My switches are officially related to 0.3A but considering I run this guy off them it's fine!
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- Thu Jan 11, 2018 11:22 pm
- Forum: Events
- Topic: Ant Freeze 5 - 3rd Feb 2018 NEW DATE
- Replies: 33
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I just want to put this out there now, stuff like camera flaps gives me a small amount of worry. I'd be insistent on there being no uninterrupted path between the inside and outside of the arena when it comes to concerning spinners. My overhead spinner is easily capable of spraying shrapnel and with...
That'd be another of the Team nuts members! I'm on the other side of Sturminster to Yeovil.
Drop me a PM sometime!
Normal ESC's handle battle better so don't heat as much and (As Peter says) they normally have a dead band meaning that rather than (say the signal was 0 REVERSE - 10 FORWARD) 5 being STOP they say anything between 6 and 7 is STOP. So the trims have to wander far more before the ESC stops seeing it ...
This is an inherent problem in nearly all ESC's but servos are very susceptible for it. Essentially the way the servo reads the signal depends on the temperature. As it changes temperature (heating up over use for example) it may see 'Stop' as something else other than when it was turned on. There's...
- Sun Nov 19, 2017 12:02 am
- Forum: Questions (and answers)
- Topic: electronics conundrums
- Replies: 4
- Views: 158
No gear is super useful, the above saw bot uses gear. Aux does give a full range but it has no native control tied into it (Which is what makes it normally not so useful), normally it's left as some kind of replica of throttle. Fancier TX's like a Devo can utilise this channel more with their progra...