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Richardmid1

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So you are recommending to ignore max settings recommended by a team of engineers that designed the product?
Yes.

You can go as high as you like, 100% throttle is 100% throttle and the throttle % they give is what the system will TRY to put out NEAR THE END OF A FLIGHT. As long as you stay below say 105% on THEIR throttle output scale it will govern fine albeit a slight drop in rpm at the end of the flight which you probably won't notice. It is far more efficient that way. The way they have you gear your heli is way overboard, most people already know this. Try it yourself before replying.

Yes if you want zero drop in HS right to the end of a flight even when pushing hard by all means over gear your heli but your going to kill packs, heat up ESC's drastically and loose flight time.

60% of the time, it works every time!

04-21-2017 03:22 PM
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EEngineer

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"when sized properly"

Sometimes it's hard to find a MOSFET like that.

Depends on cost whether what's used.

What I like about active freewheeling ESCs(like a Kontronik) is that one doesn't have to know the motor freq......the ESC has the ability to determine the ideal timing for the motor.

Neat stuff.....

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04-21-2017 06:14 PM
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AirWolfRC

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Freewheeling ? - - let me see a schematic and I'll tell you what it is.

Motor frequency needs to be known, otherwise how is the ESC suppose to know when to turn on the phases ? Controllers without hall position sensors use position sensing through the power leads.

04-21-2017 09:24 PM
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EEngineer

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"Freewheeling "

Just part of the system...yes sensors are needed to measure the back EMF for motor timing, etc.

Don't have a Kon schematic....

Show me yours....and we can talk about it...

Maybe on a different thread, though...

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