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Display settingsLink

Accessible from menu Display Settings

Preferred unitsLink

It allows you to select units for measurement to specify various distance, speed and altitude. You could see this in the mobile app and your display.


  • Metric (km, m, kph=km/h)
  • Imperial (mi, ft, mi/h)

Secondary unitLink

It controls which value to show on the display main screen for the secondary unit.

  • Power, W
  • Current, A
  • Efficiency, wh/distance


For each protocol type there are two options, one normal and one Rx/Tx Swap. The last one is to help when the communications wires are inversed.


When set to Auto the display will try to autodetect the protocol at the next startup.


  • Auto
  • Bafang
  • Lishui
  • Kunteng
  • Tonseng
  • ASI
  • Bafang Rx/Tx Swap
  • Lishui Rx/Tx Swap
  • Kunteng Rx/Tx Swap
  • Tonseng Rx/Tx Swap
  • ASI Rx/Tx Swap

Reset tripLink

It controls when the current trip is reset on the display. If Manually selected, the trip will reset only when requested from the Dashboard page.


  • Manually
  • At start-up


No LockLink

Default behaviour, no action taken.

Locked Level 0 (coonect with app to unlock)Link

Display will always start locked in assist level 0. You have to connect with the mobile app to unlock and change the assist level.

Road restrictLink

Option to inhibit changing profiles from the M button on the display. If set to Yes you can only change profiles from the mobile app.

Options are No or Yes.

Startup with RoadLink

Decides if the display starts with the Road profile.

Options are No or Yes.


The time after which the bike should power off.


  • Never
  • After 5 minutes
  • After 2 hours
  • After 10 hours

Mode LabelsLink

The labels used on the display to identify the current profile settings.


  • Road/OffRoad
  • Eco/Support

Assist LevelsLink

The number of assist levels to be used + assit level 0.

Options are 9, 3 and 5

Keep headlight at startupLink

Options are No or Yes.

Mode button press functionLink

Option to change the inverse the functionality of the M button.


  • Short - Mode Change / Long - Stats
  • Short - Stats / Long - Mode Change

Bafang switch modeLink

The Road/OffRoad mode switch behaviour for bafang controllers.

Only live dataLink

Consists in switching only between Max speed Road and Max speed OffRoad setting from the Display Settings page

Live data and settingsLink

Consists of switching between the Max speed Road and Max speed OffRoad setting from the Display settings page plus the relative Road/OffRoad mode for the Bafang Basic, Bafang Pedal, Bafang Throttle profile settings.


If you are an unexperienced user we highly recommend using Only live data setting until you get familiarised with the bafang settings.

Max speed (km/h)Link

Determines the speed limits for Road and OffRoad. This values can be overwritten by the bike settings.

Wheel sizeLink

Offers some predefined Rim + Tire options to populate Wheel circumference with the right value.


The Wheel size drop down is just a helper with predefined values for Wheel circumference. It is normal to go back to Select.

Wheel circumference (mm)Link

This value is used to calculate the speed. Please use rim + tire value for this setting.

The following links provide comprehensive resources for determining the wheel circumference "Wheel size math" or "Cyclecomputer calibration"


If you think the speed measurement is not precise, you can use this field as a factor to increase or decrease your speed measurement.


EggRider has up to 3 battery profiles. You can use these profiles to track stats independently if you have more than one battery.

Please be sure you are setting the profile correctly. You can leave the others as they are by default.

To maximise the "Battery Performance", please set the following fields correctly.

Battery usedLink

Represents the battery profile to be used.

Options are 1st, 2nd and 3rd

Battery voltageLink

Offers some predefined values to populate the Voltage 0% and 100%.

Options are 24V, 36V, 48V, 52V, 72V.


EggRider display works up to 60V when directly connected. With certain controllers we can overcome this limit by connecting to a 12V output.


Battery voltage drop down is just a helper with predefined values for Voltage 0% and Voltage 100%. It is normal to go back to Select.

Voltage 0%Link

The empty battery voltage.
This field has a resolution of 0.01 V.

Voltage 100%Link

The full battery voltage.
This field has a resolution of 0.01 V.


The capacity of the battery measured in amper hour (Ah).
This field has a resolution of 0.01 Ah.

Last update: May 4, 2020