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Old 01-31-2011, 03:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
mora
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Thanks for the input. Good info. Is pwm-deadzone only related to overspeed detection and doesn't affect other things?

I'll throw a guess about t-fault-rc: throttle fault raw-count. Number of times/cycles in main program loop that throttle is allowed to have faulty reading. If so this number should remain low, but might help with bad pots (which need replacing). I don't know how long it takes to sample one throttle value, but even with full t-fault-rc value it is less than second.

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