Re: [Airchairgroup] Re: Assessment of design and function
- How complicated can three wires be? Power, ground and signal.----- Original Message -----From: bar3304Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2013 12:48 AMSubject: [Airchairgroup] Re: Assessment of design and functionYou don't use the receiver. You use a server tester instead of a receiver. I understand that this can be very complicated.
--- In Airchairgroup@yahoogroups.com, "oppybs" <garrywarber@...> wrote:
> I think cross-country electric is still an experimental dream. There are some self-launch motors being used, one is a circular shape, and if I find it again will post a link. No way would I want one where the possibility of someones controller being on the correct frequency as I have, and a strong wayward signal from another source may cause problems also. I think if it starts RC modeling it should stay RC modeling...
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- You get speed control from the servo tester. It has a dial. I'm not sure that people understand that a brushless motor does not use DC current (it's impossible to just hook it up to power and ground). Since there are no brushes, the polarity of the current has to be cycled by the ESC. The servo tester controls the ESC in place of the receiver.
--- In Airchairgroup@yahoogroups.com, "Ray Leonard" <flysprint@...> wrote:
> You need speed control anyway, so it will never be as simple as hoking up power and ground.