208610-(GUEC GE-610)電子變速器 100A (內建SBEC)-英文A

208610-(GUEC GE-610)電子變速器 100A (內建SBEC)-英文A
(GUEC GE-610)ESC 100A with built-in SBEC
Thanks for purchasing our Electronic Speed Controller (ESC). High power system for RC model can be very dangerous, so please read this manual
carefully. In that we have no control over the correct use, installation, application, or maintenance ofour products, no liability shall be assumed
nor accepted for any damages, losses or costs resulting from the use of the product. Any claims arising from the operating, failure or malfunctioning etc.
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Features
► High performance microprocessor brings out the best compatibility with all kinds of motors and the highest driving efficiency.
► Maximum motor speed: 210000 RPM (2 poles), 70000 RPM (6 poles), 35000 RPM (12 poles).
► 3 start modes: Normal / Soft / Very-Soft, compatible with fixed-wing aircraft and helicopter.
► Throttle range can be configured to be compatible with all transmitters currently available on market.
► Smooth, linear, quick and precise throttle response.
► Separate voltage regulator IC for microprocessor to get a better anti-jamming capability.
► Multiple protection features: Low-voltage cut-off protection / over-heat protection / throttle signal loss protection.
► The output of the built-in BEC is switchable by user programming (5.25V or 6.0V).
► With governor mode for helicopter.
6. Timing:0°/ 3.75° / 7.5° / 11.25° / *15° / 18.75° / 22.5° / 26.25°, default is 15°. Note3
Usually, low timing value is suitable for most motors. But there are many differences among structures and parameters of different motors so
please try and select the most suitable timing value according to the motor you are just using. The correct timing value makes the motor run smoothly.
And generally, higher timing value brings out higher output power and higher speed.
Note1: After changing the timing setting, please test your RC model on ground prior to flight!
7. Governor Mode:*Off / Governor Low / Governor High, default is “Off”.
If the governor mode is activated, the ESC will try its best to hold the motor speed at a fixed value. (Usually the throttle curve is a horizontal line,
you can change the preset motor speed by changing the height of this line).
The speed range of “Governor Low” mode is 10000RPM to 45000RPM for 2 poles brushless motor, “Governor High” mode is 46000RPM to
200000RPM for 2 poles brushless motor. In order to calculate the speed of the main rotor blades of your helicopter, you need to know the
motor poles number and the gear rate of main drive gear vs. the pinion. For example, if you are using a 6 poles motor (that is: 3 pair poles), and the
main drive gear is 150T, the pinion is 13T, so you can calculate as follows:
The rotation speed for the main rotor blades = (The speed of 2 poles motor * 13) / 3 / 150
When you adjust the throttle curve, please make sure that the motor can run at this preset speed even if the motor load is heaviest.
Please note that the governor mode function is automatically disabled if the throttle volume is less than 60%.
Specifications
208610-(GUEC GE-610)ESC 100A with built-in SBEC
Class
Model
Cont
Current
100A
(GUEC GE-610)
100A
Burst
Current
BEC
Mode
BEC
Output
User
Programmable
150A
Switch
5.25V or 6V, 4A
Yes
Battery Cells
Lipo
NiMH
2-6
5-18
Weight
82g
Size
L*W*H
70*34*16
Wiring Diagram
Black
100A
Brushless
Motor
Receiver
Red
Wiring of Normal Voltage ESC
Programmable Items
1. Brake Setting:*Off / Soft / Hard / Very Hard, default is “Off”.
2. Battery Type:*Lithium (Lipo or Li-ion) / NiMH, default is “Lithium”.
3. Low Voltage Protection Mode (CutOff Mode):*Soft Cut (Gradually reduce the output power) / Hard Cut (Immediately stop the output power).
Default is “Soft Cut”.
4. Low Voltage Protection Threshold (Cutoff Threshold):Low / *Middle / High / Custom, default is “Middle”.
a. For lithium batteries, the cutoff threshold of the whole battery pack is calculated according to the cells number.
