King Meter J-LCD Electric Bike Display Settings

King Meter J-LCD Electric Bike Display Settings

While reviewing the Propella 2.2 electric bike, I had an opportunity to dig in on the King Meter J-LCD display panel control pad which is used on a wide variety of ebikes. It’s not removable, not especially easy to swivel (if the clamp is overtightened), doesn’t have any USB charging ports, and is generally very simple. It’s a part that many companies select in an effort to keep prices low and make their product easy to use. And in my opinion, it works well enough. Unlike most other compact ebike displays, this one does require an independent button pad. The upside is that it’s easy to reach but the trade-off is that this it adds complexity and clutter.

Buttons may vary depending on your bike or kit but should include: Up, Power/Mode, Down
Readouts include: Battery Capacity (Four Bars and Grapic for Five Levels), Clock, Assist Level (0-5), Current Speed, Average Speed, Max Speed, Odometer, Trip Meter

This video overview should help you navigate the different menus and settings. It’s not an especially deep display but here are a few tips for some of the buried features: Hold the Up arrow to change from Current Speed to Average Speed, or Max Speed. Press the Mode button to change from Odometer to Trip meter. Hold Up and Mode to activate backlighting, Hold Down to activate walk mode. Hold Up and down for Settings Menu (Clock, Backlight 1-3, Change Units Miles to Kilometers). EBR was paid to perform this review #Sponsored We try to be honest, thorough, and fun! Comparison tools, shop directory, and forums at:

Readers Comments (8)

  1. sepda cangih keren abis šŸ‘šŸ‘šŸ‘šŸ‘

  2. Is it possible to change the total number of pedal assist increments in theses settings?

  3. Hello, how can I take off the speed limiter?

  4. I`ve got error 30 on it (Abnormal communication), may be the controller uses other protocol, not UART/CAN.

  5. *Love this bike well worth it āœ³āœ³>**慌12Ā ** Ā  Good construction as in quality built . You can’t go wrong ! Great battery life*

  6. Nice display! I’m looking for small 48v display if you have any idea. Idea to run ebike without any display for example…

  7. HackHunter1835 March 3, 2021 @ 10:32 pm

    To bad the battery is so small. When you have a 14.6ah 48v and you switch to a bike with a 36v 6.8ah it’s underwhelming. Sure they want to keep it light but most buyers would gladly pay more for a bigger battery and not care about the extra weight.

  8. Can you set the clock to 12hr format instead of 24hr?

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