Hobbywing MAX10 SCT

Hobbywing MAX10 SCT manual

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    Congratulations and thank you for your trust in Hobbywing product. By
    purchasing a EZRUN MAX10-SCT and EZRUN MAX10, you have chosen a
    high performance brushless electronic speed controller! This sensorless
    speed-control is equipped with high-tech features to enhance your
    experience with Hobbywing Brushless power systems. Improper usage
    and unauthorized modifications to our product is extremely dangerous
    and may damage the product and related devices. Please take your time
    and read the following instructions carefully before you start using your
    speed control. Besides, we have the right to modify our product design,
    appearance, features and usage requirements without notification.
    MAX10 SCT / MAX10
    Brushless Electronic Speed Controller
    This is an extremely powerful brushless motor system. For your safety and the safety of those around
    you, we strongly recommend removing the pinion before performing calibration and programming
    functions with this system, and keeping wheels in the air when you turn on the ESC.
    Cont./Peak Current
    Motor Type
    120A / 830A
    Sensored / Sensorless Brushless Motor
    Short Course Truck,Truck and Monster Truck
    Motor Limit
    Model EZRUN MAX10 SCT
    LiPo /NiMH Cells
    BEC Output
    Cooling Fan
    Programming Port
    2-4S LiPo / 6-12S NiMH
    6V/7.4V Switchable, Continuous Current of 4A (Switch-mode)
    Powered by the stable BEC voltage of 6V/7.4V
    Input End: No Connectors.
    Output End: 4.0mm Female Gold Connectors (pre-soldered onto the PCB of the ESC).
    49 x 39.5 x 34.7mm (W/Fan) / 105g
    FAN/PRG Port
    Brushless Motor Limit with 2S LiPo / 6 Cell NiMH: KV6000 (3656 size motor)
    Brushless Motor Limit with 3S LiPo / 9 Cell NiMH: KV4000 (3656 size motor)
    Brushless Motor Limit with 4S LiPo / 12 Cell NiMH: KV3000 (3656 size motor)
    60A / 450A
    Sensorless/Sensored Brushless Motor(only in sensorless mode)
    Buggy, On-road, and Light-weight 2WD SCT/Truck/Monster Truck
    2-3S LiPo / 6-9 Cell NiMH
    6V/7.4V Switchable, Continuous Current of 3A (Switch-mode)
    Powered by the stable BEC voltage of 6V/7.4V
    Input End: No Connectors
    Output End: 3.5mm Female Gold Connectors (pre-soldered onto the PCB of the ESC)
    39.4 x 32.8 x 23.1mm (w/o Fan) / 67.8g
    FAN/PRG Port
    Brushless Motor Limit with 2S LiPo/ 6S NiMH: KV6000 (3652 size motor)
    Brushless Motor Limit with 3S LiPo/ 9S NiMH: KV4000 (3652 size motor)
    Move the throttle trigger to the neutral position and
    press the SET button.
    3. Set the neutral point, the full throttle endpoint and the full brake endpoint.
    s,EAVE the throttle trigger at the neutral position, press the SET button, the RED LED dies out and the GREEN LED flashes 1 time and the motor beeps 1 time to accept the neutral position.
    4. The motor can be started 3 seconds after the ESC/Radio calibration is complete.
    The Green LED
    flashes once and
    motor emits
    “Beep” tone.
    Move the throttle trigger to the end position of forward
    and press the SET button.
    The Green LED flashes
    twice and motor emits
    Move the throttle trigger to the end position of
    backward and press the SET button.
    The Green LED flashes
    three times and motor
    Beep” tone.
    the matching HOBBYWING motor.
    s#APACITOR0ROTECTIONInnovative Capacitor Protection effectively protects capacitors from exploding and causing irreversible damage to the ESC from overloading.
    1. Motor Wiring
    There is no polarity on the A/B/C three ESC-to-motor wires, hence, do not worry on how you connect them initially. You may find it necessary to swap two wires if the motor runs in reverse.
