Thecopterdr wrote:I will now have to go and get a display that allows me to program the controller.
Have you looked inside the controller to see if it has the jumpers like I linked to? If not, you might be spending money on something that can't even do what you want. (if it has jumpers, it probably won't change via programming).
I know it's a pain to have to do this stuff, but there's no other way to know.
It's possible that the LCD you already have can do what you want, but you would require it's manual on how to access settings thru it (if it has any buttons).
MXUS should have told me this when I was dealing with them.
Unfortunately most places are just sellers, not manufacturers, so not only do they not know much (if anything) about what they sell, they don't care. It's up to the end-user to figure it out if they want to do anything other than plug it in and go. :/
MXUS makes motors, but I doubt they make controllers (or anything else); even if they do the people you deal with asking questions don't know anything--they're only there to take your money and send you stuff (if you're lucky, the stuff you expected to get). If you're buying hundreds or thousands of something, many sellers/manufacturers/etc will do a fair bit of work helping out, but otherwise they have no reason to care.
Unfortunately the MXUS kit site doesn't have any info at all about the controllers that come with their kits, or any controllers available separately from the kits, so there is nothing there to help.
If you were to attach large clear pictures of the labels on the controller, it might have info that would lead to what's compatible with it, etc.
If it does not, then attach large clear pictures of the inside of the controller, showing the pads and chips and labels and any other info on the board inside, that might help.