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Old 04-27-2008, 03:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default DX7 Binding With Gov Mode On CC35

The other day I turned off my TX before unplugging my 450 battery. So the copter started to spool up then fell over in the grass. So today I tried to set up my fail safe but could not. I am running a CC35 in gov mode so as soon as I flip throttle hold to off the 450 starts to spool up to the desired rpm.

I tried to bind the setup with the throttle hold on but the radio just kept beeping saying "warning throttle hold on" on the screen. It would bind fine if the throttle hold was off. So is there anyway to have 0 throttle on a esc that is set up for gov mode?
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Old 04-27-2008, 09:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The other day I turned off my TX before unplugging my 450 battery. So the copter started to spool up then fell over in the grass. So today I tried to set up my fail safe but could not. I am running a CC35 in gov mode so as soon as I flip throttle hold to off the 450 starts to spool up to the desired rpm.

I tried to bind the setup with the throttle hold on but the radio just kept beeping saying "warning throttle hold on" on the screen. It would bind fine if the throttle hold was off. So is there anyway to have 0 throttle on a esc that is set up for gov mode?
Check this thread for some good info on the CC35:

https://www.helifreak.com/showthread.php?t=66593

I've got mine set up this way, with a normal curve of 0-65-65-65-65. So when I power up, the ESC doesn't spool up, but as soon as I put in any throttle, away it goes. Seems to work well so far. Alternately, you could bind with this setup, then switch back to a flat curve without rebinding. This would keep the 0 failsafe. I like having the 0 throttle as well as TH, so that I don't need to turn on the TX, then TH, then the heli.
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Old 04-28-2008, 07:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You have to set the throttle curve to have a 0 point and bind, then set back to what you normally use.

But I would have 0 as my low stick point in Normal, even if you use GOV mode.
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ok, thanks for the tips guys
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