Hobbywing QUICRUN Series Sensored Brushless Speed Controller

Hobbywing QUICRUN Series Sensored Brushless Speed Controller manual

  • User Manual of QUICRUN Series Sensored Brushless Speed Controller HW-SM301DUL-20131007 Page 1
    Congratulations and thanks for purchasing the QUICRUN series electronic speed controller (ESC). The power
    system for RC model can be very dangerous, so please read this manual carefully. Since we have no control
    over the installation, application, use or maintenance of this product, in no case shall we be liable for any
    damages, losses or costs.
    High performance but low price, users can own this reliable race-ready ESC at an affordable cost.
    Compact size, suitable for various car chassis.
    Auto identification system can recognize sensored / sensorless brushless motors automatically.
    Excellent operating feelings and plentiful adjustment options, suitable for most kinds of competitions.
    8 steps of timing adjustment greatly increase the output power of the motor, and unlock its maximum potential.
    Proportional brake with 4 steps of Maximum Brake Force adjustment, 8 steps of Drag Brake Force adjustment and 4 steps of Initial
    Brake Force adjustment.
    9 steps of acceleration (punch) adjustment, from “soft” to “very aggressive” to fit for different kinds of cars, tires and tracks.
    Multiple protections: Low voltage cut-off protection for Lipo or NiMH battery / Over-heat protection / Throttle signal loss protection /
    Motor Lock-up protection.
    One-button (the “SET button on the ESC) to set the ESC, and easy to reset all parameters to the factory default settings.
    Compatible with the optional device ---- the portable Digital LED Program Card, especially convenient for outdoor use.
    Note 1: “T” indicates the limit value of motor turns when the ESC timing is set to 0. The larger the timing, the more turns the motor needs.
    Please pay close attention to temperatures of the motor and the ESC to avoid any damage to these two equipments.
    Begin to Use the New ESC
    Step 1: Connect the battery, servo, receiver, ESC and motor according to the wiring diagram below, recheck all the connections
    before entering the next step.
    Step 2: Set the Throttle Range
    In order to make sure the ESC fits the throttle range of your transmitter, you must calibrate it when begin to use a new ESC, or a used
    transmitter if some of its settings have been changed, like the Throttle Trim, D/R, EPA or other parameters. Otherwise, the ESC cannot work
    properly. Besides, we strongly recommend users to enable the failsafe function of the transmitter, set the “F/S” of the throttle channel to the
    Shutdown mode or set the protection value to the neutral position, so the car can be stopped if the receiver fails to get the radio signals from
    the transmitter. Please calibrate the throttle range according to the following steps.
    Step 3: Check the LED Status in Normal Running
    1) In general, if the throttle stick is in the neutral range, neither the Red LED nor the Green LED lights.
    2) The red LED solidly lights when the car is running forward or backward and it will blink quickly when the car is braking.
    3) The Green LED solidly lights when the throttle stick is located at the top point of the forward zone (that means full throttle is applied).
    Possible Causes
    Turn on the switch, no LED lights
    up, and neither the motor nor fan
    No battery voltage is input to the
    The switch of the ESC is damaged
    Check the connections between the battery and the ESC,
    re-solder the connectors if needed.
    Change the switch.
    After power on, motor doesn’t
    work but emits “beep-beep-,
    beep-beep- alert tone. (there’s
    1-second pause between 2
    The voltage of the battery pack is
    not in the normal range, it’s too high
    or too low.
    Check the voltage of the battery pack.
    After power on, the Red LED turns
    solid red but the motor doesn’t
    The throttle signal wire is oppositely
    inserted or into the incorrect
    Plug the signal wire (Rx lead) correctly into the throttle
    channel (usually Channel #2) of the receiver.
    The car runs backwards when
    accelerating forward on radio.
    The wire connections between the
    ESC and the motor need to be
    The chassis is not suitable for this
    Swap any two wire connections between the ESC and the
    motor. (Note: This method is ONLY available for
    SENSORLESS motor )
    Please don't use the ESC for this special chassis.
    The car suddenly slows down,
    then stops about 15 seconds later.
    Low voltage cutoff protection (Red
    LED blinks)
    Overheat protection (Green LED
    Check the battery voltage. If still has some capacity, lower
    the cut-off threshold voltage; if not, replace a new battery.
    Wait several minutes to cool the ESC. Increase the gear
    ratio or the T number (Turns) of the motor.
    The motor stuttering under heavy
    Low battery discharge rate.
    The motor RPM is too high (i.e. the
    motor runs too fast), and the gear
    ratio is too small.
    The “Punch” setting is too high.
    Use a battery pack with better discharge ability.
    Use a low-speed motor, or increase the gear ratio.
    Set the acceleration (punch) to the softer mode.
    Cont. / Peak Current / Resistance
    60A / 380A / 0.0008 Ohm
    Motor Type Supported
    Sensored / Sensorless Brushless Motor
    Cars Applicable
    1/10 & 1/12 On-road / Off-road / F1 / Drift car race
    Street race for fun / Club racing / Daily practice / STOCK race with 0 timing / Drift car race
    4-6 cells NiMH/2S Lipo
    ≥8.5T(1/10 On-road), ≥13.5T(1/10 Off-road) *Note 1
    8-9 cells NiMH/3S Lipo
    ≥13.5T(1/10 On-road), ≥17.5T(1/10 Off-road) *Note 1
    4-9 cells NiMH, 2-3S Lipo
    BEC Output / Operating Voltage of
    the Cooling Fan
    6V@2A, Linear Mode / 6V (The cooling fan gets its power supply from the built-in BEC)
    Dimension / Weight
    33mm(L)*28mm(W)*31.5mm(H, with cooling fan) / 59g (with wires, without cooling Fan)
    1 Turn on the transmitter, and set parameters
    (of the throttle channel) like “D/R, “EPA”,
    “ATL” to 100% (if there is no LCD display on
    the transmitter, please adjust the
    corresponding knob to its limit). Set the
    throttle trim to 0 (if there is no display, then
    adjust the knob to the neutral position). For
    and similar transmitters, set the
    throttle direction to “REV”, while the throttle
    direction of others to “NOR”. Please disable
    the built-in ABS brake function in your
    2 Hold the SET button while sliding the switch
    to the ON position, and then release the
    “SET” button the moment when the Red
    LED starts to blink. (If you don’t release the
    SET button in 3 seconds, the ESC will enter
    the program mode, in such a case, please
    switch off the ESC and re-calibrate the
    throttle range again from Step 1.)
    Refer to the picture on the left side.
    3 Set the 3 points according to pictures on the
    left side.
    The neutral point
    The end point of the forward direction
    The end point of the backward/brake
    When the process of calibration is finished, the
    motor can be started after 3 seconds
Hobbywing QUICRUN Series Sensored Brushless Speed Controller

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Especificaciones de Hobbywing QUICRUN Series Sensored Brushless Speed Controller

Marca Hobbywing
Modelo QUICRUN Series Sensored Brushless Speed Controller
Producto Juguete de radiocontrol
EAN 6938994413008
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Tipo de producto ESC
Marca compatible Hobbywing
Regulación de tiempo progresiva
Funciones de protección Dust resistant, Waterproof
Tipo de Motor Motor sin escobillas
Color del producto Negro
Compatibilidad -
Componente para Coche
Tecnología de batería Polímero de litio
Control de energía
Máxima corriente continua 60A
Corriente continua del circuido eliminador de batería (CEB) 2A
Tensión de salida del circuido eliminador de batería (CEB) 6 V
Corriente máxima admisible 360A
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 33mm
Profundidad 28mm
Altura 31.5mm
Peso 59g

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