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Old 03-18-2004, 04:08 PM   #1
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Rcpilot received your esc. today. Thanks everything was okay. Just have a question for you or anybody else that has used one. Since I don't have an instruction sheet and also I can not find one on Novak's website to download I need the following info.
1. The red and blue leads I believe are for the battery pack and the 2 loose leads red and black are for the motor. I hope this is right.
2. How do you adjust the one touch setup :
3. How many cells can be used on this and up to what current :
Any information will be greatly appreciated and I think maybe I should be in the car section but I fly models not drive them. This one is for a project I have been thinking about.
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Old 03-18-2004, 04:42 PM   #2
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Hello John,
Glad you got it. Check this link and press control F and search for Arrow, the detailed specifications are there.

6 to 8 cells, current of upto 150 AMps.

Yes, black and red for battery and the blue one for motor.

The manual is not on their site. No idea how to do the one touch setup. I got it installed in an electric cub, and was all set for Astro 05.

If you can't find helpful info here, goto and post the questions there, that is EZONE Forum.
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