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How can I change the voltage of the a of the low voltage Cut-off function of the BLX200?

Discussion in 'Nero, Big Rock & Fazon' started by JohnsonWang, May 7, 2018.

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  1. JohnsonWang

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    Does any body know how to change the voltage of the a of the Low Voltage Cut-off function of the BLX200?Can I use the Hobbywing programming card? I've heard that the BLX200 originates from the Hobbywing MAX8.They are the same ESC in fact. Much appreciated!
     
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    I don't think it can be changed, not sure. I do know that Arrma removed a lot of the Hobbywing programing options. If you use a HW card, you still need to look at the Arrma chart to know what options are what - at I think I heard they don't line up with the standard HW menu anymore.

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    Thank you very much for your detailed explaination.I think there is only way to use low voltage alarm to protect the Lipos.:(
     
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    The LVC does work. With the factory setting, (I think it is 3.2v) I find that it leave the lipos at 3.5v-3.6v per cell. A bit below storage, but still within safe limits.
     
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    Oh!Thanks very much!So glad to hear that! It seems I can abandon my BB alarm now!
     
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