For normal voltage ESC (supports 2-6 cells Lipo), the Low / Middle / High value for each cell is: 2.85V / 3.15V / 3.30V
For example, if the cutoff threshold is set to “Middle”, then the threshold for a 3 cells Lipo battery pack is 3.15*3=9.45V.
b. For NiMH and NiCd batteries, the cutoff threshold of the whole battery pack is calculated as follows:
Low : 50% of the battery’s battery’s full charged voltage
Middle: 62.5% of the battery’s full charged voltage
High: 75% of the battery’s full charged voltage
5. Start Mode:*Normal / Soft / Very-Soft, default is “Normal”.
“Normal” is preferred for fixed-wing aircraft. “Soft” or “Very-Soft” are preferred for helicopters. The initial acceleration of the “Soft” and “Very-Soft”
modes are slower than “Normal” mode, usually it takes 3 second for “Soft” mode or 8 seconds for “Very-Soft” mode from 0% throttle advance to full
throttle. After startup, if the throttle is closed (throttle stick is moved to the bottom position) and opened again (throttle stick is moved upwards)
within 3 seconds, the restart will be temporarily changed to “Normal” mode to get rid of the chances of a crash caused by slow throttle response.
This special design is usedful for aerobatic flight.
8. Reserved Item #1:Reserved for future.
Usually, the default value “Normal Motor” is suitable for most of motors, but if the motor cannot run smoothly with this mode, please try other 2 options.
9. PWM Frequency: *12KHz / 8KHz, default is “12KHz”.
For some motors with high KV (high speed) and many poles, the 12KHz PWM frequency may let them work more smoothly. But the higher
PWM frequency will make the ESC hotter. Generally, the 8KHz PWM frequency is suitable for most motors.
10. Built-In BEC Output: *5.25V / 6V, default is 5.25V.
11. Reserved Item #2: Reserved for future.
12. Lipo Cells:
For normal voltage ESC (supports 2-6 cells Lipo), the values are *Auto / 2S / 3S / 4S / 5S / 6S, the default is “Auto”; Note4
For high voltage ESC (supports 5-12 cells Lipo), the values are *Auto / 5S / 6S / 8S / 10S / 12S, the default is “Auto”.
This programmable item is available for lithium battery. In the startup process, the motor will emits several “Beep-” tones to represent the
Lipo cells number, it is helpful for you to check whether it is coincident with the actual battery pack or not. Note5
Note2: If you choose “Auto”, the ESC may mistakenly judge the battery cells when the voltage is less than 3.7V/Cell, so we strongly suggest setting the
“Lipo Cells” manually.
Note3: For high voltage ESC (supports 5 to 12 cells Lipo), when the motor emits the “Beep” tones to represents the cells number,
a long “Beep -” tone = 5 short “Beep-” tone. So 5S = “Beep—”, 6S = ”Beep—Beep-” (1 long 1 short), 8S=”Beep—Beep-Beep-Beep-”
(1 long 3 short), 10S= “Beep—Beep—” (2 long), 12S=”Beep—Beep—Beep-Beep-” (2 long 2 short). While for normal voltage ESC
(supports 2 to 6 cells Lipo), we still use 5 short “Beep-” tones to
represent 5S lipo, and 6 short “Beep-” tones to represent 6S lipo.
(GUEC GE-610)ESC 100A with built-in SBEC
Begin To Use The New ESC
Program The ESC With The Transmitter (4 Setps)
Please check the wiring and connections carefully, and then start the ESC in the following sequences:
1. Move the throttle stick to the bottom position and then switch on the transmitter.
2. Connect the battery pack to the ESC, the ESC begins the self-test process, a special tone “♪ 123” is emitted, which means the voltage of the
battery pack is in normal range, and then N “Beep” tones will be emitted, means the number of lipo battery cells. Finally a long “Beep—” tone will
be emitted, which means the self-test is OK, the aircraft or helicopter is ready to go flying.
► If nothing is happened, please check the battery pack and all the connections;
► If a special tone “♪ ” is emitted after 2 Beep tones (“Beep-Beep-”), means the ESC has entered the program mode, it is because the
throttle channel of your transmitter is reversed, please set it correctly;
► If the red LED flashes very quickly (2 times per second), means the input voltage is too low or too high, please check your battery’s voltage.
