: the (electric) angle between Hall sensors 
25  0 … 191  1+1 Max Speed: This sets the speed limit when using the pedal assistant. The formula for the value is: V = SL * 1.91 
26  0: No 1: Yes  LimitCruise: So far it’s not clear what this does. 
27  0..6  Controller type: Model  Value  EB306  1  EB309  2  EB312  3  EB315  4  EB318  5  EB324  6 

28  0  Unused 
29  0  Unused 
30  0  Unused 
31  0 … 255  The exclusive disjunction (XOR) of the previous 31 bytes (a kind of check sum). 