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Old 01-09-2017, 10:38 PM   #1
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Default R1 Digital-2 200A ESC - HELP

Hi all,

I'm trying to set up a new R1 Digital-2 200A ESC for Blinky paired with a 21.5 R1wurks motor.

When boost and turbo timing is set to 0' we get a solid red light along with a flashing green. Is this right?

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Yes.
Did you do the latest software upgrade as well?

There is a setup sheet download in the esc section of the R1 WURKS site as well, although a little vague.

Also here is a supplimental setup sheet I made up for the speed control.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/team-com...motors-12.html

Hope that helps, anything else, just ask.
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Thanks heaps. Yes we did the latest software update. I think we have it sorted.
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Yes.
Did you do the latest software upgrade as well?

There is a setup sheet download in the esc section of the R1 WURKS site as well, although a little vague.

Also here is a supplimental setup sheet I made up for the speed control.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/team-com...motors-12.html

Hope that helps, anything else, just ask.
Hey guys, got any links to the latest firmware?
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Hey guys, got any links to the latest firmware?
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fiv6ydl5v...YITKIpKfa?dl=0
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Old 11-28-2017, 02:53 PM   #6
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Hi guys,
When loading the last mod firmware version : R1_10th_B418110.r1

I notticed I have acces to new parameters :
BT soft Power
BT soft TH Range
Coast value

But I can't find any description of this parameters... can anyone help ?
thx
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check for Hobbywing XR10, they have the same parameters, you could find some descriptions of them
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Hi guys,
When loading the last mod firmware version : R1_10th_B418110.r1

I notticed I have acces to new parameters :
BT soft Power
BT soft TH Range
Coast value

But I can't find any description of this parameters... can anyone help ?
thx

Those three adjustments will only effect the low to mid range throttle feel of the speed control. This is so you can dial back the violent punch of the start portion of mod motors, things that changing you transmitter can't do effectively. Dialing the brakes and D/R of the transmitter effect the entire throttle feel of the speed control, where this makes it so your transmitter can be set in conventional settings but the speed control bottom end can be controlled better. You can effectively make a mod motor feel like your driving a stock car in the infield but still have the crazy speed down the straights.

They sort of explain themselves.

BT soft Power = this will effect the first parts of the punch during the start of pulling the trigger.
BT soft TH Range = this is when the power will start to ramp up towards the end of the bottom curve of the throttle.
Coast value = mod motors can have big brakes, so this allows you to dial the brakes back on the neutral setting of the trigger.


Also you should be aware that the most current firmware for mod is now 112.
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Old 01-04-2018, 09:06 AM   #9
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Thank you for this explaination... that's pretty clear.
But unfortunalty... le 112 version you are talking about is not available on dropbox ...

Anyway, I've noticed that a new mod firmware version is available (R1_10th_0B418113.r1)...
It's hard to know the improvement of each version, I think this could be a good thing to describe what's new in each version in the README.txt File.

Is there any project of a stock firmware evolution?
Espacially to increase break force/feeling?

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