Hobbywing XRotor micro 35A BLHeli

Hobbywing XRotor micro 35A BLHeli manual

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    Programmable Items
    F396 chip for great performance , 48MHz .
    BLHeli open-source program implemented in the ESC supports all BLHeli functions like ESC programming and firmware upgrade via the throttle control signal cable.
    Small size combined with light weight for easy installation.
    Compatible with “Regular” signal-receiving mode and “OneShot” signal-receiving mode (that is the ESC can receive fixed throttle signals range from 125µs~250µs).
    The twisted-pair design of the throttle signal cable effectively reduces the crosstalk produced in signal transmission and makes flight more stable.
    Compatible with various flight-controllers and supports a signal frequency of up to 500Hz in “Regular”signal-receiving mode.
    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.
    Read through the manuals of all power devices and aircraft and ensure the power configuration is rational before using this unit, as incorrect configuration may cause the ESC to overload
    and be damaged.
    Ensure all wires and connections must be well insulated before connecting the ESC to related devices, as short circuit will damage your ESC. And ensure all devices are well connected,
    (please use a soldering iron with enough power to solder all input/output wires and connectors if necessary,) as poor connection may cause your aircraft to lose control or other
    unpredictable issues such as damage to the device.
    Do not use this unit in the extremely hot weather or continue to use it when it gets really hot (around 105/221). Because high temperature will cause the ESC to work abnormally or
    even damage it.
    Users must always disconnect the batteries after use as the current on the ESC is consuming continuously if it`s connected to the batteries (even if the ESC is turned off). The battery will
    completely be discharged and may result in damage to the battery or ESC when it is connected for a long period of time. This will not be covered under warranty.
    IMPORTANT
    Throttle Range Calibration
    3
    Once
    1. Power up:
    Once
    2. Throttle up detected
    (arming sequence start):
    Once
    7. Throttle calibration is finished:
    While
    measuring
    3. Zero throttle detected (arming sequence end):
    Once
    1. Power up:
    Once
    2. Throttle up detected
    (arming sequence start):
    While
    measuring
    3. Zero throttle detected (arming sequence end):
    While
    measuring
    5. When throttle is below midstick (measuring min throttle):
    Once
    4. If throttle is above midstick for 3 seconds:
    This beep sequence indicates that max throttle has been stored
    Attention!
    . This operation is only applicable to
    code revision 14.4 and later.
    . There is no such beep sequence for
    prior code revisions. Users need to
    disconnect the battery from the ESC,
    and then reconnect it to the ESC.
    Once
    6. If throttle is below midstick for 3 seconds
    This beep sequence indicates that min throttle has been stored This beep sequence indicates the throttle
    calibration is finished, and the ESC is ready to go.
    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.
    ESC Programming
    4
    While
    measuring
    5. When throttle is below midstick (measuring min throttle):
    Once
    4. If throttle is above midstick for 3 seconds:
    This beep sequence indicates that max throttle has been stored
    Once
    Once
    7. Full throttle detected after the throttle stick is moved to the top position:
    This beep sequence indicates that programming mode is entered.
    Enter
    programming
    mode
    Once
    6. If throttle is below midstick for 3 seconds
    This beep sequence indicates that min throttle has been stored
    Once
    8. Beeps - Programming mode"
    Function 1, parameter value 1
    Once
    Function 1, parameter value 2
    Once
    Function 2, parameter value 1
    Parameter value stored
    ...etc...
    If the throttle stick is moved to zero during one of the above sequences,
    the parameter value of that function is selected and stored. And you will hear this sound:
    The ESC then resets itself.
    IMPORTANT
    Illustration
    Long beep
    Short beep
    Maximum Volume
    Minimum Volume
