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Old 08-20-2021, 05:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help. RPM sensor connection with satellite rx

My setup. T-REX 470, Microbeast + w/ kensun satellite to sideboard and a bl50x esc.

Will a phasing sensor work by connecting the power leads to port DI1 and the signal to the RPM port?

Then I would be able to use the MB's governor. Currently, I'm using the 50x gov with a 40% flat curve (no 3d yet). I know get a HW esc, so simple. Though Id like to hear from experience. Seems the MB gov has more options like fast respooling after TH for autorotation practice.

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Old 08-20-2021, 08:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I havenít tried it myself, but I think it should work just fine.

The BeastX wiki indicates the reason they want their BXA76013 phase sensor connected to the side pin board (using an adapter cable) is because the standard RPM port can't supply power. All three pins on that port are for data only. I guess they figured some sort of split adapter cable to use the standard ports wouldnít appeal to most customers.

If you fabricate a custom cable as you've suggested, there's no reason why you canít get power for a phase sensor from any servo port you wish and connect the phase sensor's RPM output to the standard RPM port. Just make sure the phase sensor you use can handle the same voltage you're providing to the Microbeast Plus, servos, etc.

Please let us know how it turns out.

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Old 08-21-2021, 12:02 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Sweet. Thanks John.

Just got done with a little front yard touch and goes. This is my first real fun, started way back with a blade cpx with wood blades, didn't go well.

This machine rocks. The sound of the blades reminds me of the SH-60 Seahawks doing flight deck quaIs on FFG's and DDG's. I was just about to test the outputs. Looking at this sensor https://www.hobbywingdirect.com/prod...iant=219217336

Have a great weekend!
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