Traxxas EVX 2

Traxxas EVX 2 manual

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  • Thank you for purchasing the Traxxas EVX-2
    electronic speed control. The EVX-2 delivers
    smooth, precise, full-proportional control over your
    speed in forward and reverse. EZ-Set® push-button
    setup, multi-color LED, and three easy-to-program
    drive profiles provide convenient, customized
    operation. Low Voltage Detection enables the
    EVX-2 to be used with LiPo batteries. The EVX-2
    comes with the peace-of-mind of the Traxxas Lifetime Electronics
    Warranty and unmatched Traxxas customer support. The EVX-2 is
    not a toy. It is a sophisticated electronic device capable of delivering
    large amounts of current. Children under 14 years of age require adult
    supervision for use of the EVX-2. If you have questions or need assistance
    call us at 1-888-TRAXXAS.
    Important Precautions
    Your EVX-2 is an extremely powerful electronic device capable of
    delivering high current. Please closely follow these precautions to prevent
    damage to the speed control or other components.
    EVX-2 General Precautions
    Disconnect the Batteries: Always disconnect the
    battery packs from the speed control when not in use.
    Transmitter on First: Switch on your transmitter
    rst before switching on the speed control to
    prevent runaways and erratic performance.
    • Don’t Get Burned: The transistor tabs and the
    heat sinks can get extremely hot, so be careful not
    to touch them until they cool. Supply adequate
    airow for cooling.
    • Always Use Heat Sinks: Three heat sinks are
    factory-installed on the speed control and must be
    used for maximum cooling and performance.
    • 6 to 14-cells; 2S to 4S LiPo Only: Always adhere
    to the minimum and maximum limitations of the
    EVX-2 as stated in the specications table. Do
    not mix battery types (NiMH or NiCad), brands or
    capacities. Use the same voltage and capacity for
    both batteries. Using mismatched battery packs
    could damage the batteries and electronic speed
    control.
    Connectors: If you decide to change the battery or motor connectors,
    only change one battery or motor connector at a time. This will prevent
    accidentally mis-wiring the speed control. If the EVX-2 is not wired exactly
    as shown in the diagram below, it can be damaged! Please note that
    modied speed controls can be subject to a rewiring fee when returned
    for service.
    • No Reverse Voltage: The speed control is not protected against reverse
    polarity voltage. When changing the battery and/or motor, be sure to
    install the same type of connectors to avoid reverse polarity damage
    to the speed control. Removing the battery connectors on the speed
    control or using the same-gender connectors on the speed control will
    void the product’s warranty.
    • Do Not Let the Transistor Tabs Touch: Never allow the three separate
    transistor banks to touch each other or any exposed metal. This will
    create a short circuit and damage the speed control. (For example, laying
    a metal tool across the heat sinks can damage the speed control.)
    EVX-2 Advanced Precautions
    • Motor Limit: EVX-2 has a 12-turn 550 modied motor limit when the
    motor is properly geared. If the motor or speed control is overheating,
    try a smaller pinion gear. Do not attempt to use a more powerful motor
    (fewer turns) than the above mentioned motor limits or you could
    experience frequent thermal shutdown.
    • Insulate the Wires: Always insulate exposed wiring with heat shrink
    tubing to prevent short circuits.
    • Use Neutrally Timed Motors: For reverse use, the motors must have
    0° timing. Modied motors (with adjustable end bells) timed to 0° or
    Johnson/ Mabuchi (closed end bell) motors are recommended. Using
    motors with other than 0° timing will draw excess current in reverse, and
    can result in the speed control overheating and premature motor wear.
    • Motor Capacitors Required: Ceramic capacitors should be properly
    installed on every motor to prevent radio interference. These are already
    installed on the factory Titan motor.
    • No Schottky Diodes: External schottky diodes are not compatible with
    reversing speed controls. Using a schottky diode with the EVX-2 will
    damage the ESC and void the 30-day warranty.
    • Note: This speed control is not intended for marine use.
    Installation
    Here are some tips for choosing a location for the speed control:
    • The EVX-2 does not use a conventional on/off switch. Pressing the EZ-Set
    button on the speed control turns it on and off. It is not necessary to
    install an on/off switch into the wiring harness.
    • Make sure there is adequate ventilation for the heat sink. If you are
    planning to operate the speed control at the higher limits of its
    capabilities, cut ventilation holes into the body for the heat sinks. Proper
    ventilation and cooling will prevent premature thermal shutdown.
    • Mount the speed control where it will be protected from crash damage.
    Protect the heat sinks from coming in contact with metal that could
    short the banks of transistors. Also protect the speed control from dirt
    and debris kicked up by the tires.
    • Mount the speed control where you will have easy access to the plugs
    and the on/off (EZ-Set) button without having to remove the body.
