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- The first horizontal full color display available for the Bafang BBS02 and BBSHD
- Has a 52v battery setting for accurate 52v voltage reading
- The highest quality display available for the Bafang BBSxx
- 4 button control
- Displays volts for highly accurate battery gauge giving you a good idea when your battery will die
- Automatic back light, Black or white background can be toggled
- Odometer, trip time, clock and total mileage
- Variable throttle option for limiting throttle in different power levels
- See list of advanced features and error codes on our forum (click here)
Luna is the first to offer this new brand new horizontal display made from the same factory that brought us the vertical DPC14 color display.
It has been designed to give a clear graphic (circular) showing speed and watts with just a quick glance so you can keep your eyes on the trail when moving fast.
This is a newer version of our most popular DPC-14 display (see it here) with many of the features and more advanced diagnostic software if your BBSHD or BBS02 ever has a problem.
The Display can be set for 48 or 52v battery which will make your graphical display accurate.
Also the volt display is accurate in voltages over 55 (the DPC-14 is not accurate above this level)
Another great feature this display has is variable power levels for your throttle.
Now you have the option of having lower or higher power levels depending on what level of pedal assist you are on.
(For making clock keep proper time please see documentation on how to give internal battery a good charge)
Nice upgrade from black and white
Posted by Norman Hanson, Tennessee on Sep 15th 2017
Like the color display, more horizontal than the black and white alternatives
Posted by Niklas on Aug 22nd 2017
Posted by Steve on Aug 16th 2017
I've put over 100 miles on my bike so far....
Mine keeps time perfectly - Not having that problem.
Also have not had a problem with the screen - I have not rode at night though.
My pedal assist buttons don't lag.
The only thing I've noticed is that when using the throttle its hard to feather. It's almost as if it's either full throttle or not - I don't know if this is the display controllers fault or the actual throttle. I'm using the dedicated left hand throttle - not the universal. The pedal assist does work good though.
750c Full Color Display
Posted by Neil on Jul 2nd 2017
I have used my e-bike only three times with this display.
I'm not a fan. The unit got a shower of rain on it on Sunday (today is Monday) and has large amount of moisture build up behind the plastic cover and is malfunctioning. Its not able to determine PAS selection and gives level 9 constantly. I'm removing it and putting it in hot water cupboard for a few weeks.
The best review of this product is what Skymon says over on the forum and its very accurate in my opinion.
1 week ago
So now that I've had this display for a while, I can say that the drawbacks, (and disappointments) are significant:
1) "Variable Throttle Option" is not optional (not through the display settings anyway)
2) Clock loses memory when battery is removed (a la shark pack) or possibly even when turned off
3) When using a 52V battery, the "battery life remaining" indicator is so optimistic as to be useless. (Though the digital battery voltage reading is correct.)
4) The Daytime/Nighttime settings are virtually identical (black and white background cannot be toggled)
5) PAS level adjustment is extremely "laggy". (i.e. can't repeatedly press - or + buttons quickly)
6) If trip odometer is to be reset, it must be performed at the beginning of a trip. (reading will return to previous value if power is turned off before new mileage is recorded)
7) PAS level indication is one of the smallest, least readable datum displayed (granted my eyes are old)
8) Costs more
That's just what I've noticed so far...
That's a pretty big price to pay for the much cooler (imho) mounting and appearance of the 750c over the DPC-14.
Seems like it wasn't quite ready for prime time.
Not sure if it was ready for Prime time or not but it did cost alot of money and its just not as good as the DPC-14. Bummer out.
Good but - Does not hold the time of the day consistently and typically shows 100% even after several hours of use.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 29th 2017
Perhaps I am doing something wrong, but I set the time correctly and come back the next day and its off. With no documentation I haven't been able to figure out how to set it and be done. Otherwise I like the display and gives all the information I need at a glance. I suspecting the same problem as mentioned in other posts about the internal battery not holding the time settings.
The other issue is the battery display, when on percent it typically shows 100% even after several hours of use. Switching it to voltage it shows the drain off from usage. This was mentioned in other reviews.
