- Solder contacts for motor-phase connections
- LiPo Power supply GND –
- LiPo Power supply +
- PWM signal input (servo signal)
- PWM signal GND (ground reference)
- Solder jumper, to set the direction of rotation (also in 3D mode)
- Telemetry (e.g. On the KISS FC connected to TRX)
- Status LED (indicates validity of the input signal)
- Soldering each of the three motor cables a motor to each one of the three solder pads (1 – see breakdown above).
- LiPo power cable with plug solder (2 + 3 above). IMPORTANT!!! Take note of the polarity, otherwise the ESC/controller will be immediately destroyed when connecting the power supply. This can potentially damage the LiPo as well.
- Solder signal cable, white or yellow cable (4), the black wire to (5).
- Note: On delivery status JP1 (6) is open. If a change of direction of motor rotation is desired, the jumper can be closed. This can be accomplished simply by adding solder to the pads, thus building a solder bridge.
- Due to the regenerative braking, the KISS ESC should only be powered by LiPo batteries.
- Never start a brush-less motor in your hands!
- While starting up with propellers mounted, always care for distance yourself and objects
- Never power up your ESC/speed controllers without a valid signal transmitter (receiver or FC) is connected.
- The KISS ESC can be locally heated up to 80 ° C during operation!
- While soldering do not connect a voltage source at the ESC / speed controller.
- Some components on the KISS ESC can be destroyed by static charge. When handling such electronics, make sure to be grounded