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How to adjust VESC duty cycle mode accelerate and brake time by VESC_TOOL?

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How to adjust VESC duty cycle mode accelerate and brake time by VESC_TOOL?

How to adjust Duty Cycle Mode accelerate and brake time by VESC TOOL ? Rapid acceleration or brake can throw people away from their electric skateboards. People may get hurt because of it. So it's better to adjust Maytech SuperFOC ESCs (VESC_TOOL Compatible) accerate/brake time to a suitable range for your own appilcation. Positive Ramping Time and Negative Ramping Time are the accelerate time and brake time for Duty Cycle mode.

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How to Connect Encoder to VESC without Remove Pull-up Resistor?

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How to Connect Encoder to VESC without Remove Pull-up Resistor?

What is encoder?  An encoder is a device that complies and converts a signal or data into a signal from that can be used for communication, transmission and storage.  What applications can use an encoder?  Encoder is widely used in cut-to-length applications, plotters, robotics, packaging, conveying, automation, sorting, filling, imaging, etc.,  How to connect encoder to Maytech VESC?  Here take AS5047P magnetic encoder as example, usually to encoder need to remove pull-up resistor, here's a way that no need to remove pull-up resistor, connect "5V, GND, PWM, V, U" on encoder to VESC hall sensor port.  Recommend following VESC based ESCs: ...

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How to check VESC fault code?

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How to check VESC fault code?

After the fault occurs,  1. Please do not power down the VESC. Please connect it to your computer. 2. Startup your computer VESC_TOOL, make the connection of your VESC and VESC_TOOL. 3. And then go to the "TERMINAL" tab. Type: "faults" and send the command. Then VESC will feed back the fault code in VESC_TOOL.

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Notice and Tips for 300A-400A 85V MTSVESC7.5H Speed Controller

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Notice and Tips for 300A-400A 85V MTSVESC7.5H Speed Controller

Introduction:  MTSVESC7.5H is based on 75V 300A VESC hardware and firmware construction. It is mainly used for controlling brushless motor on mobile devices with 20S and below Lipo battery(max 85V, recommend to use 75V and below). Compared with original 75V 300A VESC, it has better heat dissipation and greater continuous power.  Application Fields:  With the many functions and interfaces of VESC, MTSVESC7.5H can be widely used in high-speed electric scooters, high-speed electric karts, electric motorcycles, electric boats,  electric surfboards, heavy-duty cargo robots, fighting robots, and various special vehicles, etc. Notice before usage:  1. If you will use the VESC for water...

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Updated 200A ESC Based on VESC75300!! MTSVESC7.12

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Updated 200A ESC Based on VESC75300!! MTSVESC7.12

For more Specifications:  https://michobby.com/collections/vesc-based-controllers/products/maytech-new-200a-mtvesc6-12-based-speed-controller-vedder-benjamin-vesc-for-electric-skateboard-mountainbaord Features: High voltage: If use current mode, without brake, max voltage is 60V; If use current mode with brake or duty cycle mode, max voltage is 12S lipo (Max 50.4V). High current: 200A Compatible with brushed and brushless motors, intrunner and outrunner motors Sensored or Sensorless operation + Hybrid mode Adjustable Forward/Backward/Brake Regenerative Braking Function Configurable RPM, Current, Voltage and Power limits Support PPM, Analog (ADC), UART, Canbus input Support BLDC square wave mode control and FOC sine wave mode Communication ports: USB, CAN, UART Throttle curve and ramping for all input sources Seamless 4-quadrant operation...

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