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Re: Channel mixing [TANKS]
Tue, 4 Oct 2005 07:50:21 +0200 (CEST)
At the moment I'm using an ESC for my turret rotate windshieldwiper motor.
Its rated up to 10 cells (12V) with a peak current of 180A. I bought it
for around 50EUR = 60$ It doesnt even get warm when I use it for 10
These ESC's seem to go up in price exponentially when you want to use them
for larger moters. The good part about the ESC's is that some of them
have a BEC output: 6V 2A max to power your receiver/servo's!
(It's item 225072 - 89 on www,conrad.nl)
All in all it's hard to beat the Anvilus in price or performance!
> you WILL melt/blow up the super roosters the are meant for much smaller
> motors they are meant for no where near as much power as one of these
>>From: Grant Mahalek <gmahalek-at-shaw.ca>
>>Subject: Re: Channel mixing [TANKS]
>>Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 07:05:24 -0600
>>I just read about an idea like this that used two Novak Super Rooster RC
>>car ESC's with reverse and a mixer on a battlebot site.
>>So...Matthew, Marc do think this will work? I'll back track through my
>>search and see if I can find the battlebot site.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Matthew Runhart
>> To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com
>> Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 4:51 AM
>> Subject: RE: Channel mixing [TANKS]
>>set it up for a "V-tail"aircraft or"elevon mixing" it should be in the
>>manual as one or the other
>>left elevon or elevator=left track
>>right elevon or elevator=right track
>>you will still need a way to power the motors though
>>i attached a v-tail aircraft for an example as to how it works
>>there is also an easier option you car buy a "V-tail mixer" or a "elevon-
>>mixer" it will automatically mix them and you can plug speed controls or
>>servos into them
>> >According to the specs, my Sanwa RD6000 transmitter allows channel
>> >for airplane and helicopter control.
>> >I wondered if a setting could be possible where two channels are mixed
>> >steering a tracked vehicle? The tx manual doesn't mention the mixing
>> >subject, so ... anyone?
>> >The reason I'm asking is that I found a 2 channel mixer board in the
>> >catalogue (well known in Europe, item nr. 225231-81 on www.conrad.nl)
>> >only 17,95 euros. The text states that it is suitable for planes with
>> >V-system (?) and tracked vehicles. It controls servo's, so would this
>> >eliminate the H-bridge set up and all (or would the board contain this
>> >Would the tx channel mixing have the same result or am I overlooking
>> >Marc ''amps and volts are for welding'' M.
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