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dmc-60c:hardware-reference-manual [2019/01/11 18:53]
Thomas Kappenman [5 Brake / Coast Mode]
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Thomas Kappenman [6 Input Signal Calibration]
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 To perform calibration,​ follow these steps: To perform calibration,​ follow these steps:
-  * 1. Press and hold the Brake / CAL button. After approximately 5 seconds, the top and bottom LEDs will begin to alternate between Blue and Off. This indicates that calibration has started.+  * 1. Press and hold the Brake/Coast CAL button. After approximately 5 seconds, the top and bottom LEDs will begin to alternate between Blue and Off. This indicates that calibration has started.
   * 2. While continuing to hold the button, use the controller to move between full forward and full reverse (perhaps by moving a joystick), making sure to reach both extremes. This may be repeated more than once, but there is no required minimum.   * 2. While continuing to hold the button, use the controller to move between full forward and full reverse (perhaps by moving a joystick), making sure to reach both extremes. This may be repeated more than once, but there is no required minimum.
   * 3. Return the controller to neutral (return the joystick to the neutral position).   * 3. Return the controller to neutral (return the joystick to the neutral position).
-  * 4. Release the Brake / CAL button.+  * 4. Release the Brake/Coast CAL button.
   * 5. If calibration was successful, then the top and bottom LEDs will quickly alternate between Green and Off and the new calibration constants will be stored in non-volatile memory. If calibration failed, then the top and bottom LEDs will quickly alternate between Red and Off and the device will continue to operate using the existing calibration constants.   * 5. If calibration was successful, then the top and bottom LEDs will quickly alternate between Green and Off and the new calibration constants will be stored in non-volatile memory. If calibration failed, then the top and bottom LEDs will quickly alternate between Red and Off and the device will continue to operate using the existing calibration constants.
  
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 To restore default calibration:​ To restore default calibration:​
   * 1. Disconnect the power source from the DMC60C.   * 1. Disconnect the power source from the DMC60C.
-  * 2. Hold the Brake / CAL button down.+  * 2. Hold the Brake/Coast CAL button down.
   * 3. While continuing to hold the button, apply power to the DMC60C.   * 3. While continuing to hold the button, apply power to the DMC60C.
   * 4. Continue holding down the button until the top and bottom LEDs alternate quickly between Green and Off.   * 4. Continue holding down the button until the top and bottom LEDs alternate quickly between Green and Off.
-  * 5. Release the Brake / CAL button.+  * 5. Release the Brake/Coast CAL button.
  
 **Note:** //This will also restore all DMC60C settings to their factory default state.// **Note:** //This will also restore all DMC60C settings to their factory default state.//