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Model (Regular)
FLYFUN 30A V5
FLYFUN 40A V5
FLYFUN 60A V5
FLYFUN 80A V5
FLYFUN 120A V5
Model (HV)
FLYFUN 110A HV V5
FLYFUN 110A HV OPTO V5
FLYFUN 130A HV OPTO V5
FLYFUN 160A HV OPTO V5
Cont. Current
30A
40A
60A
80A
120A
Cont. Current
110A
110A
130A
160A
Peak Current
45A
60A
80A
100A
150A
Peak Current
140A
140A
160A
200A
Input Voltage
Input Voltage Weight
32g
44g
73.5g
92g
93g
Weight
180g
170g
221.5g
221.5g
Size (L*W*H)
50x25.4x12mm
47x28x14mm
68.8x34.6x18mm
69.8x34.6x19.2mm
77.2x34.6x19.2mm
Size (L*W*H)
92.7x45.6x27mm
92.7x45.6x27mm
110x50.3x33.2mm
110x50.3x33.2mm
BEC Output
BEC Output
5.2V / 6.0V / 7.4V Adjustable, Continuous / Peak Current of 10A / 25A (Switch-mode)
No
No
No
3-6S LiPo
2-4S LiPo
5.2V/6V/7.4V Adjustable, Continuous/Peak Current of 8A/20A (Switch-mode)
5.1V / 6.0V Adjustable, Continuous / Peak Current of 3A / 7A (Switch-mode)
6-14S LiPo
Motor
Battery
Electronic Speed Controller
Motor
Battery
Electronic Speed Controller
Motor
Battery
Electronic Speed Controller
01
Warnings
03
Specifications
04
User Guide
02
Features
05
ESC Programming
06
Programmable Items
07
Troubleshooting & Multiple Protections
Connections
CAUTIONS
Thank you for purchasing this HOBBYWING product! Brushless power systems can be
very dangerous. Any improper use may cause personal injury and damage to the
product and related devices. We strongly recommend reading through this user
manual before use. Because we have no control over the use, installation, or
maintenance of this product, no liability may be assumed for any damages or losses
resulting from the use of the product. We do not assume responsibility for any losses
caused by unauthorized modifications to our product. Besides, we have the right to
modify our product design, appearance, features and usage requirements without
notification. We, HOBBYWING, are only responsible for our product cost and nothing
else as result of using our product.
ATTENTION
1
External Capacitor Module (also called Cappack) Wiring (Optional)
2
Program your ESC with a LED Program Box
1
Program your ESC with the Transmitter
2
ESC/Radio Calibration
3
Turn on the
transmitter and move
the throttle stick to
the top position.
Connect a battery to
the ESC; the motor will
sound “123” to
indicate the ESC is
normally powered on.
Then the motor will
beep two short beeps to
indicate the maximum
throttle endpoint is
accepted.
Move the throttle stick to the
bottom position within 5 seconds
after the two short beeps, the
minimum throttle position will be
accepted 1 second later.
The motor will beep
“Number” beeps to
indicate the number
of LiPo cells you
have plugged in.
The motor will beep a
long beep to indicate
the calibration is
complete.
Normal Start-up Process
4
Turn on the transmitter, and then move
the throttle stick to the bottom position.
After connected the ESC to a battery, the motor will emit
123” to indicate the ESC is normally powered on.
The motor will emit several beeps
to indicate the number of LiPo cells.
The motor emits a long beep to
indicate the ESC is ready to go.
The ESC didn’t work after it was powered on while
the motor kept beeping.
“BB, BB, BB……”
The input voltage was beyond the operating
voltage range of the ESC.
Adjust the power-on voltage and ensure it’s in the
operating voltage range of the ESC.
The ESC didn’t work after it was powered on while
the motor kept beeping.
“B-, B-, B-, B-……”
The ESC didn’t receive any throttle signal
from the receiver.
Check if the transmitter and receiver are well bound,
if any poor connection exists between the ESC and receiver.
The ESC didn’t work after it was powered on while
the motor kept beeping.
“B, B, B, B……”
The throttle stick has not been moved to
the bottom position.
