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Is the third time this happens to me.
The first 2 had a crash because the back motor (i think is the ESC) failed.
Now going slower and filming it so you can provide comments.
Basically test the propellers are pushing up, right/left, forward/backward, no weeds attached.
Still half way of the take off, the rear ESC fails.
I tried without propellers and i can go full range without problems.
Moved wires but everything seems right.
For me seems to be a faulty ESC but while i receive a new one, do you have some other ideas?
Or some kind of feature tu cut when the power is not enough...
HobbyKing tricopter X900
TURNIGY Plush 25amp Speed Controller
Turnigy 2200mAh 3S 20C Lipo Pack
HobbyKing Multi-Rotor Control Board V2.1 (Atmega168PA)
yeah, tried that, I have the latest firmware and calibrated the ESCs several times (though i'm not confident that it went right).
In the video I have the following battery.
ZIPPY Flightmax 4000mAh 2S1P 40C
could be that 2S does not work?
Bc i changed to a 3S and at least i could lift off. Still the back motor is "lazy" (starts late) but eventually gets compensated.
I'll further try in a bigger space now that i can lift off. But still i dont have confidence on it
Just want to chime in about esc size. NEVER GO TO SMALL. Are you will learn the hard way....temperature is the grim reaper for ALL electronics from tvs to laptops and yes even the esc. I have had so much luck with the plush line of esc it's all I will buy unless I'm forced to buy another because of low inventory. But over all all my hk esc buys have given me good service. But 2 small will give you a hot electronics and bad results. Me? I have a bunch of different sizes I have bought over time and I run the largest esc room and wieght will allow. I have a ******** p51 that came with a 18 amp esc in front of a 480 size motor. I installed the motor on a edge 540 with a 40 amp esc and.man did the plane move! This tells me.from a user's stand point a bit bigger a bit more power. But the 18 amp esc may have been holding the 480 back also. Regardless my electronics always run cool and don't burn up. And if room and wieght is a issue 15 percent is a great guide line to go by but imo as Tim Allen would say grunt grunt grone bigger BIGGER BETTER LOL. . Always try to have a small amount of airflow through the battery esc compartment
Is this esc to big for a hex Tronik 24gram Brushless Outrunner 1300kv ? I am scratch building and I am looking at using this esc, so that when I wan't to slap on a bigger motor I can! *) ( If you can't already tell I am very cheap ! ) ( I just don't want to over do it!)
Check the max current on the motor, this could be to large for the motor, like the other guys said its not bad having to large of an esc, however you can reduce size and weight going with a smaller ESC, if flight time and efficiency is something you're looking for
It's an ESC it does it's job. Very easy to solder connectors. would buy again.
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Interesting that this esc is listed as 25a. Most esc's list their max current....ie, should be listed as a 35a esc. Just purchased one for a turnigy 2217, 23a outrunner....we will see.
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These are all around good ESC's. It's all I've ever used. Programming is easy and it'll do what you want with the system you have. They seem to run cool enough and they're pretty light for foamies.
I've popped two due to bad motors. I guess I can't blame the ESC for that and since the ESC is reasonable cost it didn't break me so I guess it's all good. It would be nice if they would shut down on overcurrent though.