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Old 11-04-2012, 09:49 PM   #46
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Default GREAT RESULTS FOR TEAM POWERS

MPRCCC PANCAKE CUP in Australia at Oct-27~28


Open 13.5T Boosted Class: Andy Cooke achieved the 1st place finish with the use of Team Powers Plutonium 13.5T, XPS Pro V1.1 Speed Control and 7.4V 6800mah,70c battery.





XPS Pro V1.1 reference setting:
Forward Freq Level: 1
Dead Band: 5
Drag Brake = 6%
Punch = 9
Start RPM: 2000
Power Band: 100%
Timing Burst: 84%
Timing Boost: 49%
Turbo Delay: 0s
Turbo Boost: 39%

Plutonium 13.5T motor timing: +0.5
Motor Gear Ratio: 6.5

A big thank you to Andy Cooke for the support and the great results with TEAM POWERS products at the PANCAKE CUP with Alan Toughers behind the scenes assistance and knowledge.

Cheers

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Hi All,

Just sat down and re wrote the instructions for the XPS Pro ESC's. In particular the V1.2.
Even though they instruction book was OK i decided to rewrite with more detail as to what the various modes affect the ESC's and motors performance.
So much so that a new customer was able to get his head around the parameters to achieve better results in his racing compared to running an LRP Flow.
Another happy customer.

As a final note, these ESC's are brilliant in 1/12 scale with our the need for a Booster pack !
Just set voltage at 3.2V to 3.4V. No problems at all. All that will be required is the use of a 7.4V pack for programing.

Cheers Ren

Below is the link to the rewritten instructions in PDF format.

http://www.rabhobbies.com.au/PDF/TEAMPOWERS.pdf
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Hi All,

Just sat down and re wrote the instructions for the XPS Pro ESC's. In particular the V1.2.
Even though they instruction book was OK i decided to rewrite with more detail as to what the various modes affect the ESC's and motors performance.
So much so that a new customer was able to get his head around the parameters to achieve better results in his racing compared to running an LRP Flow.
Another happy customer.

As a final note, these ESC's are brilliant in 1/12 scale with our the need for a Booster pack !
Just set voltage at 3.2V to 3.4V. No problems at all. All that will be required is the use of a 7.4V pack for programing.

Cheers Ren

Below is the link to the rewritten instructions in PDF format.

http://www.rabhobbies.com.au/PDF/TEAMPOWERS.pdf
does this esc need a voltage booster to run 1 cell lipo? if so is each variation of the xps 1 cell capable?
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does this esc need a voltage booster to run 1 cell lipo? if so is each variation of the xps 1 cell capable?
As mentioned the EPS Pro V1.1 or 1.2 do not need a booster battery for 1/12. However this operates great in blinky mode or very little boost and turbo. If you were to go nuts a apply "lots" of either you will dump ! This will be great for 13.5 Euro spec which i believe must be run in blinky mode.
Run a 4.5 in blinky mode and plenty fast for my abilities.

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Just sat down and re wrote the instructions for the XPS Pro ESC's. In particular the V1.2.
Can you please tell me what order the cables should be soldered on the XPS Pro v1.2?

I have a second-hand unit without good documentation, and there are no indications on the case as to which is A,B,C, +, or -.
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When holding/looking at unit with the power button in front and the wires to the back...and starting left to right...its A + B - C.
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When holding/looking at unit with the power button in front and the wires to the back...and starting left to right...its A + B - C.
Looking from left to right at the solder posts ...... C - B + A

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Yes . What can i help you with.

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