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How to use the built-in switches of MTSKR20WFV2 remote?

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How to use the built-in switches of MTSKR20WFV2 remote?

The MTSKR20WFV2 remote has one 30V 3A Relay mechanical switch and one 20V 2A transistor electronics switch for esk8 lights, etc.  How to connect each switch?  Transistor switch (mosfet switch):  -When (Short press Function button 4 times) transistor switch is on (display of 【2】in Screen Main interface), transistor switch source will be connected to GND and turn on LED. When it’s off(no display of【2】in Screen Main interface), LED is off. Relay switch (mosfet switch):  -When relay switch is in original position(no display of【1】in Screen Main interface) , COM(common point) and CLO(normally close) are connected. -When Short press Function button 3 times (display of【1】in Screen...

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MTSK20WFV2 Remote and receiver for Electric skateboard Simple instructions

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MTSK20WFV2 Remote and receiver for Electric skateboard Simple instructions

Please check product page for instruction videos! 1. Appearance: 2. Receiver wiring instruction with VESC or VESC based controllers Cross connection of Receiver TXD/RXD and VESC RX/TX: Receiver’s TXD>> VESC RX; Receiver RXD>> VESC TX. VESC supports UARR and PWM(PPM) throttle control. When use with Maytech waterproof remote, you can select PPM and UART, and select corresponding control in remote (“Data Source” and “VESC Thr”). PPM to control throttle and UART to read voltage/current/ temperature/speed/etc. Please set “Baudrate” to “115200 bps” in VESC_TOOL. 3. For non-standard VESC firmware or other normal PWM ESCs: Data Source: Speed sginal is detected by...

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How to set MTSKR20WFV2 remote 3 speed modes?

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FAQ2 (frequently asked questions) about Maytech V2 remote contoller

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FAQ2 (frequently asked questions) about Maytech V2 remote contoller

1. What's the difference of MTSKR1905WF and MTSKR20WFV2?  2. What is the modulation ? FHSS, FASST, DMRS ? Or the worse dangerous protocol in the EskbWorld, bluetooth... The MTSKR1905WF and MTSKR20WFV2 remotes use FHSS (FSK/GFSK).  Frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) is a method of transmitting radio signals by rapidly changing the carrier frequency among many distinct frequencies occupying a large spectral band. The changes are controlled by a code known to both transmitter and receiver. FHSS is used to avoid interference, to prevent eavesdropping, and to enable code-devision multiple access (CDMA) communications. The available frequency band is divided into smaller sub-bands. Signals rapidly...

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How to do when first connect your VESC or VESC based controller to VESC_TOOL ?

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How to do when first connect your VESC or VESC based controller to VESC_TOOL ?

1.  When first connect your VESC or VESC based controller to VESC_TOOL, it will install driver automatically, please make sure your computer is connected to internet.   2. After driver is installed, it will show the virtual port (COM18 in the video and screenshot) for this VESC or VESC based controller 3. Refresh your VESC_TOOl to get the correct port.  4. If the connection port is wrong, it won't connect.  Check video for detailed steps:  - VESC based controllers in our shop:   More reference: If my computer can not download driver automitically, how should I do? Please check following blog: How to install VESC Driver...

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