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Reversing a Wasp 12A Esc

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Stephen Jones26/01/2012 22:19:02
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Hi ,
 
I have a wasp 12a Esc which i can not find the instructions for and i am hoping someone has them and could give me some info .
 
Is it possible to reverse the running of the motor on this Esc by programing , i known i can on some of the other Esc i have .
 
The reason i ask is because on small motors i do not use connectors i solder them directly to the Esc which is fine so long as you dont take it out of a pusher model and put it into a tractor model as i am doing , i known i could unsolder two of the motor wires and reverse them but it would be nice just to program the Esc to run in the opposite direction .
 
Cheers ,
hope someone can help
Dusty26/01/2012 22:24:48
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If it is this speed controller or from here check out the bottom of the page:
 
NOTE: This ESC does not have a reverse function.
So looks like you need a 2 min job with the soldering iron
 
In the time it takes to find the info on the web it is probably faster and easier to just swop a wire for all of a few minutes work/soldering.
 
 

Edited By Dusty on 26/01/2012 22:29:38

Stephen Jones26/01/2012 22:39:28
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Hi Dusty ,
 
No its not a brc unless it`s a re-brand , i do know Wasp did a range of motors and Esc .
Still would be nice if i can program it just in-case i may want to reverse it again .

Dusty26/01/2012 23:00:25
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I can only think of or relate "wasp" branded stuff to BRC... Just my 2 penny...
 
Have you a picture of the ESC? I might have a idea or a solution...
Stephen Jones26/01/2012 23:14:13
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Hi,
here said picture ,

John Cole27/01/2012 10:14:30
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What I do is to check direction of rotation using a connector block before I solder up (the kind here you push wires in from either side, with a screw to retain each wire).
 
Then mark the pairs when you have got the motor running the right way.
 
Then solder.
Steve Hargreaves - Moderator27/01/2012 10:23:19
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Use connectors & then swap any two motor/ESC wires to revers the motor....Simple...

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