This is the programming card for the Hobbyking YEP ESCs. This card will allow you to conveniently program your ESC settings at home or at the field. Its compact size allows it to be stored in your field box or pocket with ease.
Programming Options: • Active free-wheeling circuit mode: Freew. off/Freew. on • Govenor mode: Gov. off/Gov. store/Gov./fast Gov. • Govenor mode P-gain: 0.7/0.9/1.2/1.4/1.6/1.9 • Govenor mode I-gain: 0.02/0.03/0.05/0.06/0.08/0.09 • Startup speed: Heli slow/Heli middle/Heli fast/Plane slow/Plane middle/Plane fast • PWM frequency: 8kHz/9kHz/10kHz/12kHz/14kHz/16kHz • Start-up power: Auto 1~32%/2%/4%/8%/16%/32% • Motor timing: 0°/6°/12°/18°/24°/30° • Brake: off/Acro/Acro hard/smooth/middle/hard • Cut-off type: off/slow down/cut-off/NiMh/LiFe/LiPo • Cut-off voltage (LiFe mode): 2.2/2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/2.7 • Cut-off voltage (LiPo mode): 2.9/3.0/3.1/3.2/3.3/3.4 • Cells: 4/5/6/7/8/9 • Cells: 10/11/12/13/14/15 • Special functions: Beep short/Rev./Stop/Full speed/F3A brake/Auto timing
*Note: This programming card only works with the Hobbyking YEP ESCs (45A/80A/100A/120A HV)
Set up the ESC for LiFe batteries, but do not set up the number of cells. Switch off the ESC. Turn it back on and set it up for LiPo batteries, but do not set up the number of cells. Now it should be back in LiPo auto mode and correctly count your 3 cells. HTH
I have used this card with a YEP 40A ESC and also 60A and 80A), all worked like a charm. I think it should work with the 150A too, because it would be weird with a whole other programming board for just one ESC model. But I haven't got a 150A, it's just a guess. HTH
This is a must for the Hobbyking HeliDrive ESC. It was a bit confusing at first but became very user friendly . Read the manual that is supplied in the uploaded file. I have use a few program cards before and this is very simple. Not much to look at but very funtional.