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Warning! High power motor systems can be very dangerous! High currents can heat wires and batteries, causing fires and burning skin. Follow the wiring directions carefully! Models equipped with high power motors can cause serious injury. Even though this controller is equipped with a safety arming program, you should still use caution when connecting the main battery and always check battery polarity. 25 Amp Brushless Sensorless Speed Control for RC Cars/Trucks plug in the three connections between the CM20 motor and Mamba 25 controller. After the Thank you for purchasing the most technologically advanced brushless electronic speed throttle calibration routine below – if the motor runs backwards with foreword throttle, controller in the world for RC cars and trucks! Please take the time to read over these simply swap any two of the motor/controller connections and it will reverse the rotation of instructions to ensure you get the most from your Mamba brushless power system and enjoy 2.3 Connecting to the receiver:
1.0 Features of the Mamba- 25™ :
• Extremely Low Resistance (.0022 ohms per phase) Connect the receiver lead (the three color wires with a connector on the end) to the throttle • Up to 25 Amps continuous current, 50 amps surge channel on your receiver (usually channel 2). Do not connect a battery to the receiver, as the • Four to twelve cells, or 2 to 3 Lithium Polymer cells Mamba- 25™ will supply power to the receiver and servo through the receiver connector.
• BEC (1. 5A) provides power to receiver and servo - eliminates separate receiver 3.0 Communicating with your new Mamba 25:

When programming your Mamba 25, it will tell you where you are in the current programming sequence using a combination of sounds and LED flashes. The controller generates sounds through the motor, so it's best to have your motor connected whenever you attempt to configure your Mamba 25. The controller signals the motor to make two types of sounds; a longer multi-toned ring (hereafter referred to as a ring), and a short beep (hereafter referred to as a beep). The controller also has THREE (3) LED’s (red, yellow, and green) which will flash to give you further indication as to what programming state the controller is • Safe “power on” arming program ensures motor will not accidentally turn on Auto shut down when signal is lost or radio interference becomes severe 3.1 Calibrating the Mamba 25 to YOUR transmitter:
2.0 Making Connections on your Mamba 25 Power system
IMPORTANT NOTE: Calibration is required for the very first use of the Mamba 25
or whenever used with a new/different transmitter.
The Mamba 25 contains a throttle calibration feature that you'll want to use the first time you power it up with a new/different transmitter. Performing this exercise will teach the 2.1 Adding a battery connector to your Mamba 25:
The battery connector must be added to the power side of the controller (blue capacitor, receiver connector, and red and black wire side). The red wire is the positive (+) lead, and must match up to the positive lead from your battery. The black wire is the negative (-) lead, • Mamba flashes all LED’s and rings once and must match up to the negative lead from your battery. The polarity MUST BE CORRECT or the controller will be damaged from reversed polarity. Strip just enough insulation off of the battery wires to solder on your battery connector to the controller leads. After the connector is soldered and insulated (shrink tubing or electrical tape) check it ONE MORE TIME to make sure the polarity is correct before you plug in a • Mamba flashes green led and rings 4 times indicating full throttle measured • Mamba flashes red led while beeping, indicating it's time to push full brake 2.2 Plugging in motor leads:
• Mamba flashes red led and rings 4 times indicating full brake measured With a brushless system, there is no polarity on the MOTOR side of the controller. Simply
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Warning! High power motor systems can be very dangerous! High currents can heat wires and batteries, causing fires and burning skin. Follow the wiring directions carefully! Models equipped with high power motors can cause serious injury. Even though this controller is equipped with a safety arming program, you should still use caution when connecting the main battery and always check battery polarity. 25 Amp Brushless Sensorless Speed Control for RC Cars/Trucks • Mamba flashes yellow led while beeping indicating its time for neutral section, how to set a program option, and how to terminate programming early. In this example we will: 1) skip (e.g. do not change) Brake/ReverseType setting, 2) change Reverse Throttle Amount/Brake Strength to 25%, and 3) terminate programming after this • Mamba flashes yellow led and rings4 times indicating neutral measured 3.2.2 Entering Programming mode
Mamba will flash all LED’s while and ring twice indicating that it is armed 3.2 Programming Mode