    And plug the temperature monitoring cable (PVC cable with a ZH-2Y male connector) on the ESC into the temperature monitoring port (a ZH-2Y female connector marked with “TEMP”) at
    the bottom of the matching HOBBYWING motor, the Motor Thermal Protection will function.
    2. Receiver Wiring
    Plug the throttle control cable on the ESC into the throttle (TH) channel on receiver. The throttle control cable will output the voltage of 6V/7.4V to the receiver and steering servo.
    Hence, no separate battery can be connected to the receiver. Otherwise, your ESC may be damaged.
    3. External CapPack Wiring (Optional)
    If the temperature of the capacitor is consistently above 85 when in use, you need to connect an external cappack (stock accessory included in the product box) to Red & Black power
    wires (the input end of the ESC). Otherwise, the insufficient capability of the on-board cappack may cause capacitors to swell or even explode. The ESC may be damaged and no longer
    work. Please connect an external cappack to your ESC by referring to the wiring diagram (as shown on the right side). The sequence is connecting Red/Positive to Red/Positive,
    Black/Negative to Black/Negative.
    4. Battery Wiring
    Proper polarity is essential. Please ensure positive (+) connects to positive (+), and negative (-) connects to negative (-) when plugging in the battery! When reverse polarity is applied to
    your ESC from the battery, it WILL damage your ESC. This WILL NOT be covered under warranty!
    ESC Setup
    Radio Calibration
    Begin using your ESC by calibrating with your transmitter. We strongly recommend Hobbywing users to use the “Fail Safe” function on the radio system and set (F/S) to “Output OFF” or
    “Neutral Position”. Example of caliberating Neutral range and Endpoint.
    Power ON-OFF Warning
    1) Power ON/OFF:
    (Start with the ESC turned off), press the ON/OFF button to turn on the ESC; (start with the ESC turned on) press and hold the ON/OFF button to turn off the ESC.
    2) Warning Tones:
    Turn on the ESC (that is to turn it on without holding the SET button); the motor will beep the number of LiPo cells you have plugged in. For example, 2 beeps indicate a 2S LiPo, 3 beeps
    indicate a 3S LiPo.
    Programmable Items
    Option 1
    1.Running Mode
    2. LiPo Cells
    3. Cutoff Voltage
    4. ESC Thermal Protection
    5. Motor Thermal Protection
    6. Motor Rotation
    7. BEC Voltage
    8. Brake Force
    9. Reverse Force
    10. Start Mode (Punch)
    Advanced Setting
    11. Drag Brake
    Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5 Option 6 Option 7 Option 8 Option 9
    2S 3S
    Disabled Auto (Low)
    Auto (High)
    Disabled 105/221
    12.5% 25% 37.5% 50.0% 62.5% 75.0% 87.5% 100.0% Disabled
    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
    0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16%
    Basic Setting
    Programmable Items Parameter Values
    (Those "black backgroud and white text" options are the factory default settings)
    1. Running Mode
    Option 1: Forward with Brake
    It has forward and brake functions only and is usually a racing mode.
    Option 2: Forward / Reverse with Brake
    This mode can be used as for training and it has “Forward/ Reverse with Brake” mode. Hobbywing adopted the “DOUBLE-CLICK” method, that is your vehicle only brakes on the 1st time
    you push the throttle trigger forward (brake) (1st push). The motor stops when you quickly release the throttle trigger and then re-push the trigger quickly (2nd push), only then the vehicle
    will reverse. The reverse function will not work if your car does not come to a complete stop.The vehicle only reverses after the motor stops. This method is for preventing vehicle from being
    accidentally reversed.
    2. Lipo Cells
    “Auto Calculation” is the default setting. If LiPo batteries are often used with the same cell count, we would strongly recommend setting this item manually to avoid the incorrect
    “calculation” (For instance, the ESC may take a not fully charged 3S LiPo as a fully charged 2S LiPo) which may cause the low-voltage cutoff protection to not function ideally.
