Question about Hurricane New Gaui 200 Radio Control Helicopter - (Belt Drive) Carbon Fibe
I've got the battery pack (20C 11.1V 2100mAh) that is working perfect for hurricane 550 but only last for few minutes of flying time.
I change the battery pack for (3C 11.1V 3300mAh) in order to extend the flying time but it doesn't working at all.
The receiver and ESC are working but the blade doesn't rotate at all.
I would like to know why
it's because the 3300mAh is too big for ESC or some other problem?
can anyone help me out here
Thanks for your reply.
Finally, I've solved the problem. The battery that I've got previously produced 42 volts each and I connected two in series configuration. So the voltage add up together become 84 V for ESC.
That's why I can only fly for twice and it didn't last for long. The batteries were bubble up and really hot, basically, I busty it. Besides, the ESC is cooked.
So, I bought two brand new battery packs ( 3C 11.1V 3300mAh) and an ESC. The ESC has built in switching mode.One of the socket from ESC is connected to the switch with black and red wires were wrong way around. After I've swap it everything works. By using this way, there is no needed the extra 9V batter pack for receiver.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Typhoons form over the western Pacific Ocean. When similar storms form over the Indian Ocean they are referred to as cyclones, and in the Atlantic and eastern Pacific oceans these storms are called hurricanes.
Typhoons and hurricanes and cyclones are rated in strength according to the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. Category One hurricanes and typhoons have a sustained wind speed of 74 to 95 mph. Sustained wind speeds of 96 to 110 mph raise the hurricane/typhoon to Category Two. A Category Three hurricane/typhoon sustains wind speeds of 111 to 130 mph. At Category Four, a hurricane/typhoon has sustained wind speeds of 131 to 155 mph. When sustained wind speeds exceed 155 mph, the hurricane/typhoon is classified as a Category Five storm.
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