3. VERY IMPORTANT ! Because different transmitter has different throttle range, you need to calibrate the throttle range and let the ESC remember it.
Please read the instruction on the left bottom of this page ------“Throttle Range Setting”.
After correctly setting the throttle range, the red LED lights when the throttle stick is moved to the top position (Maximum throttle). 【Alert Tone】
1. Input voltage is abnormal: The ESC begins to check the voltage when the battery pack is connected, if the voltage is not in the acceptable range,
such an alert tone will be emitted: “Beep-Beep-, Beep-Beep-” (Every “Beep-Beep-” has a time interval of about 1 second), and at the same time, the
red LED also flashes.
2. Throttle signal is lost: When the ESC can’t detect the normal throttle signal, such an alert tone will be emitted: “Beep-, Beep-, Beep-”. (Every “Beep-”
has a time interval of about 2 seconds)
3. Throttle stick is not in the bottom position: When the throttle stick is not in the bottom (lowest) position, a very rapid alert tone will be emitted:
“Beep-, Beep-, Beep-”. (Every “Beep-” has a time interval of about 0.25 second.)
【Protection Function】
1. Abnormal startup protection: If the motor fails to start within 2 seconds of throttle application, the ESC will cut-off the output power. In this case,
the throttle stick MUST be moved to the bottom position again to restart the motor. (This happens in the following cases:
The connection between ESC and motor is not reliable, the propeller or the motor is blocked, the gearbox is damaged, etc.)
2. Over-heat protection: When the temperature of the ESC is over a factory-preset degree, the ESC will reduce the output power.
3. Throttle signal loss protection: The ESC will cutoff the output power if throttle signal is lost for more than 0.25 second, the output power will be
resumed as soon as the throttle signal is normal again.
Trouble Shooting
Trouble
After power on, motor does not work,
no sound is emitted
Possible Reason
The connection between battery pack and
ESC is not correct
Action
Check the power connection.
Replace the connector with new one
After power on, motor does not work, such an
Input voltage is abnormal, too high or too low.
alert tone is emitted and the red LED flashes
at the same time.
“Beep-Beep-, Beep-Beep-” (Every “Beep-Beep-”
has a time interval of about 1 second)
Check the voltage of battery pack
After power on, motor does not work, such
an alert tone is emitted:
“Beep-, Beep-, Beep- ”(Every “Beep-”
has a time interval of about 2 seconds)
Throttle signal is irregular or lost
Check the receiver and transmitter
Check the control cable of the ESC
After power on, motor does not work, such an
alert tone is emitted:
“Beep-, Beep-, Beep-” (Every “Beep-”
has a time interval of about 0.25 second)
The throttle stick is not in the bottom (lowest)
position
Move the throttle stick to bottom position
Set the throttle trimmer to neutral or even lower.
After power on, motor does not work, a special
tone “♪ ” is emitted after 2 “Beep” tones
(Beep-Beep-)
Direction of the throttle channel is reversed,
so the ESC has entered the program mode
Set the direction of throttle channel correctly
(Please refer to the user manual of
your transmitter)
The motor runs in the opposite direction
The connection between ESC and the
motor need to be changed.
Swap any two wire connections between ESC
and motor
The motor stop running while in working state
Throttle signal is lost
Check the receiver and transmitter
Check the control cable of throttle channel
ESC has entered Low Voltage Protection mode
Land RC model as soon as possible, and
replace the battery pack
Some connections are not reliable
Check all the connections: battery pack
connection, throttle signal cable,
motor connections, etc.
1. Enter program mode
a. Switch on transmitter, move the throttle stick to the top position.
b. Connect the battery pack to the ESC, a special tone “♪123” emits, that means the battery supply is OK.
c. Wait for 2 seconds, the motor will emit “Beep-Beep-” tone.
d. Wait for another 5 seconds, special tone like “♪ ” emits, that means the program mode is entered
2. Select programmable items:
After entering program mode, you will hear 14 groups of “Beep” tones in a loop with the
following sequence.If you move the throttle stick to bottom position within 3 seconds after one kind of
tones, thecorresponding item will be selected.
