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herman
2017.06.01, 05:28 AM
just got a hold of one... and after searching... found the instructions...

click here (http://kopropo.com/america/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Setting_card_forMINIZ_SS_E.pdf)

above are instructions for the mr02 module and dnano...
anybody know what the factory settings are for the mr03?


①Data Memory Number
The memory data specified is loaded and saved to the setting card. Eight memory data (1~8) can be retained.

②Load Memory / Save Memory
Press and hold the minus key to load (LD-) the saved data. Press and hold the plus key to save (SAV+) the data. Hold the key until OK is displayed.

③Receive Data / Transmit Data
Press and hold the minus key to receive (RX-) data to the devise. You must save the data to keep it in the setting card. Press and hold the plus key to transmit (TX+) the data on devise to the Mini-Z. Hold the key until OK is displayed.

④Gain (# GAIN)
Holding property of the steering servo is changed. Using the +/- keys, you can adjust the 3 strengths (Min, Mid, Strong). This changes the strength that the servo will keep its position.

⑤Speed (#SPEED)
Change the operational speed of the steering servo. Using the +/- keys, you can adjust the 5 speeds (Slow, 2, 3, 4, Fast).

⑥Punch (#PUNCH)
Change the rate of reaction of the initial movement of the steering servo. Using the +/- keys, you can adjust the punch with 10 different settings from 1 (Low) to 10 (High). When the setting is low, the movement is similar to an analog servo. Adjust to gain the proper control for your settings.

⑦Deadband (#D.BAND)
Configure the width of the neutral zone of the steering servo. Using the +/- keys, you can adjust the 3 widths (Narrow and Wide).

⑧Dampening (#DUMP)
Change the property of the steering servo when it comes back to neutral. Using the +/- keys, you can set it to Smooth or Over. Smooth setting rolls the servo back to neutral and the Over setting applies a brake before returning to neutral, but the movement remains unchanged.

⑨Motor Drive Frequency (#DRVFREQ)
Motor drive frequency of the throttle is changed. Using the +/- keys, you can adjust the 3 drive frequency settings. Mini-Z settings are 1.2/2.5/5.0KHz and d-nano settings are 1.1/2.3/4.8KHz. A low frequency increase torque but decreases runtime and a high frequency gives more runtime.

⑩Neutral Width (#NUTWIDE)
The width of the neutral zone of the throttle trigger can be adjusted. Using the +/- keys, you can configure 3 different widths Narrow, Mid and Wide.

⑪Inertia (#INERTIA)
Adjust the forward movement once the throttle is released. The 5 settings are Strong, 2, 3, 4 and OFF. A setting of Strong slows the carís roll the quickest and OFF allows the car to roll.

⑫Steering Gyro Gain (#ST.GAIN)
The effectiveness of the steering gyro for the d-nano is adjusted. Using the +/- keys, you can adjust the 5 phases OFF, 2, 3, 4 and Strong. The Strong setting will produce the most steering correction by the gyro. Cannot be used with Mini-Z.

⑬Throttle Gyro Gain (#TH.GAIN)
The effectiveness of the throttle gyro for the d-nano is adjusted. Using the +/- keys, you can adjust the 5 phases OFF, 2, 3, 4 and Strong. The Strong setting will produce the most thorttle correction by the gyro. Cannot be used with Mini-Z.


i turned the multi setting adjuster with the mr03 setting card on... and compared to the instructions i noticed that it looked like it had an additional setting... in between inertia and st.gain.... baktime - just guessing time to go into reverse? and it had the following settings....

Data mem#1
ld- sav+
rx- tx+
gain mid
speed fast
punch 2
d. band mid
dump over
drvfreq low
nutwide mid
inertia off
baktime 2
st gain 90
th gain 60

so are these the standard factory settings? you can save up to 8 different settings and "load" them into your car... pretty neat... what settings do you use?

thanks for any reply...