timing

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Postby dinkstar » Fri Jan 18, 2013 1:16 pm

How do you know the correct timing setting for a brushless motor? Is there a rule of thumb for choosing low, medium or high timing setup? :?:
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Re: timing

Postby cynr100 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:15 am

More power is consumed at high timing settings than at low settings.
If you are looking for extended run times I would suggest starting at a low timing setting, change to medium if the motor starts to screech, stall or feel labouring. Another indicator for wrong timing is heat (wasted energy), reduce the timing.
A brushless can "backfire" if the timing is set too high, drop the timing or damage will ensue.
As a general rule, low kV - low timing, but not all ESC's are the same so it is best to test by experimenting. If it doesn't sound or feel "right" don't ignore it, change the timing.
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Re: timing

Postby megzdawn » Wed May 08, 2013 3:06 am

yes, i always believe that timing is also one great factor that affects our activities. one may be too prepared and too confident but once it goes-in at the wrong time, everything will be mess up. it's like in a special operation warfare that it can't be considering the right place knowing the the area or location is always hostile but once you're in the right time, and even just a small opening of time will already be a huge factor for a successful operation. well, that goes with my story. nothing more nothing less.
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