1
B
Brake
(1 short tone)
2
BB
Battery Type
(2 short tones)
3
BBB
Cutoff Mode
(3 short tones)
4
BBBB
Cutoff Threshold
(4 short tones)
5
Beep—
Start Mode
(1 long tone)
6
Beep— B
Timing
(1 long 1 short)
7
Beep— BB
Governor Mode
(1 long 2 short)
8
Beep— BBB
Reserved Item #1
(1 long 3 short)
9
Beep— BBBB
PWM Frequency
(1 long 4 short)
10 Beep— Beep—
Built-in BEC Output
(2 long tones)
11 Beep— Beep— B
Reserved Item #2
(2 long 1 short)
12 Beep— Beep— BB
Lipo Cells
(2 long 2 short)
13 Beep— Beep— Beep— B
Reset All To Defaults
(3 long 1 short)
(3 long 2 short)
14 Beep— Beep— Beep— BB Exit
Normal Startup Procedure
Throttle Range Setting
1. Move the throttle stick to bottom position and
then switch on your transmitter.
2. Connect the battery pack to the ESC,
a special tone “♪123” emits, that means the
battery supply is OK.
3. Several “Beep-” tones emits to represent the
number of lipo battery cells.
4. As soon as the self-test process is finished, a long
“Beep—” tone will be emitted.
5. Move the throttle stick upwards to go flying now.
1. Switch on the transmitter, and then move the throttle stick to top position.
2. Connect battery pack to the ESC, a special tone “♪123” emits, that means the
battery supply is OK, then wait for 2 seconds.
3. “Beep-Beep-” tone emits, that means the highest point of throttle range
has been correctly confirmed.
4. Move throttle stick to the bottom position, several “Beep-” tones emits to
represent the number of Lipo battery cells.
5. A long “Beep—” tone emits, means the lowest position of throttle range
has been confirmed.
Note: “Beep—” means a long “Beep” tone, “B” means a short “Beep” tone. Usually, 1 long
“Beep—” = 5 short “B” .
3. Set item value (Programmable value):
You will hear several “Beep” tones in loop. Set the value matching to a tone by moving the
throttle stick to top position when you hear the tone, then a special tone “♪ ” emits, that means the
value is set and saved. (Keep the throttle stick at the top position, you will go back to Step #2 and
you can select other items; Or Move the stick to bottom position within 2 seconds will exit
program mode directly)
Beep 1 short
2 short
3 short
4 short
*Off
Soft
Hard
Very Hard
*LiPo
NiMH
Custom
1 long
1 long
1 short
1 long
2 short
1 long
3 short
*15°
18.75°
22.5°
26.25°
Items
Brake
Battery Type
Cutoff Mode
Cutoff Threshold
Start Mode
Timing
Governor Mode
*Soft Cut Hard Cut
Low
*Middle
High
Normal
Soft
*Very Soft
3.75°
7.5°
0°
*Off
11.25°
Governor Governor
Low
High
Reserved Item #1
PWM Frequency
*12KHz
8KHz
Built-in BEC Output
*5.25V
6V
Reserved Item #2
Lipo Cells
Auto
2S
3S
4S
5S
*6S
←
*Auto
5S
6S
8S
10S
12S
← For high voltage ESC
For normal ESC
(2 to 6S Lipo)
(5 to 12S Lipo)
The value with * symbol is the factory-preset value (That is: default value).
4. Exit program mode
There are 2 ways to exit the
program mode:
a. In Step #3, after special tone
“♪ ”, please move the throttle
stick to the bottom position
within 2 seconds.
b. In Step #2, after tone Beep—
Beep—Beep—BB” (3 long
2 short Beep tones, that is the
item #14), move the throttle
stick to the bottom position
within 3 seconds.
Note4: After setting the programmable items by the throttle stick or a Program Card, you will hear 5 long “Beep—” tones when the
ESC exits the program mode. You can restart the ESC after 5 seconds.
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