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Author Topic: Need settings for EFlight Power 32, 2700/5S battery and ICE Lite 75 ESC  (Read 3581 times)

Offline Randy Powell

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So, this is the setup I ended up with but have no idea what settings to use.
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controline
governor mode
governor high
governor gain 25
spool up rate 8
head speed change rate 8
battery type lipo
number of cells 5
battery voltage 18.5
gear ratio 1.000
motor kv 770
poles 14
head speed 1 9920
speed 2 9722
speed 3 9625
brake strenght 100% hard
brake delay .8s
brake ramp immediate
cut off voltage auto lipo
volts per cell 3.2 cell
voltage cut off hard cutoff
current limiting 75a very sensitive
current cut off type hard cutoff
motor start power custom 75.26984
motor timing custom 4
direction reverse
pwm rate 8khz
power on beet enabled
bec voltage 5.0
data log enabled 1
sample frequency 10 sample/sec


13x6.5 apc pusher, 5.1 lap times on 63.0 lines x 64.0 0z e32 sv type airplane.....
37 flights and real smooth.  ice lite 75,fm9 hubin,thunder power 2700 mah 65c 5s battery..
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That's the set up I'm going to use too...
Gee, I think I'm about to have a lot of fun...
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Thanks. Just wanted a starting point.
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Randy you are welcome and that is a tried and true set up on my p60/t rex/p40/and
e32......many flight your mileage may vary H^^   jimmy
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Do use the programing card or the laptop to set your ESC?
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Marcus  i use the castle link cable on the home computer to program and have it in my lap top at the field but havent had to change at the field....fm 9 timer i use my program box from hubin for rpm flight time changes at the field.....jimmy
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controline
governor mode
governor high
governor gain 25
spool up rate 8
head speed change rate 8
battery type lipo
number of cells 5
battery voltage 18.5
gear ratio 1.000
motor kv 770
poles 14
head speed 1 9920
speed 2 9722
speed 3 9625
brake strenght 100% hard
brake delay .8s
brake ramp immediate
cut off voltage auto lipo
volts per cell 3.2 cell
voltage cut off hard cutoff
current limiting 75a very sensitive
current cut off type hard cutoff
motor start power custom 75.26984
motor timing custom 4
direction reverse
pwm rate 8khz
power on beet enabled
bec voltage 5.0
data log enabled 1
sample frequency 10 sample/sec


13x6.5 apc pusher, 5.1 lap times on 63.0 lines x 64.0 0z e32 sv type airplane.....
37 flights and real smooth.  ice lite 75,fm9 hubin,thunder power 2700 mah 65c 5s battery..

I hope someone can clear this up for me.  I'm in the process of programming my ESC for my E Flite 32, however, in the literature that came with my motor it clearly states "slotted 12-pole outrunner design".  Jim's setup here says 14 poles. Could there be a reason for the difference in the number of poles between his motor and mine?   Or am I misinterpreting the data as stated?  From what I've read in these threads, if you put in the wrong number of poles, it will definitely affect the way your motor will perform.

Thanks

Vince

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Vince...your motor is 14 poles as all e32's are ...it makes all the difference in the world with your programing..choosing the three rpm's gives something to govern to the esc even though the hubin programmer will give you the high setting for lap times ...most all of the settings relate to how fast the esc reacts to the load to control rpm and braking such as the wing over going up hill versus down and reactions to wind on one side of the circle versus lap speed.hope this makes sense....jim
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Jim, thanks.  I'm not sure why the literature that came with my motor says 12 poles, but it is definitely a 14 pole motor.  I went to the Horizon Hobby website just to double check and there it is in black and white.

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