    3. Cutoff Voltage
    Sets the voltage at which the ESC lowers or removes power to the motor in order to either keep the battery at a safe minimum voltage (for LiPo batteries). The ESC monitors the battery
    voltage all the time, it will immediately reduce the power to 50% and cut off the output 10 seconds later when the voltage goes below the cutoff threshold. The RED LED will flash a short,
    single flash that repeats (, , ) to indicate the low-voltage cutoff protection is activated. Please set the “Cutoff Voltage” to “Disabled” if you are using NiMH batteries.
    Option 1: Disabled
    The ESC does not cut the power off due to low voltage. We do not recommend using this option when you use any LiPo battery as you will irreversibly damage the product. You need to
    select this option when you are using a NiMH pack.
    Option 2: Auto (Low)
    Low cutoff voltage, difficulty to get the LVC Protection activated, is applicable to batteries with poor discharge capability.
    Option 3: Auto (Intermediate)
    Medium cutoff voltage, prone to getting the LVC Protection activated, is applicable to batteries with ordinary discharge capability.
    Option 4: Auto (High)
    High cutoff voltage, very prone to getting the LVC Protection activated, is applicable to packs with great discharge capability.
    Warning: If you set the Cutoff Voltage to Disabled when you use a LiPo pack, then please pay attention to the power change of your vehicle. In general, the battery voltage gets pretty low
    when your vehicle is severely losing power, then you should stop using that pack.
    4. ESC Thermal Protection
    The ESC will automatically cut off the output with the GREEN LED flashes (, , ) when the temperature gets up to the value you've previously preset and activates the ESC Thermal
    Protection. The output will not resume until the temperature gets down.
    5. Motor Thermal Protection
    The GREEN LED flashes (☆☆, ☆☆, ☆☆......) when the motor temperature reaches to the preset value. The output will not resume until the motor temperature gets down.
    Note: this protection works only when the temperature monitoring cable on the ESC is plugged into the temperature monitoring port (marked with “TEMP”) at the bottom of the matching
    HOBBYWING motor. It will be void if you don’t plug the cable into the port or set the “Motor Thermal Protection” to “Disabled”.
    6. Motor Rotation
    Pull the throttle trigger with the motor shaft facing you, the motor spins counter clockwise. When this item is set to CCW; the motor spins clockwise. When it is set to CW. The (A/B/C)
    wiring order of motors from different manufacturers may vary, so do the direction of the motor rotations. You can adjust the “Motor Rotation” or swap any two (ESC-to-motor) wires if the
    motor runs in reverse.
    7. BEC Voltage
    Option 16.0V
    It’s applicable to ordinary servos. Do not use this option with high voltage servos; otherwise your servos may not function normally due to insufficient voltage.
    Option 27.4V
    It’s applicable to high voltage servos. Do not use this option with ordinary servos; otherwise your servos may be burnt due to high voltage.
    8. Brake Force
    The ESC provides proportional braking function; the braking effect is decided by the position of the throttle trigger. It sets the percentage of available braking power when full brake is
    applied. Large amount will shorten the braking time but it may damage your pinion and spur. Please select the most suitable brake amount as per your car condition and your preference.
    9. Reverse Force
    Different reverse amount will bring different reversing speed. For the safety of your vehicle, we recommend using a low amount.
    10. Start Mode / Punch
    You can choose the punch from level 1 (very soft) to level 5 (very aggressive) as per the track, tires, grip, conditions. This feature is very useful for preventing tires from wheel-spinning
    during the warm-up process. In addition, “level 4” and “level 5” have strict requirement on battery’s discharge capability. It may affect the starting-up if the battery discharges poorly and
    cannot provide large current in a short time. If the car stutters or suddenly loses power in the starting-up process, indicates that the battery’s discharge capability is poor, you might need to
    reduce the punch or increase the FDR (Final Drive Ratio).
    11. Drag Brake
    Drag brake is the braking power produced when releasing from full speed to neutral zone. This is to simulate the slight braking effect of a neutral brushed motor while coasting.
    (Attention! Drag brake will consume much power, so apply it cautiously.)
