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Holger

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TURNIGY MARINE ESC90A
« on: April 22, 2019, 07:30:31 AM »


Hi ..
now I have both controllers programmed and if I plug them individually on the receiver you run .. because I want to run both motors s.einer receiver channel, I have heausgezogen with a regulator + and connected with a Y-cable with the receiver .. well but only the engine with the three cables runs and the one where I pulled out the + cable just beeps like not yet programmed ..

what is not working .. ??
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Re: TURNIGY MARINE ESC90A
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2019, 09:32:52 AM »

I am not familiar with that ESC, but some rules are universal.
All ESCs have a "front end" that does the control, which needs a regulated 5 volts ot work.
They also have an output stage that runs on the main battery voltage.
Some have a BEC the convert main battery voltage to 5 volts, supplying the front end circuit and, through the red wire in the servo lead, everything else.  With more than one ESC having BEC, it is good practice to isolate all but one of the ESC front ends by disconnecting the thin red wire on the input cable (Do not cut - ease the red pin out of the holder and tape back)
ESCs that do not have a BEC need to keep all their wires.
It is a good idea to draw out what is wanted and compare it with what is there.  When looking at a problem like that, I find that it helps to have somebody else check - I find it very easy to overlook my own mistakes.
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Re: TURNIGY MARINE ESC90A
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2019, 01:27:53 PM »

it works everything as it should be .. and the motors also turn opposite ..

I reconnected the + cable and connected the two regulators with the Y-cable..
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