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Old 03-10-2012, 11:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New 130 Commander ESC with CGY750 wiring?

Ok, need a little help wiring this thing up... Still haven't decided if I'm going to use the internal BEC or run a SG2 with 2S lip. However, I was wondering do I put the throttle/power cable directly into the CGY750 or does it go into the receiver? The other option would be to put the cable(s) into the receiver and leave the throttle on the CGY750 open which I am guessing would requre me to change the SBUS channels to make it work.???? Any advice would be greatly appeciated!!!!
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should not matter which one, either will work as long as the port is free in the RX.
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Old 03-11-2012, 08:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks as usual Mr. Mel!
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I am also going to use this setup. Will a Scorpion 130 Commander ESC work with the CGY750 in conjunction with a magnetic sensor for the governor? Anybody use this setup? In the Futaba CGY governor setup you need to choose servo type for the throttle servo, what servo type configuration should i enter? (analog or DG1520)
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Old 03-12-2012, 12:54 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm using the Scorpion gov., I wouldn't even attempt to use the CGY750 gov. The Scorpion ESC is MUCH simpler and MUCH better that what the CGY750 can do, for electric helis, that is. When you set the CGY750 up there is a setting made for electrics. I think it is GYRO+THROTTLE instead of GYRO+GOVERNOR since the CGY750 gov will be inhibited.

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