    ESC Programming
    The portable LED program card is an optional accessory applicable for field use. Its friendly interface makes the ESC programming easy and quick.
    Before the programming, you need to connect your ESC and the program card via a cable with two JR male connectors, and then turn on the ESC, all programmable items will show up a
    few seconds later. You can select the item by choosing via “ITEM” & “VALUE” buttons on the program card. Press the “OK” button to save all new settings to your ESC.
    when the GREEN LED flashes.
    use a long flash to represent “5”. For example, the GREEN
    LED flashes a long flash (and the motor beeps a long beep
    at the same time) indicating you are in the 5
    programmable item; if the GREEN flashes a long flash and
    a short flash (and the motor beeps a long beep and a
    short beep at the same time) indicating you are in the 6
    programmable item; a long flash and two short flashes
    ( a long beep and two short beeps at the same time)
    indicating you’re in the 7
    programmable item and so on.
    the programming port of this ESC is also the
    fan port, so you need to unplug the fan first
    and then plug (one end of) the programming
    cable in the PRG/FAN port and the other end (of
    the programming cable) in the ESC port on the
    LCD program box. Please don’t use the throttle
    control cable (also called Rx cable) on the ESC
    to connect the program card/box, otherwise the
    program card/box won’t function.
    Enter the 2
    "LiPo Cells"
    Presss the ON/OFF
    button while holding
    the SET button to
    power on the ESC.
    Red LED flashes
    Green LED flashes
    Green LED flashes
    Green LED flashes
    3 times
    Green LED flashes
    N times
    the SET key
    the SET key
    Press the
    SET key
    Press the
    SET key
    Press the
    SET key
    Press the
    SET key
    the SET key
    the SET key
    Red LED flashes once = "Auto
    Red LED flashes twice = "2S"
    Red LED flashes 3 times = "3S"
    Red LED flashes 4 times = "4S"
    Red LED flashes once = "Disabled"
    Red LED flashes twice = "Auto (Low)"
    Red LED flashes 3 times = "Auto
    Red LED flashes 4 times ="Auto (High)"
    Red LED flashes once =
    Red LED flashes twice =
    "Forward with brake"
    "Forward / Reverse with brake"
    Enter the 3
    Enter the N
    Enter the 1
    "Running Mode"
    With the ESC switched off;
    Turn o n t he trans m i t t er
    Hold the SET key for 3 seconds
    the SET key for 3 seconds
    the SET key for 3 seconds
    the SET key for 3 seconds
    ......The following steps are just like the above steps......
    Finish programming, switch off the ESC, and then switch it on
    Click the SET button to choose the
    option, the times the red LED blinks
    indicates the option number you are
    going to select.
    After entering the
    corresponding item, the
    red LED starts to blink,
    the times it blinks
    represents the current
    option number.
    Press the SET key to choose the
    value, the flash times of the RED LED
    means the option number.
    (Once means the 1st option,
    twice means the 2nd option, etc.)
    External Programming
    Port for Connecting
    Program Card or WiFi
    1. Programming your ESC with the SET button
    You can p rogram t his E ZRUN MAX10 -SCT ES C v ia a mu ltifu nctio n LCD p rogram box or vi a a
    multifunction LCD program box & a PC (HOBBYWING USB LINK software needs to be installed on the
    PC). Before programming, you need to connect your ESC and the LCD program box via a cable with
    two JR male connectors and turn on the ESC, then the boot screen will show up on the LCD, press any
    button on the program box to initiate the communication between your ESC and the program box. The
    “CONNECTING ESC” will be displayed, a few seconds later; the program box will display the current
    mode like profile 1 and then the 1
    programmable item like running mode. You can adjust the setting
    via “ITEM” & “VALUE” buttons, and then press the “OK” button to save new settings to your ESC.
    Explanation for LED Status
    Trouble Shooting
    Factory Reset
    Press and hold the SET button for over 3 seconds anytime when the throttle trigger is at the neutral position (except during the ESC calibration and programming) can factory reset your
    ESC. RED & GREEN LEDs flash simultaneously indicating you have successfully restored all the default values within your ESC. Once you power the ESC off, and then back on, your settings
    will be back in the default mode.
