Loads the configurator tool fields with the recommended settings for the desired drivetrain application. Two mode options exist, Normal mode and Reversible mode.
Motor drive specific settings.
The desired direction in which the motor should operate.
The intensity of the initial voltage applied to the motor when spooling up from stand-still.
Increased timing advance can reduce ESC running temperatures for some motors. The recommended setting is auto.
Forces the output frequency to the motor. Recommended is auto setting enabled where possible.
Throttle specific settings.
Acceleration and braking rates for the ESC, which are applied on every change of throttle input to the ESC.
Sets the middle dead zone when using reversible mode. Taken as a percentage of the endpoint range.
Settings related to the limits of the ESC and responses.
The upper current limit the ESC can reach on the input from the power supply. Configurable from 150 to 200 Amps, depending on the ESC model.
The temperature limit for the ESC as measured internally. Configurable to ranges from 70 to 120 degrees Celsius.
The requested ESC response to an over-temperature event.
Advanced settings for the ESC.
Toggle the output of telemetry on T pin. The telemetry output format will be dictated by the type setting.
Change the type of telemetry that is output by the T pin on the ESC. The options are:
DShot/Betaflight Telemetry: Standard DShot telemetry format used by most flight controllers. Requires a DShot signal input to request the telemetry before it is transmitted.
PWM Telemetry: Forces the output of the DShot telemetry format at 1Hz. Each transmission is terminated with 2 stop bytes, and has the following format:
RPM Output: Outputs a pulse for each complete electrical revolution of the motor. Pulses per minute indicate electrical RPM, which can be converted to mechanical RPM by dividing with the motors pole pairs. This can be used with Governor systems.
Applies a small ramp rate that can lower the effect of a start-up on fragile drive trains.
Toggles whether the ESC will forcefully brake the motor when a zero command is given (enabled), or allowing the motor to freewheel to a stop (disabled)
Toggle the audible beeps from the motor.
Set the endpoints that are used when the ESC is driven using a PWM input throttle signal