Programming the Mamba-25™ is as simple as answering a few questions. The Mamba- 25™ asks questions by flashing a setting number, followed by the possible setting values. • Mamba flashes all led's and rings once There are five settings that can be programmed in the Mamba-25™: 1) Brake/Reverse Type, 2) Reverse Throttle Amount/Brake Strength, 3) Cutoff Voltage, 4) Timing Advance, 5) • Mamba flashes green led and rings 4 times indicating that it is ready for As the programmer, you must answer “yes” or “no” to the setting values as they are presented by the Mamba-25™. When you enter programming mode the controller will emit a sequence of beeps and yellow 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 (e.g., Cutoff voltage type), and the second set of beeps indicates a Value (e.g 2 cell • Mamba flashes all LED’s and rings 4 times LiPo). Answering “no” to a setting value will cause the Mamba-25™ to ask for the next value. Answering “yes” to a setting value will store that setting in the Mamba-25™s • Mamba flashes yellow led while beeping indicating that you are in permanent memory. After a setting is stored, the Mamba-25™ will automatically continue to the next setting until all settings have been stored. NOTE: If you answer “no” to all values for a particular setting, the Mamba-25™ will keep whatever value had been At this point the Mamba will be flashing/beeping the following sequence: previously programmed. Only by answering “yes” to a value will the Mamba-25™ Beep – Pause – Beep… and then Repeats When answering a question, you will need to move the trigger to the yes (full throttle) This indicates that you are at Question 1 and it is asking to accept/reject Value 1. position or the no (full brake) position and keep it there for about 5 seconds. When the Mamba-25™ has accepted your answer it will confirm your reply by flashing the GREEN 3.2.3 Skipping Programming Sections – No change required
LED for a “YES” answer or the RED LED for a “NO” answer. Release the trigger allowing it to go to Neutral to confirm that you are ready for the Mamba-25™ to ask the next Looking at the table on the last page you can see that Question 1 is ‘What reverse/brake type do you want?’ and that Value 1 is ‘Proportional Brake with Reverse Lockout’. We don’t want to change the current value of this option, so we will say no to each value thereby You are not required to continue through all five programming options. For example, if you wish only to change the Brake/Reverse Type (option 1) then after programming that setting you can disconnect power from the Mamba-25™ and you’re ready to run. Disconnecting the controller in the middle of programming simply retains the values for the remaining • Mamba flashes RED led and rings 4 times, indicating that it has accepted your programming options that were previously set up. • Mamba flashes/beeps: ‘Beep – Pause – Beep - Beep’ (Question 1, Value 2) Programming Example
• Mamba flashes RED led and rings 4 times, indicating that it has accepted your The following is a simplified example demonstrating how to “skip” through a program
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Warning! High power motor systems can be very dangerous! High currents can heat wires and batteries, causing fires and burning skin. Follow the wiring directions carefully! Models equipped with high power motors can cause serious injury. Even though this controller is equipped with a safety arming program, you should still use caution when connecting the main battery and always check battery polarity. 25 Amp Brushless Sensorless Speed Control for RC Cars/Trucks moving your throttle trigger slightly in each direction to arm the controller or follow the • Mamba flashes/beeps: ‘Beep – Pause – Beep – Beep - Beep’ (Question 1, Value 3) calibrating function Section 3.1 above. You may also check to make sure that your endpoint adjustments on your radio (if it has them) are set all the way open (both top and bottom, are • Mamba flashes RED led and rings 4 times, indicating that it has accepted your Every time I throttle all the way up, the controller “cuts off” after a few seconds, even
At this point you will have answered no to all of the questions in Section 1, so the Mamba with fresh charged batteries.
will move on to Section 2 without modifying the currently stored value. The controller will automatically shut down the motor if the battery voltage falls below the programmed voltage cutoff (factory preset at 4.0V) for more than half a second. This is to 3.2.4 Changing a Program Option
protect your car from a loss of control caused by too low a voltage at the receiver. If the cutoff is kicking in with fresh charged batteries, it means that the voltage is dropping very • Mamba flashes/beeps: ‘Beep – Beep – Pause – Beep’ (Question 2, Value 1) quickly. This is usually an indication of a motor that is drawing too much current for the batteries to handle. Try using a smaller pinion on the motor, or using batteries with a higher From the Table on the last page, Question 2 is ‘Reverse Throttle Amount/Brake rating (for example, if you are using AAA size cells, you might try going to KAN style/size Strength’ and Value 1 is ‘25%’. This is the value we want to accept. • Apply full throttle for 1 second (YES) Nothing seems to work, receiver and servos are dead, and the throttle is dead.
• Mamba flashes GREEN led and rings 4 times, indicating that it has accepted your Check all connections to ensure that they are correct, and that the polarity (+/-) battery connections are correct. If everything is correctly connected, and the receiver and servos still • At this point the Mamba will move on to Section 3. do not work, contact the dealer where you purchased your Mamba 25™ or Contact 3.2.5 Terminating Programming Early
Creations directly. (See Section 5.0 below) In this example, we do not need to change any of the remaining programming 5.0 Intended Use
options, therefore we can terminate the programming routine by disconnecting the battery from the Mamba-25. This leaves the remaining programming options at The Mamba-25 is intended for exclusive use with 1/18th scale vehicles only. Use in any other vehicles or aircraft is not covered by warranty and will not be supported by Castle 3.2.6 A Word About Cutoff Voltages
If you are running NiCad or NiMH cells, the default cutoff voltage of the Mamba 25 (4.0V) 6.0 Contact/warranty information:

is normally what you should use, and anything else in the programming is up to your Your Mamba-25™ is warranted for one( 1) year from date of purchase to be free from personal preference to change, so you are ready to run! manufacturing and component defects. This warranty does not cover abuse, neglect, or
** IMPORTANT NOTE: Lithium Polymer Users **
damage due to incorrect wiring, over voltage, or overloading. If you have any questions, comments, or wish to return your Mamba 25™ for warranty or non-warranty repair/ If you are using Lithium Polymer (Li-Po) batteries, DO NOT operate your vehicle with the replacement contact Castle Creations at: factory default Cutoff Voltage. You must change the Cutoff Voltage BEFORE running your 4.0 Troubleshooting:
Everything is hooked up correctly, the BEC (receiver and servo) works, but the
throttle does not work
.
The controller is not seeing the four seconds of neutral throttle and is not arming. Try
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Warning! High power motor systems can be very dangerous! High currents can heat wires and batteries, causing fires and burning skin. Follow the wiring directions carefully! Models equipped with high power motors can cause serious injury. Even though this controller is equipped with a safety arming program, you should still use caution when connecting the main battery and always check battery polarity. 25 Amp Brushless Sensorless Speed Control for RC Cars/Trucks PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
NOTE: Factory Defaults are indicated by asterisk(*)
Question
Description
1) Brake/Reverse
3) Cutoff Voltage
seconds, otherwise operates like mode 2. 4) Timing Advance
2) Reverse Throttle
Amount/Brake
Strength
and reverse speed equal to 25% of full power 5) Starting power
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