Programming Functions: Battery Type: Lipo /NiXX Brake: On / Off Voltage Protection: Low / Mid / High Protection mode: Reduce power / Cut off power Timing: Auto / High / Low Startup: Fast / Normal / Soft PWM Frequency: 8k / 16k Helicopter mode: Off / 5sec / 15sec (Start up delay)
Note: User manual can be downloaded from the files Tab.
I am trying to get these ESC's to work with the HK megaPilot (Pixhawk). The ESC's calibrate fine with fine linear response, but when I run them through my Pixhawk they lose are their sync and are un-useable.
We have had strange problems, the solution was where the transmitter mixing caused improper ESC signals on power up.
In some cases it sent the ESC into program mode, so by the time we lowered the throttle level we now had a non-functioning ESC. Also the default parameters don't seem to be the same as a virgin ESC.
hi Karen,you can get a programming card but you really don't need it.go to files and download manual =start reading operation V.when you set programming mode you just have to wait until you hear the sequence tune is played for brake off(then pull throttle stick back to lowest point to set it).remove propeller from plane first before you start programming esc.dont cred happy to help good luck:)
An ESC is rated for A, not for mAh. It starts with the motor A. The number of A the motor draws needs to be smaller than the A the ESC is rated for. The battery needs to be able to supply the required A. It works like this: say you have a 3s 2200mAh 20C battery. It is good to deliver 2.2x20 = 44A continuously. Be aware that the motor A change with the size of the fitted propeller.