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YEP 60 Speed Controller for Hobbyking

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16 Jul 2022 10:49 #26007 by Ian Sapsed
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My Sebart Angel has been flying successfully on the YEP 60 Speed controller for a number of years without any problems.

On Wednesday it has now changed to a slow start up - fine if you are flying a heli, but not very useful in a plane.

I have delved into the mystical world of chinese-english instructions, you-tube videos etc and have now got a sore head.

On the internet there does seem to be a programming card (with two levels of programming)

So I was wondering if anyone else has solved a similar problem or has the two level programming card I could borrow.

OR should I now not trust the speed controller?

Constructive comments welcome

Cheers Ian

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16 Jul 2022 11:00 #26008 by John Ireland
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Ian, I have a YEP Prog Card II which belonged to Simon.O; Yours for free if you can make use of it (Simon would agree...)
I am taking it up the field today, or deliver if you are in the Wimborne area,
Cheers,
John

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16 Jul 2022 11:34 #26010 by Ian Sapsed
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Thanks John, such a speedy response.

I'll text you my address if you are passing this way. Or I can collect it from you.

many thanks
Ian

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16 Jul 2022 18:58 #26013 by Mike Seale
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While you wait for the programming card, try this...

1. Remove prop
2. Switch on transmitter and set throttle stick to full
3. Connect battery and wait for a little tune.
4. Move throttle stick to off.
5. Wait for a tune again.
6. Move throttle to full.
7. Wait for a tune.
8. Move throttle to off.

You should now hear the normal startup tune and all is reset for a fast start up.
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