I've just noticed an interesting characteristic of dual mode and was wondering if this is considered normal.
it was noticed when I free revved a motor (yes i know i should not do this) to try and understand the way the ramping was working..
i have the esc configured as follows..
timing - 100
start rpm - 10000
end rpm - 32000
the motor is an LRP X12 4.5T (non-octa) with the -10 timing insert.
when the esc ramps up, its very smooth/linear..
however, when it reaches full throttle/rpm motor stops climbing rpm and then almost appears to kick back to a a lower rpm (or maybe timing?) and is held there..
i did not notice this when running < 100 timing on the esc..
but i guess its possible that it was there, but not as noticeable due to the less timing..
is this considered normal?
maybe some sort of protection routines in the esc?
..or worse, could this be a fault with the ESC itself?
having never used dual mode before i'm unsure as to whether or not this should be happening..
you comments would be appreciated!
ps. the tekin capacitors.. any reason why you chose 16V 330uF ?
i've got an LRP capacitor bank attached (in addition to the tekin cap) which has 3 x nichicon lg 10V 820uF caps..