Hi Remieremieknaapen wrote:I bought the 90A version of the boat esc together with a program card.
Can you guys give me the settings that you are using so I can try them?
remieknaapen wrote:Looks like the boat esc isn't going to work for me either.
Setup of the esc was done with a program card. I did check if the esc saved my settings after every adjustement I made and all of that was fine.
None of the settings I have tried gave me a working brake unfortunately.
Startup of the boat esc however was better then the hobbyking 150 esc so it's a shame I can't get it to work properly.
The search for a good esc continues, I love the smaller dimensions of the boat esc and I really want something simular. The hobbyking 150a car esc is to bulky for me and for the plans I have with my e-board.
Hope it works out for you, I didnt actually have any problems till i rode it for the first half hour and then the demons came out, but on the other hand neither dodgy nor I had any brakes and you do.. so maybe you got one like Dirks...got92 wrote:i have two 90a esc too. For now i've tested only with no load and brake well for what i can see.
Could be a transmitter problem or of the controller? I use an arduino and the servo library to pilot the esc.
the electronic is inside an solid aluminium housing (with the waterheatsink), i haven't test it under load yet but i think the housing should guarantee a decent heat dispersion. If it will go too hot i will put some heatsink directly on the alluminiumfurp wrote:I got one of those boat escs too and am hoping to test it soon. Has anyone removed the housing of the esc and strapped on a normal heatsink? Would like to know how that works.
Threw both of mine in the trash. ..JackHMcD wrote:Does anyone have a pair of the escs that they want to throw away(give to me for cheap)?