The data logging function of a Maclan MMAX ESC is only available on the current 3.0 software platform.

  • MMAX Pro (firmware version A3.0 or later)
  • MMAX Pico (firmware version B3.1 or later)
  • To update, click here to download the latest Maclan Panel Software.

There are three ways to view the data logged within a Maclan MMax ESC on the 3.0 software platform:

1.ProLink (Firmware V1.9 or later)

  • In ESC Settings, press down arrow button, and select Data Log Summary
  • Data available for viewing includes: Minimum Voltage, Maximum Motor RPM, Maximum ESC Temperature, and Maximum Motor Temperature
  • You can also clear the data log . The option is below Data Log Summary on the menu.
  • Use the Maclan Panel Software to update the ProLink to the latest firmware version.
  • To update, click here to download the latest Maclan Panel Software.
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2. Maclan Panel Software (Version 0410.18 or later)

  • On the menu bar of the Maclan Panel software, select Data Log.
  • Data available for viewing includes: Minimum Voltage, Maximum Motor RPM, Maximum ESC Temperature, and Maximum Motor Temperature.
  • You can also clear the data log within the Maclan Panel software.
  • To update, click here to download the latest Maclan Panel Software.
Data logging screenshot

3. SmartLink mobile app (Android platform is available now, iOS platform is in development)

  • This is the most detailed way of viewing all of the data within the data log. This Includes breaking the data down into sessions and showing data for all recorded parameters in 1 second intervals.
  • Data available for viewing includes: Time, Throttle Position, Voltage, Motor RPM, ESC Temperature, and Motor Temperature. Again, in 1 second intervals.
  • You can also clear the data log by tapping ‘RESET DATA’ within the SmartLink app.
  • To update, checkout Google Play to download the latest SmartLink app for Android.
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More information about Maclan MMax ESC data logging:

  1. Data logging in Maclan’s ESC can record a total 17 minutes of time.
  2. Recording begins as soon as you pull the activate throttle for the first time. This means when you power on the ESC, it is in stand by status until your first throttle command.
  3. Each time the ESC is powered on it creates a new session of data. When the total time of all sessions reaches 17 minutes, the log will begin to overwrite itself starting with the oldest data first.
  4. When you “RESET DATA”, it clears the all data from the ESC’s memory.
  5. If you do not “RESET DATA”, the ProLink and Maclan Panel software will show the minimum and maximum value of the last session recorded.