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4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller

Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

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4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

  • 4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


    Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

    Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


    In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

    Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

    Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


    Important Notice:

    Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

    Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

    Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

    Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


    Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

    Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

    Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
    phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

    Run the VESC®-Tool software.


     

    Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

     


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

     


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

    This is the next screen you will see.


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


    Now we will configure the slave VESC.

    Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


     Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


    Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


    Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
    Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

    Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

4. Input Setup Wizard for multiple VESCs via CAN-Bus, using a PPM signal radio controller


Submitted by frank on Tue, 2017-10-03 19:50

Configuration of your VESC® or VESC® based ESC using the VESC®-Tool Software.


In this tutorial we will configure multiple genuine VESC® motor controllers, using a CAN bus link cable. We will use a PPM signal based radio controller and will run the VESCs in Current No Reverse with Brake mode.

Make sure to use the latest VESC-Tool version!

Download from http://www.vesc-project.com/vesc_tool


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_intro


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_wiring


Important Notice:

Run the Motor Setup Wizard on each VESC first.

Never connect a receiver or other devices to multiple VESCs (e.g. Y-PPM).  Use CAN-Bus instead.

Only connect CANH and CANL In the CAN connector. 5V and GND should be left unconnected. 

Failing to follow these instructions may damage your VESC (s) permanently.


Now we will start to configure the master VESC. This is the VESC with the input device (e.g.reciever) attached.

Connect your master VESC® to your computer using a mini/micro USB cable.

Mini USB is used for HW 4.xx only. Some cheap micro USB cables are designed for charging your
phone and will not work properly! Try another cable if you experience any issues.

Run the VESC®-Tool software.


 

Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_master

 


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Set ID Master


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select ppm


Vesc-Tool_ISW_current no reverse brake

This is the next screen you will see.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_01


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_02


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_03


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_04


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_05


Vesc-Tool_ISW_mapping_06


Vesc-Tool_ISW_disconnect master


Now we will configure the slave VESC.

Plug your USB-Cable into the slave VESC.  Make sure both VESCs are powered up and connected via CAN bus cable.


Vesc-Tool_ISW_connect


Vesc-Tool_ISW_welcome


Vesc-Tool_ISW_load default


Vesc-Tool_ISW_select slave


 Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_slave ID


Vesc-Tool_ISW_Twin VESC_finisch_slave


Congratulations, your VESCs are now ready to operate. If you like you can follow the
Throttle curves and other tweaks manual for further improvements.

Adjustments for the input device (App settings) are configured on the master VESC.

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