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Old 08-22-2013, 08:41 PM   #1
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So I hooked up Rx voltage, RPM Sensor and Flight pack voltage. It's had Rx pack voltage sensor for some time now but never noticed this issue before.

I plugged in the Rx pack to power up the electronics. I recently put in a TT from parts I had sitting around here. Anyway. I go and touch the throttle and the motor wants to fire up. It's running off the Rx pack. If I unplug the Rx Telemetry wire it stops doing it. What's up with that? Any TM1000 users out there?

S what happens when I plug in the Flight pack of 28v. Will it transfer through and burn anything out? If it can draw to the motor it must be able to feed to the motor right?

The motor actually initializes the 2s Rx pack! WTF?

I didn't think it mattered but I had Rx & Flight pack plugged into Temp/volt input. I guess it doesn't work like that. Unplug Rx plug and it works fine.

Rx voltage is displayed anyway through the Rx/Tx bind. So not sure why I though I needed a plug anyway. Guess I got carried away soldering the other night. Lol
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Old 08-22-2013, 09:08 PM   #2
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Re: TH1000 Here's a new one!

The TM1000 has three inputs plus the S-Bus connector. Main battery voltage, rpm, and temperature so hooking up to the RX pack may have triggered some internal switching issue. You don't need to plug in your RX battery to the TM1000. Disconnect it. The RX voltage is sensed from the connection from the TM1000 to the main RX via the data connection.

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