Move the throttle stick to the bottom position and calibrate
the throttle range.
The ESC didn’t work after the throttle calibration
while the motor kept beeping.
“B, B, B, B……” The throttle range you set was too narrow. Re-calibrate the throttle range.
The motor “stuttered” during the flight. It would resume the
normal operation if the throttle input was below 60%
but re-start to stutter if the throttle input was over 60%.
The motor started to beep when it stopped spinning.
“BB, BB, BB……” or
“BBBB, BBBB……”
The ESC thermal protection has been activated.
Improve the heat dissipating condition (i.e. add a cooling
fan) or reduce the ESC load.
The ESC output suddenly reduced to 50% during the flight,
the motor kept beeping after the flight completed but the
battery was still connected to the ESC.
“BBB, BBB, BBB……” The low-voltage cutoff protection has been activated.
Change another pack; lower down the cutoff voltage or
disable the LVC protection (we do not recommend this).
Troubles Warning Tones Causes Solutions
• Read through the manuals of all power devices and aircraft and ensure the power configuration is
rational before using this unit.
• Ensure all wires and connections are well insulated before connecting the ESC to related devices,
as short circuit will damage your ESC.
• Ensure all devices are well connected, in order to prevent poor connections that may cause your
aircraft to lose control or other unpredictable issues like damage to the device. If necessary,
please use a soldering iron with enough power to solder all input/output wires and connectors.
• Never get the motor locked up during high-speed rotation, otherwise the ESC may get destroyed
and may also get your motor damaged. (Note: move the throttle stick to the bottom position or
disconnect the battery immediately if the motor really gets locked up.)
• Never use this unit in the extremely hot weather or continue to use it when it gets really hot.
Because high temperature will activate the ESC thermal protection or even damage your ESC.
• Always disconnect and remove batteries after use, as the ESC will continue to consume current if it`s
still connected to batteries. Long-time contact will cause batteries to completely discharge and result
in damage to batteries or/and ESC. This will not be covered under warranty.
• When using EDF airplanes, the “Normal Start-up” mode is not avaialbe due to the characteristics of
the ducted fan & motor. If the diameter of the ducted fan is between 75mm to 90mm (90mm is not
included), pls ensure to select the “Soft Start-up” or “Very Soft start-up” mode. If the diameter of
the ducted fan is 90mm or above, then pls ensure to select the “Very Soft start-up” mode.
• ESC which features a high performance 32-bit ARM M4 microprocessor (with a running frequency of up to 72MHz) is compatible with various brushless motors.
• Microprocessor powered by a separate DC regulator has better anti-interference performance greatly reduces the possibility of losing control.
• DEO (Driving Efficiency Optimization) Technology greatly improves throttle response & driving efficiency and reduces ESC temperature.
• Built-in high-power BEC with output voltage adjustable among 5.2V, 6.0V and 7.4V. The BEC module is separate from other circuits on the ESC, so the normal BEC output can be guaranteed (when issue like burnt
power board happens) to allow users to get the aircraft back before crash. (Note: the FLYFUN 130A/160A HV OPTO V5 doesn’t have this function.)
• Normal/Soft/Very Soft start-up modes are compatible with regular propeller airplanes and EDF jet airplanes (pls ensure to select the “Very Soft Start-up” mode when using EDF jet airplanes).
• Separate programming cable for connecting ESC to a LED program box and allows users to program the ESC anytime, anywhere. (For detailed info, please refer to the user manual of HOBBYWING LED program box.)
• Normal/proportional/reverse brake modes (esp. reverse brake mode) can effectively shorten the landing distance for the aircraft. (Note: the FLYFUN 130A/160A-HV-OPTO-V5 doesn’t have this function.)
• Multiple protection features like start-up, ESC thermal, capacitor thermal, over-current, over-load, abnormal input voltage and throttle signal loss effectively prolong the service life of the ESC.
There are two ways to program the ESC. One way is to program it with a LED program box; the other way is to program it with the transmitter. The ESC has many programmable items, so we recommend using
the LED program box to do the ESC programming.
• Plug the programming cable (on your ESC) into the programming port on the LED
program box.
