SkyRC Toro Short Course 120A ESC User Manual

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2)Manual Programming
Manual Programming TORO SC is as simple as answering a few questions. The
TORO SC asks questing by beeping a setting number, followed by the possible
setting values. There are nine settings that can be programmed in the TORO SC.

You must answer yes or no to the setting values as they are presented by TORO SC.
When you enter programming mode the ESC will emit a sequence of beeps and LED flashes
that tell you which programming step you are in. There are two parts to the beep sequence.
The first set of beeps indicates the 'Setting Number (Question), e.g. Brake/Reverse Type, and
the second set of beeps indicates a Setting Value, e.g. Reverse Lockout. Answering "No" to a
Setting value will cause the ESC to ask for the next value in that section. After a "Yes" answer
is accepted, the ESC knows you aren't interested in any other option in that section, so it
skips to the first option in the next section.





Note: If you answer "no" to all Setting Values for a particular Setting Number, the ESC will
keep whatever value had been previously programmed. Only by answering "Yes" to a Setting
Value will the ESC store/change that value.



Plug Battery into the TORO SC
Hold full throttle on your transmitter
Turn the ESC switch ON
TORO SC flashes LED and rings once
Wait few seconds.
TORO SC flashes LED and rings 1 second indicating that it is ready for CALIBRATION mode
Continue to hold full throttle
TORO SC flashes LED while beeping
Wait another few seconds
TORO SC flashes LED and rings 1 second
TORO SC flashes LED while beeping indication that you are in PROGRAMMING mode
Let trigger go neutral (Centre)

At this point the TORO SC will be flashing/beeping the following sequence:
Beep-Pause-Beep... and then repeats
This indicates that you are at Question 1 and it is asking to accept/reject value 1.

Programmable Features

Question (Setting)

How to Enter Programming Mode

Ver. 1.1

Ver. 1.1

1)Reverse Lockout(D)*








Note: Factory Defaults are indicated by asterisk (D)*



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Motor Direction

1) Normal(D)*


This is default motor rotation direction

Opposite default motor rotation direction