Randy Pike explains hot to adjust the Brake Strength on Tekin ESCs and goes over how to use this feature. Brake Strength is a user-programmable setting that controls how strong the brakes when full trigger brake is applied. Typically this is set lower in 2WD vehicles and on loose surfaces and higher in 4WD vehicles an on surfaces with more grip.
Most racers tend to set the ESC to 100% Brake Strength and adjust the end point on their radio, effectively accomplishing the same goal rather than adjusting the ESC directly.
Brake Strength is available in 1-13 steps when using the onboard programming and 0-100 through the HotWire module via PC or mobile device.
Brake Frequency affects Brake Strength and is available in a range from 750Hz – 12000Hz. The default is 6000Hz, lower values give a more aggressive braking and higher values smooth braking. This does not affect the overall Brake Strength value, so if it is set to 100 you will always get 100 at full trigger brake.
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