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Old 06-03-2011, 08:55 AM   #1786
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haven't been here for awhile
what is the most update software for rb50?
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Old 06-03-2011, 04:15 PM   #1787
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It's the 1.3e Download it from here.

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Old 06-05-2011, 08:09 PM   #1788
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RB30/50 V1.4 should be available next 1-2 week
Also, V2.0 for modify turbo (RB50) will be available soon.
Following is RBS V2.2 ......

Lots of firmware update in this month, stay tuned.
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Old 06-11-2011, 12:22 AM   #1789
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Ok, I`ve downloaded v1.40. What have changed? Absolutely nothing to help me on the website!!
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Ok, I`ve downloaded v1.40. What have changed? Absolutely nothing to help me on the website!!
RB30, RB50 Version 1.4a update (9/June/2011)
*More accurate temperature cut and Lipo cut off
*New protetion function prevent radio jam or interference during ESC startup
*Updated drive profile/brake profile
*Instant reverse function for reversed gear box (Shaft driven car, turbo is disabled in this mode)
Instant reverse function is activated by press and hold the setup button when the throttle is in neutral position.
Once set, the RED/GREEN LED will flashes and stored to the memory, no activation is needed in next off/on cycle.

By the way TW usually has the info on the upgrades in the notes section when you download and unzip the file.
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Old 06-13-2011, 08:13 AM   #1791
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Default Rb50 1.4 firmware

Hi, can someone advise
What the profiles and values are?
ie page 1 is ? And to what value
page 2 etc etc
as my program card is missing
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Hi, can someone advise
What the profiles and values are?
ie page 1 is ? And to what value
page 2 etc etc
as my program card is missing
Try this one for starts.
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Old 06-13-2011, 09:09 PM   #1793
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V1.40a use the same table as before
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Old 06-15-2011, 08:08 PM   #1794
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Would using this capacitor on the RB50 cause any problems?

it came with another brand of ESC with the same ratings,

using it with 5.5BL in a 4x4 SC

i would use the team wave one that came with it if i could find it,

i know doing so would void any warrenty but this speedo is a year old.

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Old 06-15-2011, 10:18 PM   #1795
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MattFromSooke :

It is fine if the cap is from NOVAK and NO if this is from China brand ESC

TEAM WAVE has optional capacitor, you can contact us for detail.
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Old 06-15-2011, 10:27 PM   #1796
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The cap is from a ORCA speedo, Looks identical to the NOVAK one.

thanks for the quick response.

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Old 06-16-2011, 01:08 AM   #1797
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Just to quote and old reply to one of my posts so I can refer to it for my next question.

This was in response to me asking how much each unit of time shift represents in degrees.

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Hello everyone:

The latest timing detail for the latest firmware (V2.1e) is as follow:

TimeShift
1: 1.875'
2: 3.75'
3: 7.5'
4: 15'
5: 22.5'
6: 30'
7: 37.5'
8: 45'
9: 52.5'

Turbo:
1: +1.875
2: +3.75
3: +5.625
4: +7.5
5: +9.375
6: +11.25
7: +13.125
8: +15
9: +16.875

Beware that this definition of timing may differ with other brands, this is for reference only. Also, different algorithm used in different brands will yield different results although timing is the same!
Then I asked....

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Thx that is exactly the info I was after...

Do you have something simialr for the values in the "Gain"?
Which I presume is the delay when/how the Time Shift is apllied, measured in secs?
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The gain is calculated by a formula, the higher the gain, the faster the timing rise to the set point.

Now onto my next questions with bearing the above in mind

1.) How is the "Time Shift" applied with regards to the speed of the car/motor from stationary?
e.g. Car is stationary and full throttle is applied. Since we haven't met the criteria yet for Turbo to come in, only "Time Shift" is applied at this point.
Does "Time Shift" gets applied right from the start at 0 rpm when the throttle is applied... at the rate specified by the "Timing Gain" or is their a delay of some sort that specifies that "Time Shift" only comes in above a given rpm or after time delay?
(Is this perhaps what "Drive Profile" is for? It specifies the delay of how/when "Time Shift is applied?)

2.) What happens to the remaining timing from "Time Shift" when the criteria is met for the" Turbo" to come in....
Lets say your "Time Shift" is set to a value of 7 (37.5') and your "Turbo" is set for 9 (16.875') for a total time gain of 54.375'. (Lets assume for this scenario that the straight is long enough to apply all Turbo timing)
You round the corner entering the main straight and apply full throttle. Turbo doesn't kick in right away due to the "Turbo Gain" which is set for 0.3 secs. So in the period only "Time Shift" is applied.
After the delay of 0.3 secs, "Turbo" is now ready to kick in but the ESC has only applied up to level 5 of the "Time Shift" (22.5')
Since you have a setting of 7 for "Time Shift", what happens to the remainder of the unused "Time Shift" of 15' which hasn't been used up yet?
Does the 15' get dumped onto the motor to get to 37.5' and then Turbo of 16.875 gets applied to get to a total of 54.375' (Time Gain + Tubo).....
or is the 15' dropped and Turbo gets applied starting from 22.5' and you only end with a total timing of 39.975' and you loose out on the 15' of timing?

I hope all that makes some sense.

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Old 06-16-2011, 02:19 AM   #1798
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SeanV,

A graph explain more than thousand word.

Turbo will not kick-in if timeshit is not complete.
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Old 06-16-2011, 02:49 AM   #1799
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SeanV,

A graph explain more than thousand word.

Turbo will not kick-in if timeshit is not complete.
Thx that helps

Just the answer to my first question....

"1.) How is the "Time Shift" applied with regards to the speed of the car/motor from stationary?"

Based on the graph, Time Shift kicks in from the very start of applying throttle, i.e 0 rpm?
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Old 06-16-2011, 04:42 AM   #1800
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TimeShift start at 4000-5000rpm, before 4000rpm it runs zero timing
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