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  • ESC YEP program card AU NZ USA
  • ESC YEP program card AU NZ USA

ESC YEP program card

$8.90
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Product Description

this card is used to program "functions" on the YEP ESC's

Features / Programming Options:

  • • Active free-wheeling circuit mode: Freew. off/Freew. on
    • Govenor mode: Gov. off/Gov. store/Gov./fast Gov.
    • Govenor mode P-gain: 0.7/0.9/1.2/1.4/1.6/1.9
    • Govenor mode I-gain: 0.02/0.03/0.05/0.06/0.08/0.09
    • Startup speed: Heli slow/Heli middle/Heli fast/Plane slow/Plane middle/Plane fast
    • PWM frequency: 8kHz/9kHz/10kHz/12kHz/14kHz/16kHz
    • Start-up power: Auto 1~32%/2%/4%/8%/16%/32%
    • Motor timing: 0°/6°/12°/18°/24°/30°
    • Brake: off/Acro/Acro hard/smooth/middle/hard
    • Cut-off type: off/slow down/cut-off/NiMh/LiFe/LiPo
    • Cut-off voltage (LiFe mode): 2.2/2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/2.7
    • Cut-off voltage (LiPo mode): 2.9/3.0/3.1/3.2/3.3/3.4
    • Cells: 4/5/6/7/8/9
    • Cells: 10/11/12/13/14/15
    • Special functions: Beep short/Rev./Stop/Full speed/F3A brake/Auto timing

     

    This programming card is suitable for YEP and RotorStar ESCs.


  • YEP Program card instructions ; 
  1. there are 2 pages ; for page one (top flap) the left LED will be solid ; for Page 2 "flap" the left LED must blink fast
  2. To change between page 1 or page 2 -> press both top & bottom left buttons together
  3. After each setting is changed press ENTER
  4. We highly recommend you use ACTIVE FREEWHEEL = ON,  for fixed wing ops as it will increase endurance at cruise speeds
  5. YEP come std for heli with govenor on ; so for fixed wing you need to make quite a lot of changes

FULL YEP ESC programming card manual.

There are two ways to connect to the Esc. Depending If the Esc is opto or Ubec and if the 'special functions' are needed. For opto types and special functions, the Tx and Rx is requred. For Ubec types, without special functions the Tx can be ignored, and the programming card powered by Rx battery (4.8v) directly into the right side plug.

To confirm programming, beeps from the motor are needed. To this end the esc must be connected to the motor, and the flight pack to the esc. The method of powering up is important, as any deviation will not program the esc. Easily forgotten when working off the airplane.

Opto type ESCs(no red wire). Connect the short data lead to the middle plug on the programming card, with brown to the right.

Now disconnect the throttle lead from the Rx. In it's place, connect the supplied male to male lead to the Rx throttle, the other end to the right side plug on the programming card, again brown to the right side. Now switch on Tx, then Rx, then battery flight pack. A series of beeps should be heard, if not, the connection procedure may have being wrong. Once the programming card LED's have settled on a solid state, programming can begin. The top and bottom buttons scroll, and the bottom right button enters the function. Each time this button is pressed a beep must be heard, if not, no programming is taking place. Please note, the factory default is for heli's. Its there fore necessary to go to the helli page, page 2 to set up for a fixed wing aircraft. Press together the top and bottom buttons, now the left side LED flashes, this is page 2. Go to start up speed, and select plane, start with 'middle'. Return to page 1, repeat the double press and LED will be solid for page 1 To check if programming has being accepted, up plug the power lead, right side plug, and plug back again. Once LED's have settled, scroll through to confirm the settings. Rewire the ESC and throttle connections as should be and all is ready.

Programming options.

  • Leave timing in favour of auto timing
  • Brake to off
  • cut of type, LiPo
  • Cut off voltage and cell counts should be left as is, other wise only that Cell count will be reconized, and cut off voltage will be as set.
  • Special functions, will require the Tx and Rx, for this is where the throttle range is set, and F3A brake.
  • For throttle range, it is imporant to set stick at closed, and trim to zero before pressing enter. The 'full speed' is the same, throttle stick at the top and trim to max. If not done like this there will be some power loss.
  • For F3A brake, set the level of brake on the throttle stick, and press enter, as always a beep should be heard. For Non-Opto set up.

For non–opto setups, and no 'special functions', the Tx and Rx is not required. The beeps from the motor is needed to confirm that programming has taken place, so the Esc and motor need to be connected. The powering up sequence is important, and if done wrong, no programming will happen. With the Tx on, plug the ESC short Data lead into the middle plug on the card, brown to the right,then plug the Rx battery (4.8v) into the right most plug on the card, again, brown to the right. Now plug the flight pack batteries into the ESC. A series of beeps should be heard if done right, and the programming card LED's will run and settle to a single solid state. The top and bottom buttons scroll, and the bottom right button enters the function. Each time this button is pressed a beep must be heard, if not, no programming is taking place. Please note, the factory default is for heli's. Its is there fore necessary to go to the helli page, page 2 to set up for a fixed wing aircraft. Press together the top and bottom buttons, now the left side LED flashes, this is page 2. Go to start up speed, and select plane,start with'middle'. Return to page 1, repeat the press and LED will be solid for page 1. To check if programming has being accepted, unplug the power lead - right side plug - and plug back again. Once LED's have settled, scroll through to confirm the settings. It is a good idea to terminate the data lead before flying. At times the ESC will stop working and for no reason start up again. To do this, make or use a Spectrum bind plug. In other words, connect single and neg. together and plug this into the data lead.


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