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Author Topic: Phoenix Edge 75 Lite Programming Questions  (Read 2093 times)

Offline Vincent Judd

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Phoenix Edge 75 Lite Programming Questions
« on: July 30, 2013, 07:09:20 PM »
As everyone probably knows by now, CC no longer offers the Ice Lite ESC's.  Their latest and greatest is now called the Edge.  I just got one to go along with my E Flite 32 that I installed in my SV-11.  

Here are my settings, please let me know if anything looks out of place:

Vehicle Type :Control line
Throttle Type:  Governor mode
Governor: High
Governor Gain:  Medium (25)  
Initial Spool up Rate High 8    
Head Speed Change Rate  High 8  
Battery Pack Voltage  18.5  
No gearing/Direct Drive
kV of motor 770  
Magnetic Poles in motor (14)  
Desired Head Speeds  (Set with my Hubin FM-9)  Will reprogram once I see what my lap times are
Brake Strength   100% (Hard)
Brake delay  0.6
Brake ramp  Medium  

Cutoff voltage  (Auto Lipo)
Auto Lipo volts per cell (3.2)  
Voltage cut off/type:  Hard cutoff
Current limiting (Very sensitive 75A)
Current Cut off type:  Hard cutoff

Motor start power:  Medium (59)  
Motor timing:  Custom 4
Direction:  Reverse  
PWM Rate 8    
Power on Beep:  Enabled
BEC Voltage:  5.0V
Link Live Enable:  Disabled
Auxiliary Wire Mode:  Disabled  
Data Logging:  2/sec  Battery voltage, currrent, controller temp/ throttle, motor RPM

Take care and thanks.

Vince





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Offline jim welch

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Re: Phoenix Edge 75 Lite Programming Questions
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2013, 08:08:52 PM »
Vince see the other thread above this one....jim
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Re: Phoenix Edge 75 Lite Programming Questions
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2013, 07:26:10 PM »
Jim, thanks for the reminder.  I read and reread Norm's cookbook last year when I tried to program my Ice Lite 50 and found it extremely helpful.  I should have taken the time to read it again this year, but I was in a hurry.  Many of my initial questions would have been answered.   Still have some questions about various settings, but I now have many of them figured out thanks to the cookbook and the information contained in it.   


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