Have you just purchased a Weebot Zephyr or Weebot Anoki electric scooter? It has a QS-S4 LCD screen. We accompany you to discover all the settings of the LCD screen of your Weebot scooter in order to configure your vehicle. Follow our complete guide with the meaning of the different driving modes as well as the error codes on the display.
QS-S4 LCD Color Display
The QS-S4 LCD display replaces the old LT-01 display offered by the old Zero electric scooters. It has brand new additional functions. It is possible to consult among others:
- electric scooter speed
- the number of kilometers traveled
- the remaining autonomy
This signaling on the handlebars allows safe and ideal driving in all urban trips with your Weebot electric scooter .
Note that to turn on the lighting of your electric scooter, you must press the "MODE" button for several seconds.
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Which scooters are equipped with the QS-S4 accelerator?
The QS S4 display model is a benchmark in the electric scooter industry. It is mainly used by the Zero and Weebot brands which use this digital display on their vehicle. Here is the list of electric scooter models compatible with this color LCD display.
- Weebot Zephyr electric scooter
- Weebot Anoki electric scooter
- Weebot Leika electric scooter
- zero 8 electric scooter
- Zero 8X electric scooter
- zero 9 electric scooter
- zero 10 electric scooter
- Zero 10X electric scooter
- Kaabo Mantis Lite electric scooter
Weebot QS-s4 Screen Tuning Full Guide
The settings of your electric scooter are made by the control screen which also acts as an accelerator. Discover all the possible settings to bring you driving comfort.
How to set the driving mode for Weebot Zephyr and Anoki scooter?
The QS S4 LCD screen of Weebot electric scooters allows you to ride with 3 driving modes. The higher you level up from 1 -> 2 -> 3 , the faster your max speed and acceleration will be. But you will also lose more autonomy. It's all about how you use your Zephyr or Anoki.
How to Access Advanced Settings (Mode P)
To adjust your Weebot electric scooter in depth, here is how to access the programs saved in the QS-S4 display.
- Turn on the electric scooter
- Press the "MODE" and "POWER" buttons for a few seconds to access the menu of the different Programs
- Use the "POWER" button to scroll through the different programs (p0, p1, p2, p3, p4, etc.)
- Press the "MODE" button to change the value of the settings
- To save, just wait a few seconds without touching the buttons for the display of the Weebot scooter to return to the homepage on its own
List of programs for Weebot Zephyr, Anoki and Leika
In this part we will detail all the features available to best adjust your electric scooter according to your desires. There are a total of 10 setting programs on this throttle model.
Programs P1 P2 P3 are not to be modified
Attention, if it is possible to modify the values on the P1 and P2 modes, we advise you not to do so. Programs P1, P2 and P3 should only be modified if the values indicated are not the correct ones.
P1 mode: LCD screen brightness
This value changes the backlight of your scooter's QS-S4 LCD display. Low light is recommended in dark weather, while high light is better in direct sunlight.
- 1 = low intensity backlight
- 2 = medium backlight
- 3 = high brightness backlight
P2 mode: speed unit
Depending on the region, the units of measurement are not all the same. To drive in France, Weebot recommends that you choose the unit 0 to display your speed in km/h in order to comply with measurement standards.
- 0 = kilometers per hour
- 1 = Miles per hour
P3 mode: battery voltage
The value of the battery voltage corresponds to the power of your electric scooter. It can be set to 36V, 48V, 52V, 60V, 72V. It is therefore useless to change this value which by default is perfectly configured.
P4 Mode: Automatic Vehicle Shutdown Timer
You can adjust the number of minutes your vehicle shuts itself off after a period of inactivity. This parameter is adjustable from 0 to 60 minutes.
This function saves the battery so that it does not discharge unnecessarily when you are not using your vehicle.
P6 mode: wheel size
This program allows you to indicate the size of the wheels of your electric scooter on the display. By default, this is set to 8.5 for the 8.5 inch wheels of the Anoki, 10 for the 10 inch of the Zephyr and Leika etc.
This allows the speed of the electric scooter to be calculated . But depending on your weight, it may be wise to fine-tune this setting so that the counter speed is as close as possible to the GPS speed.
Mode P7: number of magnets in the motor
The P7 value corresponds to the number of pairs of motor poles. Electric scooter manufacturers including Weebot recommend not to modify this original value .
P8 mode: motor power
It is possible via this program to adjust the motor power between 5% and 100%. This program is particularly useful for getting used to the power of your Weebot electric scooter.
In case of lack of insurance during your first uses of your vehicle, you can configure the machine to deliver more or less its maximum speed when the trigger is fully pressed.
