Programming Functions: Battery Type: Lipo /NiXX Brake: On / Off Voltage Protection: Low / Mid / High Protection mode: Reduce power / Cut off power Timing: Low / Mid / High Startup: Fast / Normal / Soft PWM Frequency: 8k / 16k Helicopter mode: Off / 5sec / 15sec (Start up delay)
each ESC has microcontroller with a flash memory containing programm which convert your control signal values to signals switching mosfet transistors powering motor.... "Flush" just mean to upload a newer or alternative version of this program (firmware) to controller... Each firmware is done to sute some specific needs... Most are more or less universal for use on plane or coprer, but if you wants some specific features like reverse for example or freewheeling on throttle down then you probably would like to reflash your existing esc rather then choosing and purchising other one which have required feature... This is not a simple process as different escs requires different firmware (due to difference of hardware schematics) and reflashing requires strong skils in electronics and programming...
I would be surprised if a KK2.1 draws 1Amp but since these ESC's have analogue regulators in them you can just parallel them up without issue. They are fairly easy to flash without the HK tool but have been on Backorder now for at least two weeks
Yeah I'd be surprised too if it draws 1A. When you say parallel them up, do you mean 2 together say to make 2A? How would I do that?
Yeah i've flashed both the 20A and 30A versions of this esc with my homemade pins.
Yes, if the &- pins of the M1-4 connectors on the KK2.1 are connected together its done for you.On the KK2 only the M1 connector powered the KK2 not sure about the KK2.1. Some people suggest you should remove the 5V wire from all but one of your ESC's but with analogue Regulators I have never found it necessary in fact these ESC's have two 5V regulators on them wired in parallel to give 1A.
Yeah I just assumed the kk2.1 was same as kk2.0 and just got power from M1 and also never removed the other red wires.
So assuming it's same as kk2.0 I could just connect positive & negative on pins m1-4? Would this then give 4A * 5v, or have I got it totally wrong lol?
i replaced the stock esc of the micro f86 which is 6A with this esc in order to use 3s battery and it flies great i just cut the wires to save weight and will stay in the recommended flying weight specs.thank you hobbyking.