Yes, that's exactly the storyTry manually stalling the two motors and let me know the corresponding Amp value
That's how I had it hooked up and it smoked the chip . I didn't think the measuring side could handle 12v is why it blew ?The led on the amp meter lite up just fine showing it had 5v and ground. I then plugged in the 12v battery to feed my esc and then smoke / fire started .
I stalled the motors and my fluke meter reads 23 amps.
can you told me which BT moduls are working. I have HM11 modules. They don´t will work.
The measuring side definitely can handdle 12VTwo possibilities: - wrong connection (parallel vs serie) on the measuring side <---<< - deffective itemThe 30A gizmo may be a good option
I solder lead from negative plug from 12v battery to plug on amp meter and solder lead from positive plug from 12v battery to plug on amp meter . Or should I just tap in to positive side on battery and left negative alone ?
It an Amp meter, not a Volt meterShould be a serial connection with the load (motors ...)Look again at message #605
Here is the video of the turbo button not working correctly. I don't know how to fix it ?
Got itOnce again, I forgot that, with ESC's, neutral position is myservo.write(90), not myservo.write(0)Try this one // V1.6 fixed Turbo
I didn't have time to calibrate the ESC this morning before work but I will do that tonight
Please describe calibration procedure or let me have a link to it
Move the radio controls to their full extent several times. When finished center the controls and remove the jumper.
To get full extent, make sure to enable Turbo mode before performing calibration(Button #2 <ON>)