Hobbywing XRotor 15A

Hobbywing XRotor 15A manual

    User Guide
    Normal Start-up Process and Protections
    Trouble shooting
    Model Con. Current
    Peak Current (10s)
    Programmable item
    (Not Accessible in “One Shot” Mode)
    Timing (Medium/High)
    47x17x8.3 mm
    Applications (For reference
    250/300 Class (Multi-rotors)
    XRotor 15A
    Motor Wiring
    Throttle Range Calibration
    ESC Programming
    Connect the receiver to the battery, ensure
    the transmitter and receiver are well
    bound, and then turn on the ESC.
    After the motor emits two short
    “Beep-beep”, move the throttle stick
    to the bottom position in 3 seconds.
    Throttle Calibration
    This is an extremely powerful brushless motor
    system. We strongly recommend removing your
    propellers for your own safety and the safety of
    those around you before performing calibration
    and programming functions with this system.
    Turn on the transmitter,
    move the throttle stick
    to the top position.
    For 250 or 300 class multi-rotors, we recommend using 1806 size or 2204 size motors and 5 inch or 6 inch propellers. (Because bigger propellers or motors may cause the ESCs to get burnt because
    of overload, so users need to take the risk themselves if they persist in using propellers or motors beyond our recommendation.).
    Users cannot change the signal-receiving mode during the powering up process and the flight. If necessary, they need to change the mode on the flight controller (on the condition that the flight
    controller has the “One Shot” signal-receiving mode), after that, disconnect the battery and then re-connect the pack, then the ESC will complete the mode change (the ESC will automatically
    re-detect the type of the input throttle signals and then execute the corresponding signal-receiving mode).
    Connect the receiver to the
    battery and ensure the transmitter
    and receiver are well bound, and
    then power on the ESC.
    The motor will
    beep different
    tones circularly.
    “Beep-beep-”Throttle Calibration; “Beep-beep-beep-” Intermediate
    Timing; “Beep-beep-beep-beep-” High Timing; If the throttle stick is
    moved to the bottom position 3 seconds after you hear the
    corresponding beeps, then the programming of that item is complete.
    Turn on the
    transmitter, and then
    move the throttle stick
    to the top position.
    is completed;
    and the ESC is
    ready to go.
    Generally speaking, intermediate timing is applicable to most motors and it brings higher efficiency but less heat to the motors and speed controllers. High timing can increase the RPM of the
    motor, but it also increases the motor temperature. Please perform a test flight on the ground and ensure everything is functioning properly first, then fly your aircraft into the sky.
    Start-up Protection: The ESC will shut down the motor if it fails to start the motor normally within 2 seconds by increasing the throttle value. In this case, you need to move the transmitter throttle stick back to the
    bottom position and restart the motor. (Possible causes of this problem: poor connection/ disconnection between the ESC and motor wires, propellers are blocked, etc.)
    Over-load Protection: The ESC will cut off the power/output when the load suddenly increases to a very high value. Normal operation will not resume until the throttle stick is moved back to the neutral position.
    The ESC will automatically attempt to restart when the motor and the ESC are out of sync.
    Throttle Signal Loss Protection: When the ESC detects loss of signal for over 0.25 second, it will cut off the output immediately to avoid an even greater loss which may be caused by the continuous high-speed
    rotation of propellers or rotor blades. The ESC will resume the corresponding output after normal signals are received.
    Throttle Calibration & ESC Programming
    After it’s connected to the flight system, the ESC will automatically detect the input throttle signals every time it’s powered on and then execute the corresponding signal-receiving mode.
    Users can calibrate the throttle range and change the timing advance in “Regular” signal-receiving mode but cannot do either in “One Shot” signal-receiving mode.
    In “Regular” signal-receiving mode, users need to calibrate the throttle range when they start to use a new XRotor brushless ESC or another transmitter.
    Users can change the timing advance when some abnormality occurs in ESC driving the disc-type motor or need the motor to reach a higher RPM. (Note: Medium/Intermediate Timing is the default setting.)
    Turn on the transmitter and move the
    throttle stick to the bottom position.
    The motor will emit a long “beep —“1 second after the system is connected to the battery indicating the ESC is armed and the multi-rotor is ready to go.
    The ESC was unable
    to start the motor.
    The ESC was unable
    to start the motor.
    The ESC was unable
    to start the motor.
    Warning Tone
    “Beep beep beep…”
    (The motor beeps rapidly)
    “Beep, beep, beep......”
    (Time interval is 2 second)
    “Beep beep beep…”
    (The motor beeps rapidly)
    Possible Cause
    The throttle stick is not at the bottom position.
    No output signal from the throttle channel on
    the receiver.
    The entire throttle range is too narrow
    (It’s requested that the entire throttle range cannot
    narrower than 3 lines when designing an ESC.)
    Move the throttle stick to the bottom position or recalibrate the throttle range.
    Check if the transmitter and receiver are well bound;
    Check if the throttle wire has been properly plugged into the throttle channel on the receiver.
    Refer to the transmitter vendor instructions and adjust the entire range of the throttle channel
    or re-calibrate the throttle range.
    XRotor 15A
    Brushless Electronic Speed Controller
    Electronic Speed Controller
    Special core program for multi-rotor controllers meets various functional requirements against multi-rotors.
    • Specially optimized software for excellent compatibility with disc-type motors.
    • DEO (Driving Efficiency Optimization) technology significantly reduces the ESC temperature,
    improves the throttle response, and strengthens the stability and flexibility of multi-rotors. This ESC
    is quite suitable for QAVs. (The motors slow down rapidly, especially when reducing the throttle amount.)
    • Compatible with “Regular” signal-receiving mode (that is the ESC can receive regular throttle
    signals range from 1100µs to1940µs) and “One Shot” signal-receiving mode (that is the ESC can
    receive fixed throttle signals range from 125µs to250µs).
    • The twisted-pair design of the throttle signal cable effectively reduces the crosstalk produced in
    signal transmission and makes flight more stable.
    • In “Regular” signal-receiving mode, the ESC is compatible with various flight-controllers and
    supports a signal frequency of up to 500Hz.
    Thank you for purchasing this HOBBYWING product! Brushless power systems can be
    very dangerous. Any improper use may cause personal injury and damage to the
    product and related devices. We strongly recommend reading through this user
    manual before use. Because we have no control over the use, installation, or
    maintenance of this product, no liability may be assumed for any damage or losses
    resulting from the use of the product. We do not assume responsibility for any losses
    caused by unauthorized modifications to our product.
    We, HOBBYWING, are only responsible for our product cost and nothing else as
    result of using our product.
Hobbywing XRotor 15A

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Especificaciones de Hobbywing XRotor 15A

Marca Hobbywing
Modelo XRotor 15A
Producto Juguete de radiocontrol
EAN 6938994414357
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Tipo de producto Controlador de velocidad
Marca compatible Hobbywing
Componente para Cuadricóptero
Compatibilidad 250/300 Class Multirotors
Color del producto Black,Green
AWG calibre del cable 20
Tipo de conector 2mm
Control de energía
Máxima corriente 20 A
Tecnología de batería Polímero de litio
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 47 mm
Profundidad 17 mm
Altura 8.3 mm
Peso 10.5 g

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