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Don Sims 04-08-2014 12:00 AM

Help a new member with an esc question?
 
Quote:

hi there i have a Rc Systems brushless motor and esc and kl 35 modle and i dont know how to reset it please can u help
Any suggestions to pass along?

CHELLIE 04-08-2014 12:30 AM

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Originally Posted by Don Sims (Post 944815)
Any suggestions to pass along?

Hi, Thats not very much information to go on, here is the information thats needed.

1. whats size motor do you have, who is it made by, what is the Kv/RPM of the motor.

2. who is the ESC made by, what is the Amp Size, what is the BEC rated at.

3. What do you mean by reseting it, is the motor not working, are the servos not working,

4. what transmiter and receiver are you using, are you on 2.4 or 35 Mhz.

5. is your battery fully charged, what size is your battery, is it a lipo or other.

6. what is the wing span of your plane and what is the all up weight on the plane, this will help us to determine if you have the right power system for your plane.

7. I realize that you may be a Newbi, and that the info being asked for is a little difficult to understand, but if you could post some pictures of your plane, motor, esc, radio system and battery, That would be a big help, i believe you need about 5 post before you can post pictures here.

CHELLIE 04-08-2014 01:08 AM

some great info here.

http://www.wattflyer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=31368

AEAJR 04-15-2014 04:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Don Sims (Post 944815)
Any suggestions to pass along?

Don,

Where is the original post?

We can't ask him questions if we can't speak to him.

JetPlaneFlyer 04-15-2014 07:32 AM

Like Chellie, I'm not even sure what the question is... what's he mean by 'reset it'?

suresharp 04-15-2014 07:38 AM

Your esc can be reprogramed by following the instruction sheet that came with it. There is also program cards for some esc that make this easy. Your motor, esc, receiver and battery must be all connected as normal set up. Receiver is bound to trans. Now instruction sheet will tell you how to enter set up mode and what the different beeps stand for and how to change what you want. with no instruction sheet you will not know what settings the esc has.

Don Sims 04-15-2014 10:08 AM

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Originally Posted by AEAJR (Post 945496)
Don,

Where is the original post?

We can't ask him questions if we can't speak to him.

Ed, unfortunately that is all he emailed me. I sent him a link to the thread and was hoping he would reply with more details the day I started the thread.

AEAJR 04-15-2014 01:16 PM

OK, now I understand. Well, unless he joins the discussion we can't help him.

You tried.

satnaam 04-16-2014 02:26 AM

you can go to diffrent sites
 
such as hobby King and see similar planes and could match an esc.
satnaam:concern:


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