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Old 04-01-2010, 09:57 AM   #1456
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anyone knows the purpose of the free wire with a plug in the end on the sensor cable of the new gm gen speed control?
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Ricardo, as Martin said some posts before here you have the purpose of the new sensor cable free wire:

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all new gm motors / graupner motor feature a ntc sensor, soldered to the sensor pcb

so just use a regular sensor lead
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Old 04-01-2010, 12:15 PM   #1457
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thank you all!!
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Old 04-01-2010, 12:21 PM   #1458
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yea I agree
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Old 04-01-2010, 01:08 PM   #1459
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Ricardo, as Martin said some posts before here you have the purpose of the new sensor cable free wire:


Photo???? soldered to the sensor pcb
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Old 04-02-2010, 05:54 AM   #1460
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Is this what you should read with firmware 11.1 in mode 9 ??
( I ask because i didnīt tested with the old firmware )



What gearing should I start for 9.5T ( 6554 ) outdoor

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Old 04-02-2010, 06:26 AM   #1461
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Is this what you should read with firmware 11.1 in mode 9 ??
( I ask because i didnīt tested with the old firmware )



What gearing should I start for 9.5T ( 6554 ) outdoor

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thats a bit hard to read.

did you do a reset AFTER you uprgraded to 11.1?

My standard mode 9 settings are different to yours.
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Old 04-02-2010, 10:25 AM   #1462
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yes I reseted twice..

I will insert one bigger picture.

What values you have diferent in mode 9?

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reseted again and now showing this...



can someone confirm me wich one is correct ?
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reseted again and now showing this...



can someone confirm me wich one is correct ?
Yes, The bottom one after u did the factory reset is correct. The 11.1 settings wouldn't have been updated if you hadn't done the factory reset. All looks good now tho.

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Old 04-02-2010, 02:20 PM   #1465
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thank you!
With this software the motor is reving 83333rpmīs in the air...
Screams like a bitch!! eheh
gearing advice for starting ?6.2fdr? the motor is the new 9.5
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So you haven't read the instruction pdf that was with the firmware download telling you to set the rpm limit to 50,000 - this is so that the motor doesn't go bang when you free rev it!
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Old 04-02-2010, 03:52 PM   #1467
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i had read it,but also read here to upgrade to firmware 11.1, reset, choose mode 9 and dont touch anything...
Already limited to 50.000rpmīs
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The value established in the "fixed timing" Does it affect when using sensors?

fixed timing is for both sensored and sensorless.

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The fix timing is adjustable between 0...30° for sensorless motor mode. For most motors 30° is used.

In sensored mode this value does reduce the standard motor timing of 30° to 0...30°.
the help manual is very complicated and hard to understand.
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GM reps, how about we get our questions answered?

There are about 2 pages back of unanswered queries.

If the manual was at least readable and understandable, than we wouldn't need to hassle you with questions here.
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Hi Martin
I was running my GM EVO3 7T Delta with a Mamba Max (sensorless) without any problem.Now i have a Mamba Max Pro and i was trying to run this motor sensorless but i had cogging issues.I tried sensored with the endbell timing (B on B) and i had cogging issues too but when i turned the endbell clockwise with B under C , cogging has gone.Its perfect.Did i increased timing or decrease it by doing this? Im confused.
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