Ah thats a good sign, and YES it will bind with my remotes flying around my living room Thist should be diY in the end hahaha
Yeah you are not wrong on that, but I had to dremel them suckers from the esc, and they are not cleaned up just yet- dont worry Im not that big idiot.
Wanna solder a plug or something if you can tell me if it would work or not.
Wouldnt use it the way it is on the pictures, did it just that you can see the designations onto the chip.
But which 12V pin do you mean? Its labeled 42 Volts
Lmao, yes you are sometimes but I can be like that, too hahahha
no worries,bro You cant know how much I already learned in here, hangin around day in day out for about two years now reading my mind blurry. But theres so much left to learn.
I am sorry for the bad picture quality and them sucked up unprofessional pins left raw while taking the picture
OHHH Yes…thats what I was looking for, for about a long time now. Hopefully it will work. Maybe I can solder them obsolete pins off if not needed
What do I have to do when going foc box dual over CAN BUS ?
Do I need an PWM splitter ?
can bus take more time, wire, and set up than split PWM. All you have to do to get split PWM to work is take one wire, preferably a white one, and send it from the receiver to the other ESC’s signal pin. So one ESC gets all three, and the other gets only the white wire to the signal pin.
OHHH YESSS thats filling me with lots of hope.
Will hook up a test drive train I look which parts i still miss
I tell you, I am not the fastest one with what I am doing
Im pretty much happy you guys help me out on that Citybladerawmetalremoteunicornintheend.
I will surly try first with one foc box and one motor to see if the remote works.