Internal battery may not keep time when turned off
Posted by Unknown on Jun 27th 2017
Does not have many pros vs the previous model
Internal battery may not keep time when turned off
Looks great, some features don't work due to faulty internal battery
Posted by Unknown on Jun 25th 2017
The display looks very nice, I like a lot of the options and features, but there is apparently an issue with the internal battery so the clock does not keep time. Other features like total mileage and average speed seem to be possibly affected by this too, as my readings don't always make sense. This is apparently an issue with all of the units. Still a pretty nice display.
Looks good but has several bugs in it.
Posted by DK Hutch on Jun 23rd 2017
This is the second one I've had. The first one followed up in the sun. Got a replacement. The second one started to fog up also, However this one also was hard to push the end button to where you have to use your fingernail to get it to work. Now it won't hold the time. Contacted customer service about this, they said they know how hard the button is to push and maybe I could just open the unit up and replace the battery. I told them they need to make sure things like this are worked out before offering them to customers. Disappointed with the response and offered me a 50% discount.
Works great for me
Posted by Unknown on May 31st 2017
The display is easy to read and supports 52v batteries. I does not show anything under the range heading but other than that it is great.
Posted by Unknown on May 25th 2017
Big improvement over stock display (795)
Posted by Michael T on May 19th 2017
I'm using a ROCKSHOX DOMAIN Triple Crown fork with the TRUVATIVE Hotzfeller Direct Mount Stem.....NOT ENOUGH CLEARANCE.....I have to buy a handlebar mount extender to use it, no big deal, it's just a longer wait to use it.
Needs a USB 5V 1A out.
Great display. Everything is clearly visible.
Posted by Josiah on May 18th 2017
I like the fact that this is a horizontal display. It looks and installs much cleaner that way. It would be nice if there was a usb port to charge my front light while riding, but thats just me being lazy and nit picky. While I'm at it, where's the gps feature brah? Just kidding.
The daytime nighttime mode is automatic and snappy. It won't switch over with small amounts of shade. It knows the difference. All of the most important numbers are clearly visible and updated frequently. It works for multiple batteries sizes as promised, but takes a few minutes to go from 100% down to the actual battery level. I will be going into the advanced settings to tweak it to my liking soon.
Battery gauge still not accurate for 52v battery
Posted by Tim on May 11th 2017
Display is great. Like it much better that the DPC-14. However the battery image does not seem to reflect the correct % for my 52v battery. It does read the voltage now over 56.5 but the battery icon doesn't decrease accordingly.
Big improvement over C961 display
Posted by Unknown on Apr 30th 2017
Very nice display. Shows all the info I need. Very pleased with my purchase. Easy install as well.
Amazing display, gives you all the telemetry you need Voltage, Watts, MPH, Time, etc
Posted by John D on Apr 24th 2017
Great dashboard, gives you all you need for a great readout on the status of you electric motor , and battery status, the only things missing is a GPS, I guess that will be the next version ...lol
Love This upgrade
Posted by Unknown on Apr 22nd 2017
I needed to upgrade due to installing a 52 v battery.
It is a easy install and setup.
As a previous poster had said. The unit needs a USB charge output.
That is the only reason why I didnt rate this a 5 star.
What an excellent upgrade
Posted by Richie on Apr 20th 2017
Loving this display over the previous DPC-14.
Finally have reliable voltage for 52v.
Throttle seems to give max 1000w power, and now preferring 5 PAS, though this can be easily changed in settings.
PAS buttons huge improvement (very solid and better fit if you have dropper post release etc), and display sits much neater on bars, now looks part of bike.
Screws provided were too short for my bar (Trek Farley EX 8) but easily solved.
There is a walk function if you hold the minus button, which is super useful.
By far my favorite upgrade to my bike apart from the BBSHD.
Amazing. Thank you Luna!
Posted by Hutch on Apr 17th 2017
Works fine, I like the horizontal display however I would've gave it five stars if it had a USB charge output on it like the DPC-14.
Best display yet
Posted by Cy on Apr 16th 2017
I love this display with the full voltage read out, great layout and full color. This is well worth the few bucks to change out your old display, go for it, you will be happy you did!