• (With a battery connected to your ESC), after connected a LED program box to the ESC,
you need to disconnect the battery first and then reconnect it to the ESC to enter the
programming mode to check and set parameters.
The portable program box is an optional accessory applicable for field use. Its friendly
interface makes the ESC programming easy and quick. Connect a battery to your ESC after
connecting a LED program box to the ESC, all programmable items will show up a few
seconds later. You can select the item you want to program and the setting you want to
choose via “ITEM” & “VALUE” buttons on the program box, and then press the “OK”
button to save all new settings to your ESC.
Attention! You need to power your ESC off and then on after adjusting parameters.
Otherwise, new parameters won’t take effect.
For the FLYFUN 80A/120A-V5, its BEC load capacity may be insufficient when using high power servos. In that case, we suggest connecting the stock external cappack to the BEC’s output end (i.e. any idle
channel on the receiver *note 1) in parallel. Users can check if the BEC is working in overload condition by the following method: keep moving relevant throttle sticks (that control servos) to start/stop those
servos and change directions quickly to see if the receiver or flight control system (if exists) will be restarted during the process. If restart occurs, then it means that the sudden load of the electronic system
exceeds the BEC’s output capability and an external cappack is needed.
Note 1: if there is no vacant channel on the receiver, then users can connect a short, thick Y cable (as thin, long cable may affect the capacitor’s performance, so we don’t recommend it) to the BEC’s output
wires in parallel.
Throttle Signal Cable (Long White/Red/Black Tri-color Cable): plug it into the TH channel on the receiver or flight
controller. The White wire is for transmitting throttle signals, the Red & Black wires are BEC output wires.
Reverse Brake Signal Wire (Yellow Wire): it must be plugged into any vacant channel on the receiver
(when using the Reverse Brake mode) to control the ON/OFF of the Reverse Brake function.
Programming Cable (Short White/Red/Black Tri-color Cable): connect it to a LED program box if users want to program the ESC.
ATTENTION
30A · 40A · 60A · 80A · 120A · 110A HV
110A HV OPTO ·130A HV OPTO ·160A HV OPTO

USER MANUAL

Brushless Electronic Speed Controller
Please carry out the mentioned test before trial flight, and keep the output signals from throttle channel at 0% throttle during the test.
1. Wiring
2. ESC Programming via the Transmitter (Throttle Stick)
I. Enter the Programming
Turn on the transmitter, move the throttle stick to the top position, and connect
a battery to the ESC, 2 seconds later, the motor will beep ”B-B-” first, then emit
“56712”5 seconds later to indicate that you are in the ESC programming mode.
III. Select Parameter Values
The motor will beep different kinds of beeps circularly, move the throttle stick to the top position after you
hear some kind of beeps will get you to the corresponding parameter value, then you’ll hear the motor emit
“1515 ” to indicate the value is saved, then get back to “Select Parameter Items” and continue to select other
parameter items that you want to adjust.
VI. Exit the Programming
Move the throttle stick to the bottom position within 3 seconds after you hear two long beeps and two short
beeps (emitting from the motor) can get you exit the programming mode. The motor beeps “Number” beeps
to indicate the number of LiPo cells you have plugged in, and then a long beep to indicate the power system is
ready to go.
II. Select Parameter Items
After entering the programming, you’ll hear the following 12 kinds of beeps
circularly. Move the throttle stick to the bottom position within 3 seconds after
you hear some kind of beeps, you’ll enter the corresponding parameter item.
1. “B-”, Brake Type (1 Short B)
2. “B-B-”, Brake Force (2 Short Bs)
3. “B-B-B-”, Voltage Cutoff Type (3 Short Bs
4. “B-B-B-B-”, LiPo Cells (4 Short Bs)
5. “B——”, Cutoff Voltage (1 Long B)
6. “B——B-”, BEC Voltage (1 Long B & 1 Short B)
7. “B——B-B-”, Start-up Mode (1 Long B & 2 Short Bs)
8. “B——B-B-B-”, Timing (1 Long B & 3 Short Bs)
9. “B——B-B-B-B-”, Motor Direction (1 Long B & 4 Short Bs)
10. “B——B——”, Freewheeling (2 Long Bs)
11. “B——B——B-”, Factory Reset (2 Long Bs & 1 Short B)
12. “B——B——B-B-”, Exit (2 Long Bs & 2 Short Bs)
Note: A long “B——” equals to 5 short “B-”, so a long “B——” and a short
“B-” represent the 6th item in “Select Parameter Items”.
