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ESC programming card for RMS 65amp -BBD v7 p51

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  • ESC programming card for RMS 65amp -BBD v7 p51

    Do you have a ESC programming card for the FMS 65 amp ESc. Mine is working but I would like to confirm the other settings on the ESC. I have two programming cards for Turnigy and Hifei ESCs but neither of those will work. Any ideas on a esc programming card I could use to confirm the settings. I can make sense of all the beeps in the program mode.

    Thanks
    Jim Block

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    Re: ESC programming card for RMS 65amp -BBD v7 p51

    Jim,
    We do not currently carry a programming card for the FMS ESC, however, given that's it difficult sometimes to follow the beeps and tones from the ESC it would be a good piece of equipment to offer. I will look into it and see if we can offer it as a product in the near future. Thanks for the recommendation.

    Mark
    <quote author="Jim Block">
    Do you have a ESC programming card for the FMS 65 amp ESc. Mine is working but I would like to confirm the other settings on the ESC. I have two programming cards for Turnigy and Hifei ESCs but neither of those will work. Any ideas on a esc programming card I could use to confirm the settings. I can make sense of all the beeps in the program mode.

    Thanks
    Jim Block
    </quote>

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      Re: ESC programming card for RMS 65amp -BBD v7 p51

      It may take a few times reading over the settings section on the esc in the FMS manual, but they actually break it down pretty easy after you figure out their system. For the most part with my FMS 1400 birds is I will go and wait for the first four beeps and push my stick down. Then I reset the plane and then repeat the process but I will not push my throttle down until I go through the second set of four beeps which will engage the motor. Sometimes the brake will be on after doing this and sometimes it wont. You can tell if the brake is on when you have the motor running and then you kill your throttle and the prop stops as well instead of spinning to a stop. Always fly these without the brake on or you could have some weird tip stalls on landing if you arnt careful. Hope that gives you some insight. The rest of the settings on the esc should be good stock.

      Coot

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