    It will be more convenient if users adjust
    parameters via BLHeli Suite (configuration
    software).
    Model
    XRotor micro 20A BLHeli
    XRotor micro 30A BLHeli
    XRotor micro 35A BLHeli
    Cont. Current
    20A
    30A
    35A
    Peak Current (10sec)
    30A
    40A
    50A
    BEC
    No
    No
    No
    LiPo
    2-4S
    2-4S
    3-6S
    Weight
    6.8g
    6.8g
    9.5g
    Size
    24.0 x 13.9 x 5.5 mm
    24.0 x 13.9 x 5.5 mm
    36.5 x 16.7 x 5.5 mm
    Motor Wiring
    1
    Normal Start-up Process
    2
    Once
    1. Power up:
    Once
    2. Throttle up detected
    (arming sequence start):
    Once
    3. Zero throttle detected
    (arming sequence end):
    4. After this, the motor will run.
    OK
    UBEC
    Motor
    Receiver
    Battery
    Electronic
    Speed
    Controller
    (Those “gray background and black text” options are the factory default settings.)
    *: Only enabled for some ESCs. From code rev 14.4, damped light is default on the ESCs that support it. For prior code revisions, high is default.
    **: Default startup power varies by ESC. Generally the default power is lower for larger ESCs.
    If for some reason there is an error in the eeprom/flash write operation (e.g. due to loss of power or low voltage), defaults will be loaded.
    1. Closed Loop P Gain: it sets the proportional gain for the rpm control loop.
    This setting controls the gain from speed error to motor power.
    2. Closed Loop I Gain: it sets the integral gain for the rpm control loop.
    This setting controls the gain from integrated speed error (summed over time) to motor power.
    3. Closed Loop Mode: it sets the range of speeds that the control loop can operate on.
    For the high range, throttle values from 0% to 100% linearly correspond to rpm targets from 0 to 200000 electrical rpm.
    For the middle range, throttle values from 0% to 100% linearly correspond to rpm targets from 0 to 100000 electrical rpm.
    For the low range, throttle values from 0% to 100% linearly correspond to rpm targets from 0 to 50000 electrical rpm.
    When closed loop mode is set to Off, the control loop is disabled.
    4. Multi Gain: it scales the power applied to the motor for a given input.
    Note that this is only for PWM input, for PPM input it has no effect. Beware that a low multi gain will also limit the maximum power to the motor.
    5. Startup Power: it is always done with the direct startup method, which runs the motor using back emf detection from the very start.
    In this mode power is given by the throttle used, but limited to a maximum level. This maximum level can be controlled with the startup power parameters. Beware that setting startup
    power too high can cause excessive loading on ESC or motor.
    6. Commutation Timing: it can be adjusted in five steps.
    Low is about 0°, mediumlow 8°, medium 15°, mediumhigh 23° and high 30°.
    Typically a medium setting will work fine, but if the motor stutters it can be beneficial to change the timing.
    7. PWM Frequency
    High pwm frequency is around 20kHz, and low pwm frequency is around 8kHz.
    Pwm damped light mode: it adds loss to the motor for faster retardation and it always uses high pwm frequency. It is only supported on some ESCs where fet switching is sufficiently fast.
    8. PWM Dither: it’s a parameter that adds some variation to the motor pwm off cycle length. This can reduce problems (like throttle steps or vibration) in rpm regions where the pwm
    frequency is equal to harmonics of the motor commutation frequency, and it can reduce the step to full throttle. It is primarily beneficial when running damped light mode, Dither is not
    applied in closed loop mode.
    9. Demag Compensation: it’s a feature to protect from motor stalls caused by long winding demagnetization time after commutation. The typical symptom is motor stop or stutter upo quick
    throttle increase, particularly when running at a low rpm. As described earlier, setting high commutation timing normally helps, but at the cost of efficiency.
    Generally, a higher value of the compensation parameter gives better protection.
    If demag compensation is set too high, maximum power can be somewhat reduced.
    10. Rotation Direction: it can be used to reverse motor rotation.
    11. Input PWM Polarity: it can be used to inverse the throttle behavior and it’s intended to be used with receivers that provide negative pwm (at least some Walkeras do).
