Yge esc programming manual

YGE Brushless Electronic Speed Controllers (ESC) Operating instructions for the RCSetup Features: 6 step adjustable timing or automatic timing adjustment Lipo(Auto) NiMh adjustable. Adjustable brake. Hardness and speed are proportional to the soft start. Full utilization of stick range by programming in the RCSetup 0, 7 Gramm electronic speed controller YGE 7 S (ESC) Programming with stick setup, check www. yge.

de Programming with the ProgCard II find it in the RCsetup manual under www. yge. de in the Download area. Please notice that the complete features set can only be Sep 07, 2011 PROG 2 Card SETUP part 1 Basic learning setup for YEP and YGE ESC Duration: 10: 03.

Westy's How To Guides 20, 001 views Apr 17, 2014 The YEP is a very nice inexpensive ESC that works great. It has a 6 amp BEC and has an optional programming card to program some of the advanced and basic fe YGE ProgCard II Programming Card ESCs with integrated optocoupler cannot be read back by the progCard II.

In addition to the LED matrix overview, the confirmation of the the user manual of your motor. Startup Power. The higher the startup power, the faster Any way to reset the esc to default setting without the programming card or do I need to purchase a programming card? Thanks. PM EMAIL GALLERY: Attn: Download the RC setup manual from MSH's website.

That one is better than the one YGE has written. Read that one slowly. Mini Protos YGE 60A ESC Print TOPIC Make Suggestion: 4 Topic YGE 60 LV (NEW Version 5) FBL Gov READY with SPEED RPM SENSER OUTPUT Note: This is the very latest version with RPM sensor output wire Mar 03, 2014 How to progra, the YEP 80A ESC with the transmitter sticks? Hi. It is a YGE clone, so their manual may help. I folowed hakank's adivice on manual stick programming, i get so far as to enable brake and change soft start, i get the two confirming beeps in the basic setup, but then YGE 90 LV, 120 LV and 120 LV K (V2) electronic speed controller (ESC) Governor preprogrammed (Mode 2) Technical data: The specified current is the maximum continuous full power current with adequate cooling.