Several programming options can be set with your transmitter or a program card, but no programming is needed for most applications.
Here is a list of the programming options:
-- Motor brake: Comes pre-set with the brake on medium, so the propeller will gradually spin to a stop when the plane is gliding (transmitter throttle off). Can be set to medium or no brake using a transmitter. Can be set to hard brake, medium brake or no brake using the program card.
-- Battery type: Comes pre-set for use with LiPo batteries. Can be set for LiFe or NiMh with a transmitter or program card.
-- Low voltage protection: Comes pre-set for motor cut-off at 3.0 volts per cell (using LiPo batteries). Can be set for 2.8v per cell, 3.0v per cell, or 3.20v per cell with a program card. There are three voltage cut-off choices for both LiFe and NiMh batteries
-- Type of motor cut-off: Comes pre-set for gradual motor shutdown. Can be set to sudden shut down using the program card.
-- Acceleration: slow, medium or fast Comes pre-set for medium acceleration. Acceleration can be set to slow, medium or fast using the program card
-- Motor timing: low, high or automatic timing Comes pre-set for automatic timing, which is suitable for most brushless motors. The timing can be set to high or automatic with a transmitter. The timing can be set to low, high or automatic with a program card.