    After connecting the program card to the ESC, press the “RESET” button and the “OK” button to factory reset your ESC.
    After connecting the program box to the ESC, continuously press the “ITEM” button on the program box until you see the “RESTORE DEFAULT” item, and then press “OK” to factory reset
    your ESC.
    After connecting the WiFi module to the ESC, open the HOBBYWING WiFi LINK software on your smart phone, select “Parameters” followed by “Factory Reset” to reset the ESC.
    1. During the Start-up Process
    value stored on the transmitter.
    2. In Operation
    sThe RED LED turns on solid when you brake, the GREEN LED will also come on when pushing the throttle trigger to the full brake endpoint and setting the “maximum brake force” to 100%.
    3. When Some Protection is Activated
    s4HE2%$,%$FLASHESASHORTSINGLEFLASHANDREPEATS, , ) indicating the low voltage cutoff protection is activated.
    s4HE'2%%.,%$FLASHESASHORTSINGLEFLASHANDREPEATS, , ) indicating the ESC thermal protection is activated.
    s4HE'2%%.,%$FLASHESASHORTDOUBLEFLASHANDREPEATS☆☆, ☆☆, ) indicating the MOTOR thermal protection is activated.
    Troub le(s) Solution(s)Possible Causes
    1. No power was supplied to the ESC.
    2. The ESC switch was damaged.
    1. Check if all ESC & battery connectors have been well soldered or
    firmly connected.
    2. Replace the broken switch.
    The ESC was unable to start the status LED, the motor, and the
    cooling fan after it was powered on.
    1. The ESC didn't detect any throttle signal.
    2. The neutral throttle value stored on your ESC is different from the
    value stored on the transmitter.
    1. Check if the throttle wire is reversely plugged in or in the wrong
    channel and if the transmitter is turned on.
    2. Re-calibrate the throttle range after you release the throttle
    trigger to the neutral position.
    After the ESC was powered on and finished LiPo cells detection
    (the GREEN LED flashed N times), and then the RED LED flashed
    1. The (ESC-to-motor) wiring order was incorrect.
    2. Your chassis is different from popular chassis.
    Swap any two (ESC-to-motor) wires.
    The vehicle ran backward when you pulled the throttle trigger
    towards you.
    1. The receiver was influenced by some foreign interference.
    2. The ESC entered the battery LVC (Low Voltage Cutoff) protection.
    3. The ESC entered the thermal (over-heat) protection.
    1. Check all devices and try to find out all possible causes,
    and check the transmitter’s battery voltage.
    2. The RED LED keeps flashing indicating the LVC protection is
    activated, please replace your pack.
    3. The GREEN LED keeps flashing indicating the thermal protection
    is activated, please let your ESC cool down before using it again.
    The motor suddenly stopped or significantly reduced the
    output in operation.
    1. Some soldering between the motor and the ESC was not good.
    2. The ESC was damaged (some MOSFETs were burnt).
    1. Check all soldering points, please re-solder if necessary.
    2. Contact the distributor for repair or other customer services.
    The motor stuttered but couldn’t start.
    1. The throttle neutral position on your transmitter was actually in the
    braking zone.
    2. Set the “Running Mode” improperly. 3. The ESC was damaged.
    1. Re-calibrate the throttle neutral position. No LED on the ESC will
    come on when the throttle trigger is at the neutral position.
    2. Set the “running mode” to “Forward/Reverse with Brake”.
    3. Contact the distributor for repair or other customer services.
    The vehicle could run forward (and brake), but could not reverse.
    1. The neutral position on the transmitter was not stable, so signals
    were not stable either.
    2. The ESC calibration was not proper.
    1. Replace your transmitter
    2. Re-calibrate the throttle range or fine tune the neutral position
    on the transmitter.
    The car ran forward/backward slowly when the throttle trigger
    was at the neutral position.
