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【R3版】Basic ESC【最新リビジョン】


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/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// 水中ドローン社公式ストアにお越しくださり、誠にありがとうございます。 <<産業用水中ドローンの国内トッププロバイダー>> “夢と感動の水中テクノロジー企業”水中ドローン社 <<米Blue Robotics社の日本における正規の販売店なのでご購入後も安心>> ※15時までのご注文確定で当日発送(日曜・祝日を除く)いたします。ご注文急増時は翌日以降の発送となる場合がございます。お急ぎの場合は電話・メールでお問い合わせください。 A simple bidirectional electronic speed controller for the T200 Thruster. It’s based on the BLHeli ESC design with upgraded features and performance! SKU: BESC30-R3 HS Code: 8504.40.40 <Product Description> An electronic speed controller (ESC) is necessary to run any three-phase brushless motor like Blue Robotics’ thrusters and motors. This 30 amp ESC is sufficient for the T200 thruster and runs the BLHeli_S firmware. <Key Features> ・Simple, robust brushless electronic speed controller ・Compact form factor ・Forward/reverse rotation direction for forward/reverse thrust ・Customizable settings in an easy-to-use interface ・High-efficiency, low-heat design optimized for minimal cooling environments <Contents> ・1 x Basic ESC - 3D Models BESC30-R3 (.zip) → https://cad.bluerobotics.com/BESC30-R3.zip - Documents BLHeli_S Version 16.x manual (.pdf) → https://bluerobotics.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/BLHeli_S-manual-SiLabs-Rev16.x.pdf BLHeli_BRBasicESC-R_H_15-Rev.16.6-Multi_170921 (.ini) → https://cad.bluerobotics.com/BLHeli_BRBasicESC-R_H_15-Rev.16.6-Multi_170921.ini - Revision History 9 November 2017 ・R3 - Initial Release <Guides> - Safety When working with electricity, especially in water, always practice caution. Always ensure that connections are secure and watertight. Keep your body away from spinning motors and propellers. - Quick Start 1. Connect the three motor phase wires to the three motor wires. The order does not matter, the motor will spin with the wires connected in any configuration. However, switching any two wires will change the direction of the motor. 2. Connect the red power wire and black ground wire to a battery or other power source. With a motor connected, you will hear three beeps in rising pitch indicating the ESC is powered on. 3. Connect the signal cable to your signal source like an RC radio receiver or microcontroller board. The white wire is the signal wire. 4. Send a stopped signal (1500 microseconds) for a few seconds to initialize the ESC. You will hear two tones indicating initialization, and then you can send a signal from 1100-1900 µs to operate the thruster. 1500–1900 µs for forward thrust, 1100–1500 µs for reverse. - Installation and Thermal Considerations Like all ESCs, the Basic ESC can generate a significant amount of heat when operated. It’s important to consider this when mounting and operating the ESC to ensure that it is not damaged by overheating. Most of the heat is generated in the MOSFETs, which are underneath the blue aluminum heat spreader. Here are a few helpful tips: 1. If possible, make sure the heat spreader is exposed to free air or attached to a larger heat sink. 2. Do not use any adhesives that may insulate the heat generating components, such as silicone sealant. - Guides Basic ESC R3 Example Code for Arduino→https://bluerobotics.com/learn/basicesc-r3-example-code-for-arduino/ Control the Basic ESC with the Arduino Serial Monitor→https://bluerobotics.com/learn/controlling-basic-esc-with-the-arduino-serial-monitor/ Control the Basic ESC with a Potentiometer and Arduino→https://bluerobotics.com/learn/guide-for-controlling-the-basic-esc-with-a-potentiometer/ Control the Basic ESC with an RC Transmitter→https://bluerobotics.com/learn/control-the-basic-esc-with-an-rc-transmitter/ Thruster Usage Guide→https://bluerobotics.com/learn/thruster-usage-guide/ ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////