1
B-
2
B-B-
3
B-B-B-
4
B-B-B-B-
5
B——
6
B——B-
7
B——B-B-
8
B——B-B-B-
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
Normal
Level 1
Hard
3S
6S
2.8V
6.0V
Soft
CCW
Off
Proportional
Level 2
4S
8S
3.0V
7.4V
Very Soft
Reverse
Level 3
5S
10S
3.2V
12°
Level 4
6S
12S
3.4V
15°
Level 5
14S
3.6V
20°
Level 6
3.8V
25°
Level 7
30 °
4 LiPo Cells Auto Calc.
Values (Bs)
Items
Brake Type
Brake Force
Voltage Cutoff Type
Cutoff Voltage
BEC Voltage
Start-up Mode
Timing
Motor Direction
Freewheeling
Disabled
Disabled
Soft
Disabled
5.2V
Normal
CW
On
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
Normal
Level 1
Hard
3S
6S
2.8V
6.0V
Soft
CCW
Disabled
Proportional
Level 2
4S
8S
3.0V
7.4V
Very Soft
Reverse
Level 3
5S
10S
3.2V
12°
Level 4
6S
12S
3.4V
15°
Level 5
14S
3.6V
20°
Level 6
3.8V
25°
Level 7
30 °
4 LiPo Cells Auto Calc.
Values (Bs)
Items
Brake Type
Brake Force
Voltage Cutoff Type
Cutoff Voltage
BEC Voltage
Start-up Mode
Timing
Motor Direction
Freewheeling
Disabled
Disabled
Soft
Disabled
5.2V
Normal
CW
Enabled
Regular
HV
1. Brake Type
Normal Brake: After selected this option, the brake function will be activated when you move the throttle stick to the bottom position. In this mode, the brake amount equals to the brake force you’ve preset.
Proportional Brake: After selected this option, the throttle range of 20% to 100% (on the transmitter) will correspond to the ESC throttle output of 0% to 100% while the throttle range of 20% to 0% (on the
transmitter) will correspond to the brake force of 0 to 100%.
Reverse Brake: After selected this option, the Reverse Brake signal wire (its signal range must be the same as the throttle range) must to be plugged into any vacant channel on the receiver, and you can control the
motor direction via that channel. The channel range of 0-50% is the default motor direction, the channel range of 50% to 100% will cause the motor to spin counterclockwise. The channel stick should be within
the channel range of 0-50% (0 would be better) when the first time you power on the ESC. After the Reverse function is activated, the motor will stop first and then spin in the reversed direction and then increase to
the speed corresponding to the throttle input. Either signal loss, no matter reverse brake signal loss or throttle signal loss during the flight, can cause the throttle signal loss protection to be activated.
2. Brake Force
This item is adjustable from level 1 to level 7. The higher the level, the stronger the braking effect. It’s only effect in the “Normal brake” mode.
3. Voltage Cutoff Type
Soft Cutoff: After selected this option, the ESC will gradually reduce the output to 50% of the full power in 3 seconds after the low-voltage cutoff protection is activated.
Hard Cutoff: After selected this option, the ESC will immediately cut off the output when the low-voltage cutoff protection is activated.
4. LiPo Cells:
The ESC will automatically calculate the number of LiPo cells you have plugged in as per the “3.7V/Cell” rule if “Auto Calc.” is selected, or you can set this item manually.
5. Cutoff Voltage
This item is adjustable from 2.8V to 3.8V (they are the cutoff voltages for one cell); or you can disable it if necessary.
6. BEC Voltage
This item is adjustable among 5.2V, 6.0V and 7.4V.
7. Start-up Mode
Normal Start-up: After selected this option, the motor will immediately start spinning and then quickly reach to the corresponding speed when you move the throttle stick from bottom position to top position.