    When using PPM input it must be set to positive.
    Programming parameters that can only be accessed from configuration software (BLHeliSuite):
    Throttle minimum and maximum values for PPM input (will also be changed by doing a throttle calibration).
    Throttle center value for bidirectional operation with PPM.
    Beep strength, beacon strength and beacon delay.
    Programming by TX. If disabled, the TX can not be used to change parameter values (default is enabled).
    Thermal protection can be enabled or disabled (default is enabled).
    (The motor power will be reduced to 75% when its temperature exceeds 140; the power will be reduced to 50% when the temperature is above 145; the power will be reduced to 25%
    when the temperature goes above 150; and the pwoer will be reduced to 0% if the temperature exceeds 155.)
    PWM input can be enabled and disabled (default is disabled). If disabled, only 1-2ms PPM and 125-250µs OneShot125 are accepted as valid input singals. Set to disabled if using OneShot125
    with looptimes below 1100.
    Power limiting for low RPMs can be enabled or disabled (default is enabled). Disabling it can be necessary in order to achieve full power on some low KV motors running on a low supply
    voltage. However, disabling it increases the risk of toasting motor or ESC.
    Closed loop P gain
    Closed loop I gain
    Closed loop mode
    Multi gain
    Startup power**
    Commutation timing
    Pwm frequency
    Pwm dither
    Demag compensation
    Rotation direction
    Input pwm polarity
    1
    0.13
    0.13
    HiRange
    0.75
    0.031
    Low
    High
    Off
    Off
    Normal
    Positive
    2
    0.17
    0.17
    MidRange
    0.88
    0.047
    MediumLow
    Low
    7
    Low
    Reversed
    Negative
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    Function
    3
    0.25
    0.25
    LoRange
    1.00
    0.063
    Medium
    DampedLight*
    15
    High
    Bidirectional
    4
    0.38
    0.38
    Off
    1.12
    0.094
    MediumHigh
    31
    5
    0.50
    0.50
    1.25
    0.125
    High
    63
    6
    0.75
    0.75
    0.188
    7
    1.00
    1.00
    0.25
    8
    1.5
    1.5
    0.38
    9
    2.0
    2.0
    0.50
    10
    3.0
    3.0
    0.75
    11
    4.0
    4.0
    1.00
    12
    6.0
    6.0
    1.25
    13
    8.0
    8.0
    1.50
    BLHeli official websitehttps://github.com/bitdump/BLHeli
    BLHeliSuit downloadhttps://www.mediafire.com/folder/dx6kfaasyo24l/BLHeliSuite
    This BLHeli ESC FirmwareXRotor 20AMultiBLHeli Rev14.4
    02
    Warnings
    03
    Features
    04
    Specifications
    05
    User Guide
    CAUTIONS
    ATTENTION
    01
    Introduction
    USER MANUAL
    Multi-Rotor
    XRotor micro 20A/30A/35A BLHeli
    Brushless Electronic Speed Controller
    If the throttle stick is moved below max (but not to zero), the current parameter will be
    skipped, and programming will proceed to the next parameter. This way it is possible to
    access the later parameters without going through all the beeps.
    It is generally a good idea to go to full throttle again before selecting a parameter, to
    make sure you have selected the right parameter.
    Throttle is read in the 1 second pause between the function/parameter beeps.
    If the throttle stick is never moved to zero, the ESC will load the defaults and then reset
    itself after the last parameter value of the last function. This is a convenient way of
    setting all parameters to defaults.
    If power is disconnected during the programming sequence, then no changes are done to
    the programmed values.
    20161227
Hobbywing XRotor micro 35A BLHeli

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Especificaciones de Hobbywing XRotor micro 35A BLHeli

General
Marca Hobbywing
Modelo XRotor micro 35A BLHeli
Producto Juguete de radiocontrol
EAN 6938994414609
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Características
Tipo de producto Controlador de velocidad
Marca compatible Hobbywing
Componente para Cuadricóptero
Compatibilidad -
Color del producto Negro
AWG calibre del cable 20
Control de energía
Máxima corriente 50A
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 24mm
Profundidad 13.9mm
Altura 5.5mm
Peso 7g
Batería
Tecnología de batería Polímero de litio

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