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Old Oct 03, 2012, 05:01 PM
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KK2.0 and HK Blueseries ESC Calibration

Having trouble knowing what beeps to look out for when calibrating my KK2.0 to the hobbkying blueseries escs. Does anyone know what it should sound like when its time to put the throttle to mimimum??
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Old Oct 03, 2012, 06:43 PM
just gotta mess with it!
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I have a 40A Blue Series, and I recall that the tones I heard didn't exactly match the pdf manual. It's a while since I used it, but I would just wait for the first series of tones to end, maybe 3 - 5 seconds after plugging in before pulling the collective stick down. If you wait too long, it will go on to programming mode for all the other parameters in which case it's easy enough to pull the power and try again.

Good luck!
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Old Oct 04, 2012, 02:11 AM
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I had the same problem, if you don't know what beeps they make then how are you supposed to do it correctly. I ended up doing them one by one without the KK2, it's very easy just have one esc going to the power and plug it into the throttle on your receiver, throttle up on your TX connect the esc to the battery (PDB) and as soon as you hear Two beeps throttle down then you'll hear a single beep and its done. Then do the next one.
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Old Oct 04, 2012, 02:59 AM
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I had the same problem, if you don't know what beeps they make then how are you supposed to do it correctly. I ended up doing them one by one without the KK2, it's very easy just have one esc going to the power and plug it into the throttle on your receiver, throttle up on your TX connect the esc to the battery (PDB) and as soon as you hear Two beeps throttle down then you'll hear a single beep and its done. Then do the next one.
Thanks man - I think I will do it that way again
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