- 25 = Max 25% top speed
- 50 = Max 50% top speed
- 100 = Top speed at 100% motor capacity
P9 mode: kick start
To start your Zero or Weebot electric scooter, you have the option of starting the acceleration with a momentum of the foot (value: 1), or activating the raw start to start directly with the acceleration trigger of the QS-S4 ( value: 0).
For beginners or for the most powerful electric scooters, prefer kick starting, and when you have gained experience, you can switch to direct start mode.
- 0 = Direct start with acceleration trigger
- 1 = Acceleration trigger active only after foot swing
Mode P11: electric braking intensity
This P11 program allows you to modify the electric braking power on your Weebot, Zero or Kaabo scooter using the QS-S4 display. You have several power levels (from 1 to 5) for the electric brake present on the motor(s):
- 1 = Low Power Electric Braking
- 3 = Electric braking not faulty
- 5 = Electric braking at full power
Mode P12: Soft start
It is possible to dose the acceleration of the trigger through this program. To avoid excessively violent accelerations, choose the value 0 (softer). To deploy all the power at startup, enter the value 5 (faster and nervous).
- 0 = Soft acceleration at start
- 3 = Default vehicle acceleration
- 5 = Most powerful acceleration at start
Mode P15: Undervoltage monitor
Not modified !
Mode P16: Reset ODO
To reset the kilometers to 0 on your Weebot electric scooter, all you need to do is hold down the POWER button once in this menu.
Mode P17: cruise control
To deactivate cruise control, choose the value: 0
This is the adjustment mode that we recommend! Because with the cruise control activated (1) when you release the acceleration trigger, your two wheels continue to roll at the same speed. A function that is rather dangerous in city driving. Only to be used if you are used to riding your Weebot scooter this way.
Cruise control allows you to drive at a constant speed without holding the throttle trigger . This reduces fatigue over long distances as well as battery consumption by reducing the number of accelerations.
To deactivate cruise control, simply pull the trigger to accelerate or brake. If you use this feature, always have a suitable position ready for braking for added safety.
- 0 = Cruise control off
- 1 = Cruise control active
P20 Mode: Error Log
Not modified !
The battery level
Your QS-S4 display allows you to follow the level of your battery. Thanks to its gauge, you can follow your battery consumption and adapt your driving accordingly.
When your battery is full, you can fully use your electric scooter having fun with the biggest speed mode.
When your battery reaches 70%, we recommend that you drive at a moderate speed.
Below 50%, favor a more moderate pace when switching to intermediate speed mode. It is advisable to always stay above 35% to 40% battery, in order to maintain optimal performance of the battery of your electric scooter.
List of QS-S4 LCD Display Error Codes
Electric scooter error codes are there to tell you that there is an anomaly on your vehicle . In case of doubt, here is the list of these codes as well as their meaning. You will then be able to know which system is faulty and requires repair .
We will then be able to guide you effectively on the reason(s) for the breakdown and possibly the repairs to be planned.
Error code E00
It is usually enough to restart the scooter to correct this error.
Error code E02
This code indicates a brake problem.
To correct this problem, squeeze the brake handle repeatedly to see if it is blocked. If the problem persists, we advise you to check the spring of the handle because it must not be correctly in place. Your brake handle should then not engage properly.
Error code E04
This code indicates a controller problem. Remember to deactivate it in the program menu P6 (value at 0)
Error code E06
This code indicates a low battery voltage problem. Check the P3 program mode and make sure the value matches the product's default setting.
Error code E07
This code indicates an engine problem. The cable feeding the motor is possibly disconnected. On the Anoki model, turn off your vehicle and try to disconnect then reconnect the exposed motor cable.
On the Zephyr and Leika models, it is necessary to check if the cables at the level of the controller are correctly connected. If the problem persists despite everything, the motor is surely faulty.
Error code E08
This code indicates a problem with the display of the display. In some cases, the magnet inside the display may fall. Check that it is indeed present by keeping the trigger pressed (vehicle off). You should see it behind the trigger block normally. If the magnet has fallen, it must be put back in place, taking care to put it in the right direction. If placed upside down, your scooter may accelerate on its own.
Error code E09
This code indicates a problem with the controller. It is most certainly necessary to change the controller which is defective.
Error code E10
This code indicates a problem with the signal from the controller to the display. First, try unplugging and reconnecting the display. If the problem persists, you can try with another display. If this does not solve the connection problem, the connector cable will have to be changed.
Error code E11
This code indicates a signal problem from the display to the controller. First, try unplugging and reconnecting the display. If the problem persists, you can try with another display. If this does not solve the connection problem, the connector cable will have to be changed.
Error code E12
This code indicates a problem with the BMS. The latter controls the battery management.
Error code E13
This code indicates a problem with the lighting of the scooter. If your battery is charging, check that the charging port is working properly. Otherwise, the battery will have to be changed.