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Typhoon H ESC Unit

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Yuneec just replaced the Central ESC Board on my one week old Typhoon H:confused:

I sent my typhoon H back after 7 or 8 flights, one motor would quit mid flight. This happened the last four flights. Each time after I landed the unit in 5 motor mode and rebooted (except the last time, last time it took two reboots) the H would fly normally for the remainder of the battery.

It was always thew same motor.

I am anxiously awaiting my H now to test it out! :(

Does anyone know how the motors are numbered?
 
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They are basic A and B. Any A can be switched with any A. B the same. It goes by rotation CW or CCW. Fly safe.
 
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They are basic A and B. Any A can be switched with any A. B the same. It goes by rotation CW or CCW. Fly safe.
Thanks, not exactly what asking. I have seen other posts on which the front was experiencing trouble with a motor, like mine. In some cases the operator would refer to the troublesome motor as motor number 5 or number 3.

I was wondering if there was some standard way to reference individual motors.
 
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Thanks, not exactly what asking. I have seen other posts on which the front was experiencing trouble with a motor, like mine. In some cases the operator would refer to the troublesome motor as motor number 5 or number 3.

I was wondering if there was some standard way to reference individual motors.
I believe I have seen it on some Yuneec documentation but can find it, looking forward at the 1' oclock arm, this is No1, they increment CCW to No.6 at the 3'oclock position.
 
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...so just clock positions to reference....you can't go wrong that way, 1,3,5,7,9,11
 
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That numbering is arbitrary. All motors are switchable
 
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Got it, I was having trouble telling tech support which motor was malfunctioning. Had to start with looking down.....facing front. Count CW, etc.

Just thought I saw a standard somewhere and can't find it again.

Thanks for the responses!
 

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