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Vsett escooter Starting Guide


Vsett eScooter Starting Guide



To access the settings: 

Step 1: Simultaneously hold “+” & “-” buttons for 3-4 seconds. 

Step 2: Use the power button to cycle through the settings. 

Step 3: Use “+” & “-” buttons to change the settings.


P1: LCD brightness: Set to 3 for brightest. 

P2: Mileage display in Miles or Kilometres. 0 = KM, 1 = Mile 

P3: System Voltage DO NOT CHANGE

  • VSETT 8/8+ & 9+ = 48V, 
  • VSETT 9 = 52V, 
  • VSETT 10/11+ = 60V 

P4: Standby: Recommend setting at 5 minutes 

P5: Unused 

P6: Rear Wheel Diameter in Inches. DO NOT CHANGE

  • VSETT 8/8+ = 8” 
  • VSETT  9/9+ = 8.5” 
  • VSETT 10+ = 10”
  • VSETT 11+ = 11” 

P7: Number of magnets on motor: set to 28 DO NOT CHANGE

P8: Speed limiting: set to 100 for no speed limit. Limitation is useful on urban busy areas or when you don’t like the throttle to be too responsive

P9: Zero start: set to 0 for ZERO START, set to 1 for KICK START. We recommend setting to 1 always so that the scooter does not drive when someone accidentally pulls the throttle. 

P10: Unused 

P11: Electronic Braking Level 0-5. 0 = OFF, 1 = Weakest, 5 = Strongest 

P12: Soft or high acceleration. 1 is soft start; 5 is high torque start. Useful setting on busy commuting routes.

P13: Unused 

P14: Unused 

P15: Controller Cut Voltage DO NOT CHANGE

  • VSETT 8/8+ & 9+ = 39V
  • VSETT 9 = 42V 
  • VSETT 10+/11+ = 50V 

P16: Odometer 

P17: Cruise control: set to 0 by default. Set to 1 for advanced riders. Cruise control will start automatically when speed is maintained for longer than 5 seconds. Cruise will turn off when the brake or throttle is activated. Cruise control can be dangerous if you are not familiar with the scooter yet. 

P18: Bind/Unbind NFC Cards. Long Press “ + ” to add card. Long Press “ – ” to remove card. Unbinding removes all cards. 

P19: Unused 

P20: Communication Protocol. Defaults to 4. DO NOT CHANGE



Error Codes (See User Manual for error code meanings & Diagnostics): 

02 – Brake 

10 – Communication Receiving Fault 

06 – Battery Undervoltage 

11 – Communication Transmission Fault 

07 – Motor Fault 

08 – Display Fault 

09 – Controller Fault



  • Always keep the tires inflated to approx 50 psi – check weekly. This will reduce the likelihood of punctures.
  • If you ride the scooter in very wet weather, purchase mudguard extenders to stay dry and protect the scooter
  • Every few weeks, take the Allen keys and check the bolts. Especially check the e-brake wires on the brake levers which will cut power if they get too loose.
  • Do not store the scooter in damp or wet conditions and dry off after use in the wet.
  • Do not leave the scooter for extended periods of time with a flat battery as it may damage it. If you leave it, keep it charged and top it up every three months or so.
    If your finger gets tired gripping the trigger throttle, consider activated cruise control feature on P17. You will see a graphic on the display when cruise activates.


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