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Tom French

Heliman

Heathrow Florida

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Can I connect the 3 wires from the ESC to the motor, and then connect the battery to the ESC, without a FBL/RX and it chime.?

or will that not be good.?

Thanks

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12-13-2016 12:34 AM
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ssmith512

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Indianapolis, IN USA

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I think most ESC's will not arm if they dont see a low throttle signal from the radio immediately upon powering up.

Steve

12-13-2016 12:41 AM
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coptercptn

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Mesa AZ. USA

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You need a throttle signal to tell the esc what to do..it may do nothing..or it may go to wide open throttle!!!

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12-13-2016 12:53 AM
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Keygrigger

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Mississauga, Ont. Canada

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If you have a servo tester, you can connect the motor and ESC, then connect your throttle lead to the tester. You can now power up the ESC and the ESC should see a low throttle position once you have determined which direction gives the low signal. The ESC will not arm unless you have the tester giving a low signal. If you have met the low signal condition, the chimes will happen through the motor as per normal. Attach the motor to a mount if you intend to do more than test the effectiveness of the connections. Hope this helps.

Don

12-13-2016 01:24 AM
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Jerry K

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Houston Area

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Remember, hi throttle places most ESC's in program mode then moving the sticks (can) alter the programing

Avoid the 'default' settings in life, Fat Dumb and Poor!!!

12-13-2016 02:17 AM
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