Originally Posted by KatKokomo
The output to the motor is only 6-7 Volt which is not enough to run the motor.
You will find that every Ray pilot (pun intended) will only output around those values (6-7v) - to get the real reading hit +10 or -10 three times in a row quickly. Pressing once or even a couple times slowly will not result in the maximum output being achieved from the cc.
The three presses quickly lets the cc know that we need a change, NOW. The voltage should ramp
up to ships main at that point. The lower voltages are normal as usually we are making smaller corrections.
Your SPX30 is at v1.20? Start there, you can check the cc version by holding standby for a few seconds, maybe 10 seconds or so - past the CAL
and into an alternating display that shows you display FW and SW of the cc.