    The programming card/box was connected to the ESC via the throttle
    control cable (Rx cable).
    It is wrong to use the Rx cable to connect programming card/box.
    The programming port of this ESC is also the fan port, so please
    connect the ESC and programming card/box by plugging the
    programming cable into the fan port.
    1. The LCD program box kept displaying “CONNECTING ESC”
    after you connected it to your ESC.
    2. The LED program card kept display 3 short lines (- - -) after
    you connected it to your ESC.
    1. The ESC throttle cable wasn’t plugged in the correct channel on the
    2. The ESC throttle cable was reversely plugged in.
    1. Plug the throttle cable into the throttle (TH) channel on your
    2. Plug in the throttle cable properly by referring to relevant mark
    shown on your receiver.
    When pressing the SET button to set the throttle neutral position,
    the GREEN LED didn’t flash and no beep was emitted, or you
    were unable to set the full throttle endpoint and the full brake
    endpoint after the neutral position was accepted.
    The battery voltage was beyond the normal operating voltage range of
    the ESC.
    Check the battery voltage.
    The ESC was unable to start the motor after it was powered on,
    but the motor emitted a short, double beep (BB, BB, BB...)
    that repeats with GREEN LED on the ESC blinked. (The interval
    between two beeps was 1 second.)
    s3TOPUSINGTHE%3#WHENITSCASINGTEMPERATUREEXCEEDS/194; otherwise your ESC will get destroyed and may also get your motor damaged. We recommend setting the “ESC
    Thermal Protection” to 105/221 (this refers to the internal temperature of the ESC).
    to completely discharge and result in damage to batteries or ESC. This WILL NOT be covered under warranty.
    1. Turn on the transmitter, ensure all parameters(D/R, Curve, ATL) on the throttle channel
    are at default (100%). For transmitter without LCD, please turn the knob to the
    maximum, and the throttle “TRIM” to 0. Please also turn the corresponding knob to
    the neutral position. For FutabaTM transmitter, the direction of throttle channel shall
    be set to “REV”, while other radio systems shall be set to “NOR”. Please ensure the
    “ABS / braking function” of your transmitter must be DISABLED.
    Press and hold the
    SET button
    Press the
    Release the SET
    button once the LED
    2. Start by turning on the transmitter with the ESC turned off but connected to a battery. Holding the SET button and press the ON/OFF button, the RED LED on the ESC starts to flash
    (Note 1 the motor beeps at the same time), and then release the SET button immediately. (The ESC will enter the programming mode if the SET button is not released in 3 seconds,
    please restart from step 1.)
    Note 1: Beeps from the motor may be low sometimes, and you can check the LED status instead.
    2. Program your ESC with a LED program card
    3. Program your ESC with a multifunction LCD program box
    The EZRUN Max10 ESC can also be programmed via a WiFi module along with small phone devices (HOBBYWING WiFi Link software needs to be installed on the smart phone). Before
    programming, users will need to plug the programming cale on the WiFi module into the programming port on ESC and switch on the ESC. For detailed information about ESC programming via
    WiFi module, please refer to the user manual of Hobbywing’s WiFi Express.
    4. Program your ESC with a WiFi Module
    External Capacitor Module
    (also called Cappack) Wiring
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Especificaciones de Hobbywing MAX10 SCT

Marca Hobbywing
Modelo MAX10 SCT
Producto Juguete de radiocontrol
EAN 6938994405409
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Tipo de producto ESC
Marca compatible Hobbywing
Componente para Coche
Compatibilidad -
Tipo de Motor Motor sin escobillas
AWG calibre del cable 12
Funciones de protección Resistente al agua
Color del producto Negro
Control de energía
Máxima corriente continua 120A
Tensión de salida del circuido eliminador de batería (CEB) 6 V, 7.4 V
Corriente continua del circuido eliminador de batería (CEB) 4A
Corriente máxima admisible 830A
Tecnología de batería Polímero de litio
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 49mm
Profundidad 39.5mm
Altura 34.7mm
Peso 105g

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