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Tomick
#1 Posted : 02 February 2016 15:20:11

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As far as the motors go, in general, this calibration should not be necessary, however if one of the motors on the Sky Rider is starting at a higher throttle setting than the others, this can be easily corrected.
It is difficult to hear the beeps from the ESC that is being calibrated when all four ESC's are powered. If possible, this procedure should be done with the battery connected only to the ESC that is being calibrated.

1. Plug the signal cable from the ESC to be calibrated into the channel 3 port on the receiver.

2. Move the throttle to 100% and turn on the transmitter.

3. Connect the battery to the ESC and wait for a double beep then a single beep.

4. Move the throttle to 0% and wait for a single beep

5. Move the throttle to 50% and wait for a single short beep

6. Move throttle back to 0% and wait for a single lower pitched beep.

The ESC can now be installed and connected to the Flight Controller.
longblade
#2 Posted : 02 February 2016 16:42:22

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made a print, so as to go in the setup instructions..
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