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02-09-2006 04:13 PM  12 years agoPost 1
cadwarrior

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HI,

can I set my governor in normal mode with a standard curve?,

0, 40, 65, 85, 100

and my idle up1 to : 90, 90, 90, 90, 90

someone told me that in normal mode I must set the throttle curve like that: 0, 90, 90, 90, 90, to make the smooth transition between normal mode and idle up1. So this guys only make 3D, so this setting is great, but for me if I want to be able to make a smooth hoover and normal flight, the 90% throttle in normal mode is really too high and drain the battery much faster.

So can I still use a normal curve for normal mode when my esc is set to governor mode?, or it will makes bugs?,

for 3D it is better in governor mode or a 3 point curve, like 100, 80, 100?

thanks!

Vincent

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02-09-2006 05:23 PM  12 years agoPost 2
lbowen

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York S. Carolina-USA

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Your 0 the 40 mode will risk telling the ESC to "unspool" as you bring back throttle/collective and that could lead to some wild changes in altitude and put a draw on the battery each time you up the power and that is a waste of current - Which ESC are you using? I have CC35 and Kontronik - they sure work differently for governor and as others say the REALLY SOFT spool on the Kontronik is a potential problem - I avoid it by only using idle up - 0,90,90 ( only 3 curve points in my DX6). I use pit/throttle curves with my CC35 and they work GREAT.

lbowen

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