Endbots Lemon-RX DESC (Dual ESC) Endbots Lemon-RX DESC (Dual ESC)

Are you looking to control an insect class combat robot or small RC robotics project? This motor driver is perfect for your needs. Our DESC is designed to handle the... Are you looking to control an insect class combat robot or small RC robotics project? This motor driver is perfect for your needs. Our DESC is designed to handle the...
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Are you looking to control an insect class combat robot or small RC robotics project? This motor driver is perfect for your needs. Our DESC is designed to handle the rigors of combat while maintaining a tiny footprint that is nearly unrivaled.

This version of the DESC comes attached to the low cost lemon-rx DSM2 receiver.  This eliminates clutter and simplifies our build.  For the version that has servo connectors attached  Click Here

 

Version 3.0 of the DESC is here!

    • Improved calibration feature
    • Smaller board size 
    • Easier to solder
    • Lost signal indication.
    • Removed the calibration button in favor of pads by popular request.

 

Features

    • Bi-directional control of 2 DC motors @ 1.6 amps continuous, 3.0 amps max
    • Braking enabled
    • 6.5v to 16.8v voltage range
    • compact size (26mm x 18mm x 3.5 mm)
    • Lightweight at ~6 grams
    • Undervoltage, overcurrent, and overtemp protection
    • Simple calibration routine (now updated!)
    • Onboard 1:1 mixing option*

 

Led Lights and what they mean (Blue LED)

    • Slow blink = Waiting for signal
    • Fast blink = calibration mode
    • Solid = powered on with signal

 

Calibration:

    • Power on the DESC with the receiver connected.  The blue light on the DESC should be solid when connected (this can take a few seconds depending on your receiver)
    • Center all the trims on your radio
    • short the two pins on the desc marked CAL
    • The blue light should start blinking quickly
    • move each stick to min and max travel
    • return the sticks to center 
    • short the CAL pin again. (the blue light should now be solid)
    • the DESC is now calibrated.

       

      *mixing is selected by entering and exiting calibration mode (note you must do the calibration procedure each time you enter calibration mode) 

      Example:
      Mixing is enabled --> Enter and exit calibration mode --> Mixing Disabled
      Mixing is disabled --> Enter and exit calibration mode --> Mixing Enabled
        
      The Endbots DESC has a 5 volt regulator that can be used to power other devices such as receivers, and other speed controllers. The voltage used depends on the current available.

      2s Lipo (~500mah current draw)
      3s Lipo (~250mah current draw)
      4s Lipo (~100mah current draw)

      If the blue light on the DESC flickers when you draw current on the 5-volt regulator, then too much current is being drawn and you either need to reduce your battery voltage or use an external BEC to power it. 

      Note: Most servos even small ones may draw too much current for the DESC to handle. We highly recommend getting an external BEC if you plan on using a servo. 

      Warning: This product can get hot enough to burn you. Take care when handling this product. 

      If you have questions relating to the DESC you can ask them in our forum here.

      Are you looking to control an insect class combat robot or small RC robotics project? This motor driver is perfect for your needs. Our DESC is designed to handle the rigors of combat while maintaining a tiny footprint that is nearly unrivaled.

      This version of the DESC comes attached to the low cost lemon-rx DSM2 receiver.  This eliminates clutter and simplifies our build.  For the version that has servo connectors attached  Click Here

       

      Version 3.0 of the DESC is here!

        • Improved calibration feature
        • Smaller board size 
        • Easier to solder
        • Lost signal indication.
        • Removed the calibration button in favor of pads by popular request.

       

      Features

        • Bi-directional control of 2 DC motors @ 1.6 amps continuous, 3.0 amps max
        • Braking enabled
        • 6.5v to 16.8v voltage range
        • compact size (26mm x 18mm x 3.5 mm)
        • Lightweight at ~6 grams
        • Undervoltage, overcurrent, and overtemp protection
        • Simple calibration routine (now updated!)
        • Onboard 1:1 mixing option*

       

      Led Lights and what they mean (Blue LED)

        • Slow blink = Waiting for signal
        • Fast blink = calibration mode
        • Solid = powered on with signal

       

      Calibration:

        • Power on the DESC with the receiver connected.  The blue light on the DESC should be solid when connected (this can take a few seconds depending on your receiver)
        • Center all the trims on your radio
        • short the two pins on the desc marked CAL
        • The blue light should start blinking quickly
        • move each stick to min and max travel
        • return the sticks to center 
        • short the CAL pin again. (the blue light should now be solid)
        • the DESC is now calibrated.

           

          *mixing is selected by entering and exiting calibration mode (note you must do the calibration procedure each time you enter calibration mode) 

          Example:
          Mixing is enabled --> Enter and exit calibration mode --> Mixing Disabled
          Mixing is disabled --> Enter and exit calibration mode --> Mixing Enabled
            
          The Endbots DESC has a 5 volt regulator that can be used to power other devices such as receivers, and other speed controllers. The voltage used depends on the current available.

          2s Lipo (~500mah current draw)
          3s Lipo (~250mah current draw)
          4s Lipo (~100mah current draw)

          If the blue light on the DESC flickers when you draw current on the 5-volt regulator, then too much current is being drawn and you either need to reduce your battery voltage or use an external BEC to power it. 

          Note: Most servos even small ones may draw too much current for the DESC to handle. We highly recommend getting an external BEC if you plan on using a servo. 

          Warning: This product can get hot enough to burn you. Take care when handling this product. 

          If you have questions relating to the DESC you can ask them in our forum here.

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