Soft Start-up: After selected this option, the motor will slowly start spinning and then quickly reach to the corresponding speed when you move the throttle stick from bottom position to top position.
Very Soft Start-up: After selected this option, the motor will slowly (slower than in “Soft Start-up Mode”) start spinning and then quickly reach to the corresponding speed when you move the throttle stick from
bottom position to top position. We recommend selecting the “Soft Start-up” or “Very Soft Start-up” mode when you are flying an airplane with a big-sized ducted fan. Please ensure to select the “Very Soft
Start-up” mode if the diameter of the ducted fan on your airplane is over 90mm.
8. Timing
This item is adjustable from 0 degree to 30 degrees.
9. Motor Rotation
This item allows you to adjust the rotation direction of your motor between CW and CCW.
10. Freewheeling
This item is adjustable between “Enabled” and “Disabled”. With it enabled, you can have better throttle linearity or smoother throttle response.
Multiple Protections
1. Start-up Protection:
The ESC will monitor the motor speed during the start-up process. When the speed stops increasing or the speed increase is not stable, the ESC will take it as a start-up failure. At that time, if the throttle amount is
less than 15%, the ESC will try to restart automatically; if it is larger than 20%, you need to move the throttle stick back to the bottom position first and then restart the ESC.
(Possible causes of this problem: poor connection/ disconnection between the ESC and motor wires, propellers are blocked, etc.)
2. ESC Thermal Protection:
The motor will “stutter” when the ESC temperature goes above 110 to indicate that the ESC thermal protection is activated. If lower down the throttle input to below 60% at this moment, the “stuttering” will
disappear and the ESC will output the corresponding power. The motor will re-start to “stutter” if the throttle input exceeds 60%. In this condition, disconnect the battery first and then re-connect it to the ESC after
the ESC cools down (the ESC temperature cannot exceed 70, otherwise it cannot be started), it will resume the normal operation.
3. Throttle Signal Loss Protection:
When the ESC detects loss of signal for over 0.25 second, it will cut off the output immediately to avoid an even greater loss which may be caused by the continuous high-speed rotation of propellers or rotor blades.
The ESC will resume the corresponding output after normal signals are received.
4. Overload Protection:
The ESC will cut off the power/output or automatically restart itself when the load suddenly increases to a very high value.
(Possible cause to the sudden load increase is that propellers are blocked or the motor and the ESC are out of sync.)
5. Over-current Protection:
The ESC will cut off the output immediately when the peak current exceeds the regulated value, and then restart to resume the output. If the current continues to go above the regulated value, then the output will
be completely cut off. This protection may be activated by the burnt motor or some others.
Throttle Signal Cable
How to add an external cappack to the connections
Attention! The default throttle range of this ESC is from 1100µs to 1940µs (Futaba’s standard); users need to calibrate the throttle range when they start to use a new FLYFUN brushless ESC or another transmitter.
• •
Note:
different ESCs have different default settings, please take the default settings
of each ESC as the standard.)
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Hobbywing FlyFun V5 – specifikationer

Allmänt
Varumärke Hobbywing
Modell FlyFun V5
Produkt Radiostyrda leksaker
EAN 6938994402705
Språk Engelsk
Filtyp PDF
Strömtillförsel
Högsta kontinuerliga strömstyrka 120 A
Högsta tillfälliga strömstyrka 150 A
Batteriavskiljande krets (BEC) – utspänning 5.2 V,6 V,7.4 V
Egenskaper
Kompatibelt batteri, minsta antal batterier 3
Högsta antal celler för kompatibelt batteri 6
Anslutningstyp 4 mm
Plätering på anslutningskontakter Guld
AWG kabelstorlek 12
Produktens färg Svart
Typ av elektronisk varvtalskontroll (ESC) Borstlös
Kompatibelt batteri teknik Litium Polymer (LiPo)
Kompatibilitet -
Produkttyp ESC
Brand kompatibilitet Hobbywing
Komponent för Universal
Vikt & dimension
Vikt 93 g
Bredd 77.2 mm
Djup 34.6 mm
Höjd 19.2 mm
Sladdlängd 150 mm
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