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DJI A2 motor test

Started by Davie12, Saturday,September 02, 2017, 19:56:05

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Davie12

Hi all,
  This will be my first ever post, no doubt many more to follow.

I';m a total noob.

I';ve been given a DJI s1000, without a radio
So I';ve been trying to test the fight system.
I';ve plugged the A2 into my PC and upgraded the firmware.

However I want to do a motor test. But get no
Response from them when I click the test button.

Sorry if this is posted in the wrong place.

Cheers in advance.
Dave

hoverfly

First thing  props off!!  Although not familiar with the A2 I would say there is  failsafe setting  if no radio has been bound to the f/c it won';t  play ball, also you will need to connect a battery. :smiley:
Reptile folder , alien 500 , F/ Shark Attitudes,
 .Tarot 650, Air-rio Kinetic.. DX9  Various wings and planks.. Taranis x9D+..Mavic..Armattan.. Chameleion...
Massive over draught.....

Davie12

Thanks for the quick response hoverfly.

Is there anyway to test the motors without them being connected to the flight controller.


hoverfly

Sunday,September 03, 2017, 10:01:12 #3 Last Edit: Sunday,September 03, 2017, 10:08:29 by hoverfly
One way to test them is to take the signal wires from the esc and plug them into a receiver, or a servo tester. However to do this you will need a radio, and with the servo tester a separate ubec power supply as i suspect the DJI  esc are opto ..
Not that helpful i';m afraid,  I had a quick trawl through various forums and it seems lots of people have had this problem, try resetting the minimum signal to motors  in the assistant. :crossfingers:

edit, do you have dji esc?
Reptile folder , alien 500 , F/ Shark Attitudes,
 .Tarot 650, Air-rio Kinetic.. DX9  Various wings and planks.. Taranis x9D+..Mavic..Armattan.. Chameleion...
Massive over draught.....

Davie12

Sunday,September 03, 2017, 13:06:09 #4 Last Edit: Sunday,September 03, 2017, 18:20:42 by Davie12
Yes I think.
The esc is attached under the motor.
I';ve taken it apart and on the board states
E800 EVO BLDC V8 the motors are 4114 pro

I';m just checking for any breaks in the ground and signal wires.

edit:
If i understand the "term opto" then yes I believe they are. they have a separate connector for power.