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  1. #1
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    low voltage detection? how to turn off?

    simply as the title asks how do i turn it off its on and i run nimh's so i get like 5 to 10 mins of runtime before it kicks in
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    Boneskid1

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    RTFM

    Turn on esc and radio. Then hold the esc button for like 10 sec. You'll hear a tone (descending or ascending forget which)

    Let go of button. the esc led shoild be a solid red

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    thanks much sme thing if i wnt to turn it back on?
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    Boneskid1

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    ok gotta problem it wont turn off after i tried what you said, it turns red then blinks red then turns off
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    Boneskid1

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    Make sure the esc is on and you have green led, now push the ez-button hold it until it goes off and comes back red and it beeps, don't count just keep it pressed until it beeps. if you want to turn it on again do the same thing.

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    i did in turn get it my bad i didnt hold the button down long enough lol my bad but i did work
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    Boneskid1

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    How do I turn on the low voltage detection

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    Do the same thing that they literally just said up there

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    low voltage detection how to turn off

    Thanks for the reply, I figured it out since then.

    The voltage dividers to sense the BEMF voltage didnt make proper connection. They are to be found at R23/24/26/2732/33

    Might help somebody in the future?

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    I don't know how true this is but it seems legit. The LHS clerk told me it's best to turn the LVD on and off with a charged LiPo.

    I only have one NiMH so I just set it aside and don't use it, so no back and forth for me. I may incorporate the one NiMH battery into the FPV system I'm putting together since I'm hoping to be able to move the system from car to car without having to deal with power connections.

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