    Electronic Speed Control Instructions
    Covers Part #3019R
    Specifications:
    Input Voltage ............................................................................ 6 to 14-cells; 2S to 4S LiPo
    Case Size ........................................................................................2.27”W x 2.00”D x 1.05”H
    Weight (heat sinks/no heat sinks) ...............................................................4.1oz / 3.6 oz
    Motor Limit (550 Size)
    *
    .................................................................................................12-turns
    On-Resistance–Forward (@Trans)..................................................................0.004 Ohms
    On-Resistance–Reverse (@Trans) ................................................................... 0.004 Ohms
    Rated Current - Forward ........................................................................................ 180 amps
    Rated Current - Reverse ......................................................................................... 180 amps
    Braking Current.......................................................................................................... 360 amps
    Continuous Current (@100°F amb.) .................................................................... 30 Amps
    BEC Voltage ............................................................................................................. 6.0 volts DC
    BEC Current ...................................................................................................................2.5 amps
    Power Wire .......................................................................................................... 14 Gauge / 3”
    Input Harness Wire ........................................................................................26 Gauge / 9.5”
    Transistor Type .............................................................................................................. MOSFET
    PWM Frequency ...................................................................................................... 1700 Hertz
    Protection ..................................................................................................Thermal Shutdown
    Single Button Setup ...............................................................................................................Yes
    * Must be properly geared.
    Profile Selection:
    Prole #1 (Sport Mode): 100% Forward, 100% Brakes, 100% Reverse
    Prole #2 (Race Mode): 100% Forward, 100% Brakes, No Reverse
    Prole #3 (Training Mode): 50% Forward, 100% Brakes, 50% Reverse
    TRAXXAS.com
    Traxxas, 6250 Traxxas Way, McKinney, TX 75070,
    Phone: 972-549-3000, Fax: 972-549-3011, e-mail: support@Traxxas.com
    KC1991-R01 Rev 151207*U.S. Customers Only
    EVX-2 Wiring Diagram
    1500
    3600
    3800
    Brand A NiMH
    3800
    Brand A NiMH
    1500
    3600
    3800
    Brand A NiMH
    3800
    Brand A NiMH
    Do not mix battery
    capacities. Use two
    batteries with the
    same capacity.
    Use batteries that are
    exactly the same cell
    type, brand, voltage
    and capacity.
    • Mount the speed control so that none of the power components (wiring,
    motor, ESC) contacts any part of the radio system, particularly the
    antenna wire. The receiver should be mounted so the antenna wire can
    be extended as far away from the speed control as possible. The antenna
    wire should be extended vertically in the mast and not wrapped on the
    chassis under the body. Excess antenna wire should not be coiled on
    the chassis. Servo cables and the antenna wire should not cross or come
    in contact with any of the motor or battery wires. These steps will help
    reduce the possibility of radio interference.
    • Graphite or metal chassis have been known to transmit radio noise
    generated by the motor. If the receiver is to be mounted on the chassis,
    position it so the crystal and antenna are as far away from the chassis as
    possible. This may require you to mount the receiver on its side. This will
    reduce the chance of picking up radio interference from the motor.
    • When mounting the speed control with double-sided servo tape, clean
    both application surfaces thoroughly with alcohol to remove any
    grease, dirt, oil, fingerprints, etc. The surfaces must be perfectly clean for
    maximum adhesion.
    • The motors require capacitors to reduce
    the possibility of radio interference. If your
    motors are not equipped with capacitors,
    install the capacitors supplied with the EVX-2
    as shown in the diagram below.
    Transmitter Setup
    Traxxas TQ Radio Systems
    Before attempting to program your EVX-2, it is important to make
    sure your TQ transmitter is properly adjusted (set back to the factory
    defaults). Otherwise, you may not get the best performance from your
    speed control. The transmitter should be adjusted as follows:
    1. Set the throttle neutral switch to the 50/50 setting. This adjusts the
    transmitter’s throttle trigger throw to 50% for throttle and 50% for
    braking and reverse. Experienced users may wish to use the 70/30
    setting if more broad proportional control is desired in forward
    than with braking and reverse. This might be desirable in a racing
    environment where reverse is disabled.
    2. Set the throttle trim control to the middle “0” setting.
    3. Set the Channel 2 servo reversing switch to the left position. Do
    not change the position of any of the servo reversing switches after
    programming the EVX-2.
    4. You are now ready to program your speed control.
    Aftermarket (Non-Traxxas) Transmitters
    The following instructions are provided as a general reference only
    for those who are using non-Traxxas transmitters. Consult your
    transmitter’s instructions for information on how to change the settings.
    1. Set the High ATV (adjustable travel volume) or EPA (end point
    adjustment) to the maximum setting. This is the amount of servo throw
    at full throttle.
    2. Set the Low ATV, EPA or ATL (low side only trim adjustment) to the
    maximum setting. This is the amount of servo throw at full brakes
    or reverse.
    3. Set the throttle trim to the middle (neutral setting).
    4. Set the throttle channel reversing switch to either position. Do not
    change the switch position after programming.
    5. Set the trigger throw adjustment to 50% throttle and 50% brake (either
    mechanical or electronic).
    6. Set the exponential setting (if equipped) to the zero or fully
    linear setting.
    Aftermarket Receivers
    The EVX-2 is compatible with most aftermarket receivers.
