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Oct 25, 2005, 06:30 PM
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CC25 cutoff problem - (yet another one!)

CC25 will only let me reach 12 amps.

Tried using 3S 1500 battery and it would cutoff at 75% trottle. Thought I was asking to much from the battery.
Bought a 3S 2100 15C battery and it is no better.

When I switch to soft cutoff my whattmeter shows 3amps and about 35 watts. The motor starts going crazy and will hardly run.

The volts is well above 11 volts and never goes below it.
Even when I use hard cutoff I see over 11 volts and only up to 12 amps.

Himax 2025-4200 66 gear
12x6 apc prop
Hitec 555 Rx

CC25 settings
1. 9.0v cuttoff (5)
2. standard (3)
3. soft delayed brake (1)
4. auto calibrating throttle (1)
5. Standard advance timing (2)
6. soft cutoff (2) (tried hard cutoff and works better but only 50-75%)
7. soft start (2)

(note: I sent my CC25 to CC to have the firmware updated last fall.)
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Oct 25, 2005, 07:53 PM
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Patrick del Castillo's Avatar

Have you tried setting the over-current to disabled? You might be drawing more amps than you thought.

Are you measuring the voltage when under load, or after?


Oct 25, 2005, 08:08 PM
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I changed 2. Current Limiting from option (standard #3) to (Insensitive #4) and the problem goes away.

I ran it WOT and was able to pull 15 amps and 160 watts. It seemed to run smooth and produced the max throttle.

I was using the whattmeter and testing the battery underload. It never measured below 11 volts and is over 12 at rest.

Will it cause any problems leaving the Current Limiting at Insensitive?
Oct 25, 2005, 09:14 PM
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Joe Ford's Avatar
In short, long as you know your system is within specs. Current limiting only keeps you from running too large of a prop or too much current.

Oct 25, 2005, 10:59 PM
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Thanks for the info.
Would this be in spec?

3 GWS Pico (std) servos
FMA Co Pilot (Operating Current < 10 milliamps)
Motor 15 amps 160 watts (max)
Oct 26, 2005, 01:46 PM
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Joe Ford's Avatar
The FMA is going to put you over once you're in the air, BEC wise. Without that, you're fine.


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