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)
Yes it can, if you step all the way in the cell column you get a setting where no diod is lit, thats the Auto setting. That worked for me with the LV 100A YEP. And the manual says:* Setting again the Lipo type (LiPo / LiFe) will cancel the cell count and set the ESC again in automatic cell count detection!
I always calibrate the throttle regardless of if I use gov or not. Because the ESC needs to know what your TX throttle range is in order to give you the full throttle range, and also to get the best throttle resolution. 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.