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11-01-2004 08:26 PM  13 years agoPost 1
MOZZER

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St. Peters Missouri

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Hi, I am currently assembling what parts I do have for the Logo 10 3D. When reading ahead on some of the instruction manuals, the Schulze Future 32.40K ESC manual, I find confusing. This is the first time I have had anything other than the Hacker ESC, with built in BEC. There are so many options to choose from that I don't know where to start. If anyone has any info on what they programmed in their Schulze, pictures or opinions of installation, I'd appreciate your input.
C50-15 Hacker motor
will be 13T
SBEC
getting lipo battery before it will be flown
Thanks, Steve

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11-01-2004 08:46 PM  13 years agoPost 2
raytor

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Southern US

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Hi Steve:
With a setup similar to yours, the following worked well for me with that ESC:
Set DIP switches as follows:

1 off
2 on
3 on
4 off/on
5 on
6 off

NOTE: you should try your spool up with #4 off and if you don't get enough RPM then try #4 on. I had to turn it to on.

You will find the spool up very slow and smooth with the Schulze, in fact so slow, some think there is something wrong. BTW, this is gov mode, IF you want to set throttle curve, set #3 off.
Also, watch your input lead length, including the wires inside your Lipos. If it's too long(>7cm) you need to add supressors.
Good luck
R

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11-01-2004 09:50 PM  13 years agoPost 3
SBK

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NE Ohio

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Hi, Steve,

Look at this link:, especially the last few postings in that page:

http://www.logoheli.com/LOGObb/view...ght=schulze+dip

I had to turn #4 on too to get adequate RPM, but as Raytor had pointed out, start with this switch "off".

The manual is a little bit confusing, but if you go to the section for "Helicopter", you can more or less follow the instructions there. Look at the Schulze Manual section 8.8.3.

Just to add to Raytor's comments ---

DIP switch settings for Helicopters:

#1 = 0
#2 = 1
---- these two settings set the ESC for "helicopter"
#3 = 1
---- "1" for Gov mode; "0" for normal (non-Gov) mode
#4 ---- start with "0", if not achieving RPM, then use "1"
#5 ---- "1" = Timing 3, Soft timiing, for Hacker -- see manual sect. 8.4
#6 ---- either "0" or "1", whichever cause less heat with the motor.

Hope this helps.

SBK

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11-01-2004 10:19 PM  13 years agoPost 4
thangd

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Sparks, NV

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You don't really need to run it on Gov mode. The ESC work better in normal mode.
1=off
2=on
3=off
4=off
5=on
6=off

The trick is to program your throttle curve:
In normal 0,25,65,80,100
In Idle up 100, 90,80,90,100

Thang

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11-02-2004 04:36 PM  13 years agoPost 5
MOZZER

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St. Peters Missouri

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thanks
Hey, Raytor, SBK, & Thang, thanks for the info--I printed it out so I'll have reference when I need it. SBK, yep, there is a lot of useful info on that thread you sent me. Now, I'm gonna go to search and get some opinions on any tips that may help me with connector's or soldering the ESC to the motor. Any other info is appreciated, thanks Steve.

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11-02-2004 05:35 PM  13 years agoPost 6
SBK

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NE Ohio

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Check the Schulze website and look at their manuals -- it tells you how to solder the leads for connections.

You can certainly solder the ESC directly to the motor, but it would be easier to assemble -re-assemble if you solder the connectors to the ESC and Motor respectively, so you can take them apart for service. I use the 3.5mm gold bullet connectors.

I believe Schulze ESC has already three male connectors, plugged in its three leads. If so, then just pull the male connectors out and solder them onto the motor leads. Remove the "cage" on the male connectors before you do the soldering, so the "cage" can retain their flexibility.

SBK

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