    By removing the tab on the edge of the power connector,
    the EVX-2 can be plugged directly into some models of
    Futaba®, Airtronics®, Hitec®, and JR® receivers. Please refer
    to the manufacturer’s wiring diagrams that came with
    your receiver. On the EVX-2, the red wire is positive, the
    black wire is negative, and the white wire is the control wire. Warning: On
    some older Airtronics® radio systems, the positive and negative terminals
    are opposite of the EVX-2 and an adapter is required. Crossing the red (+)
    and black (-) wires could damage the receiver and the EVX-2. Study the
    manufacturer’s wiring diagrams closely, or consult your hobby dealer.
    EVX-2 Battery Setting
    (Low-Voltage Detection Setting)
    The Low-Voltage Detection circuitry constantly monitors the battery
    voltage. When the battery voltage begins to reach the minimum
    recommended discharge voltage threshold for LiPo battery packs, the
    EVX-2 will limit the power output to 50% throttle. When the battery
    voltage attempts to fall below the minimum threshold, the EVX-2 will shut
    down all motor output. The LED on the speed control will slowly blink red,
    indicating a low voltage shutdown. The EVX-2 will stay in this mode until a
    fully charged battery is connected.
    Your model includes a Power Cell NiMH battery. The EVX-2 speed control’s
    Low Voltage Detection has been disabled for best performance with
    this battery. The speed control’s LED will glow red when it is turned on,
    indicating Low Voltage Detection is disabled. Be certain to activate Low-
    Voltage Detection if you install LiPo batteries in your model. Never use
    LiPo batteries while Low-Voltage Detection is disabled.
    Verify that Low-Voltage Detection is DISABLED:
    1. Turn on the transmitter (with the throttle at neutral).
    2. Connect a fully charged battery
    pack to the EVX-2.
    3. Press and release the EZ-Set button
    to turn the EVX-2 on. If the LED is
    solid red, then the Low-Voltage
    Detection is DISABLED (not safe to
    use LiPo batteries). If the LED is solid green, then Low-Voltage Detection
    is ACTIVATED.
    To activate Low-Voltage Detection (LiPo setting):
    1. Make sure the LED on the EVX-2 is on and shines red.
    2. Press and hold the EZ-Set® button
    (the LED will turn off) (A). After
    ten seconds, the motor will beep
    twice and the LED will shine green.
    Release the button (B).
    3. Low-Voltage Detection is now
    ACTIVATED.
    To disable Low-Voltage Detection (NiMH setting):
    1. Make sure the LED on the EVX-2 is on and shines green.
    2. Press and hold the EZ-Set® button
    (the LED will turn off) (A). After ten
    seconds, the motor will beep three
    times and the LED will shine red.
    Release the button (B).
    3. Low-Voltage Detection is now
    DISABLED.
    Setup Programming
    (Calibrating your ESC and transmitter)
    Read through all of the following programming steps before you begin.
    If you get lost during programming or receive unexpected results, simply
    unplug the battery, wait a few seconds, plug the battery
    back in, and start over.
    1. Disconnect each of the motor wires between the
    EVX-2 and the motors. This is a precaution to prevent
    runaway when the speed control is turned on before it
    is programmed.
    2. Connect two fully charged battery
    packs to the EVX-2.
    3. Turn on the transmitter (with the
    throttle at neutral).
    4. Press and hold the EZ-Set button (A).
    The LED will first turn green and then
    red. Release the EZ-Set button.
    5. When the LED blinks RED ONCE. Pull
    the throttle trigger to the full throttle
    position and hold it there (B).
    6. When the LED blinks RED TWICE.
    Push the throttle trigger to the full
    reverse and hold it there (C).
    7. When the LED turns solid, programming is complete.
    The LED will continuously shine red (Low-Voltage
    Detection disabled) or green (Low-Voltage Detection
    activated) indicating the EVX-2 is on and at neutral (D).
    Green then Red
    Once Red
    Twice Red
    Solid
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    Green Light: LVD Activated
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    Green LED: Hold 10 seconds 3 Beeps: LED shines red
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Especificaciones de Traxxas EVX 2

El dispositivo compacto que desea sin necesidad de sacrificar la duración de la batería. La batería de polímero de litio...
General
Marca Traxxas
Modelo EVX 2
Producto Juguete de radiocontrol
Idioma Engels
Tipo de archivo PDF
Características
Tipo de producto ESC
Marca compatible Traxxas
Componente para Camión
Compatibilidad E-Maxx 1/10 4WD, E-Revo, Summit
Rotaciones del motor 12
Funciones de protección Resistente al agua
Color del producto Azul
Número máximo de celdas de la batería compatible 14
Resistencia interna 0.004 Ω
Protección térmica Si
Control de energía
Máxima corriente continua 30 A
Máxima corriente 180 A
Tensión de salida del circuido eliminador de batería (CEB) 6 V
Corriente continua del circuido eliminador de batería (CEB) 2.5 A
Batería
Tecnología de batería Polímero de litio
Voltaje de la pila 16.8 V
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 57.6 mm
Profundidad 50.8 mm
Altura 26.67 mm
Peso 102 g
Contenido del embalaje
Cantidad 1

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