Old 08-30-2019, 09:32 PM
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ron_van_sommeren
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Originally Posted by solentlife View Post
... You can limit throttle to 80% if you wish - but you will not be reducing 'wear and tear' on ESC ...
In fact, it increases wear and tear. Full throttle is easiest on a controller.

Originally Posted by Bobbyra View Post
I mean in order to avoid overcharge and over current, what is the best throttle for flying ? Is 80% the best choice?
Trainer and training suggestions:
Advice for getting into flying RC airplanes, and how not to - The Ampeer

Some well-structured reading for rainy/windy days, including two e-books, and some handy e-tools as well. Will save you, and us a lot of questions. Notably the 'what went wrong?' kind of questions Will also prevent you from burning up several controllers and/or motors and/or battery:
E-flight primer and tools

And pleasepleaseplease, do your RC equipment, wallet, ego, battery, controller, motor, house/garage/car a big favour ... get a watt-meter. It will more than pay for itself, will save you at least one fried motor and one fried controller. Will also help you finding the best setup.
Keep battery-/-watt-/multi-meter wires short!
too long wires batteryside will kill ESC over time: precautions, solutions & workarounds

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