I’ve never seen this particular ESC… but i did stay in a holiday day inn express last night!
I see your confusion on the BEC voltage output. I would guess there is a toggle to select 5v or 12v. Agreed - 12v to your Rx would be bad. Their site info for the ESC is pretty poor w/ no additional info. Did it come w/ any documentation that might be more specific?
Worst case - multimeter! I’d measure actual voltage to ensure it’s safe to connect to Rx.
You don’t need to have motor connected to program. It’s good to test and tweak so you can minimize some of the cogging as you program or try settings for best performance. But you’ll really need to test and tweak usually - especially for brakes!
Thanks for the reply, but I was asking if you have to connect the motorwires WHILE programming the esc.
I’ve had experience with brushless motors before, so I know the basics of how to use them.
Sorry if I wasn’t clear, I would just rather keep the motor dsconnected because the bullet connectors have not arrived yet, so I would have to solder them together.
no i am not i am just worried i dont want to fry my motor its a sk3 192 kv running of a 10s3p and it says that the motor max is 80 a and i put it at 60 but i want the thing to go faster but not lose much battery pls help