Quando eu voava glow, usava um pack de bateria Life 2S 1700mAh para receptor. Por ser 6.6v nã*o é* necessá*rio o uso de um BEC. "Turnigy nano-tech 1700mAh 2S1P 20~40C LiFePo4 Receiver Pack" PRODUCT ID: 9210000047
I fried (with the magic smoke) my other TGY UBEC when I connected the power leads in reverse (duh). Does anybody have actual experience of reverse connection and yet not frying it? Thanks in advance ...
The power from these is clean enough to use to supply a receiver and servos without any problem. There will probably be a little more noise than from a conventional linear regulator, but not enough to matter. Most things these days are using switch mode supplies because they are much more energy efficient, and this is of course important to us in radio models where saving power saves weight.
Sure you can use it in your glider, you need 3amps when you fly a small parkflier or a plane with micro to mini servos from 3 up to probaly 6 pieces, and 5 amps when you need to power bigger servos like standar size either digitals , analogs or highe speed ones.
B.E.C. is an acronym for Battery Elimination Circuit. It's a preferred way to power the radio in electric aircraft rather than using the ESC (Electronic Spped Control) for power. When the ESC is used to power the radio - the ESC generates excess heat, especially in batteries of more than 2 cells. Additionally, some ESC's seem to "brown out" the radio when sudden burst of power is needed. This can lead to signal loss and even a radio reboot for some brands. If an external BEC or UBEC is used, and the ESC supplies power ** the center (red) wire of the signal wire between the ESC and the receiver must be interrupted.
Mabe. I heard of that too, but I was told that too little.... is less than the 5-6 volts you are trying to convert it to. Im gona experiment. Try it with a 3s lipo and let me know what happens? I will Try mine with 7.4 and let you know
yes and you should be able to choose between 5v and 6v on the BEC itself . just be sure you dont go over the maxamum voltage input or you will smoke your recever and probably whatever else is pluged into it .
You can use this to power anything from servos and receivers to cameras or other devices that run the voltage range. For instance, I have a large electric catamaran with an ESC that is good up to 200 amps, but doesn't have a BEC - so I need the SBEC to power my large steering servo and receiver.
I run a 3s 1000mah lipo through mine and it works fine to a Fsky receiver. However you must check the voltage range of your receivers and as a second check measure the output of the Sbec with a volt meter.
No hay problemas solo que te va a durar un muchisimo !!! Ponele un capacitor de 4700uf 12V detras de un diodo 1n4001 y funciona barbaro!!! Eso para proteger si tenes servos de alto torque tambien en la bec. (vota mi respuesta, gracias)
esto serviria como apoyo a un variador con bec que no soporte una tension elevada de voltios o para un variador sin bec. Normalmente en las lanchas electricas a partir de 5s ya ponemos este bec externo o bien alimentamos el receptor con una bateria independiente. Para el sistema de ignicion, que imagino lo has montado con un motor brushless outruner, necesitaras un variador, no hace falta que sea muy potente ya que solo funcionará durante unos segundos. Con un variador que cubra el amperaje maximo del motor es suficiente, es decir, si el motor tiene un consumo maximo de 50a pues necesitas un variador de 50a. Espero que te sirva esta informacion
Yes, You could cut the central cable (red). I normaly dont cut the cable of the ESC. Use a extension cable and cut the red. NOT pulg the ESC and SBEC at RX at the same time without cur red cable!!. I have 5 Turnigy 5A SBEC and works OK with 10 servos!!
Yes you can, just make sure you disable the builtin BEC-ESC by removing the red wire (positive) between original ESC and RX, and plug the new SBEC in RX, so technically you are only controlling the ESC but you are not powering your RX from it instead you are powering it from the SBEC.
Hi Guy you can use this regulator in your boat separate bec is all time the secure mode for your RX voltage you can directly connect bec IN wire on your esc/lipo wire and deconnect red wire from your ESC
Will these work for a Life Bttery. I want to use the same Life battery to power the electronic ignition as the reciever /servos but my ignition works better on 5 volts. I am using a 4 cell NIMH right now. The Life puts out 6.6 volts. I am on 2.4 on the reciever so I don't think I'll have interfarance problems using the same battery for both reciever and ignition (gasoline engine)
I have this sbec its great. But i used it with Lipo 3s, and i forgot it hooked to the battery for about 5 days, and has a LED light on it. but when i tested my fully charged battry it was just 11.1v so the day was saved. i put it next to the battery and the RX is on the other side of the battery. and i am using 9X turnigy TX and never had any problem on my both GAS, nitro powered planes. it was good deal.and i got this TR-UBEC15 TURNIGY 8-15A UBEC for Lipoly for the servos.
Basil yes it can run 6 Hitec Digital servos, but what you have to worry about is the amps that these servos draw when working all together. It should be within the limits of this sbec. and you shall have no issues.
i use this ext-bec on lot of airplane for exemple: **sebart katana 50e v2 with turnigy super brain 80A and Dymond HQ 5052 motor **funjet ultra with super brain 80A esc and 2w25 motor i need to deconnect red wire between ESC and receiver constant 3A and burst 5A
The input side is just bare wire for you to solder/crimp the connector you plan on using with your battery OR you can solder it the same battery plug on your ESC but just make sure you disable the BEC if there is one in your ESC. One way is to pull the red wire on the servo wire comming from the ESC.
You splice the power with the power leads from whatever ESC you are using. Match the red leads from your ESC and UBEC and likewise the black wires. and put them both in your preferred connector. (i use xt60's) No need for it to come with extra plugs.
If you are talking about the little black plug for selecting 5 or 6 volts it should be plugged onto the two pins selcting 5 volts already. It shouldn't be floating around in the bag. They are the same pieces that are used in computers on older hard drives.
The photo and the description do not indicate any plug to be supplied. You can either solder a plug to the 2 flying cables, and connect it to a 2s lipo battery, or you can solder the 2 flying cables to a couple of connectors that will make a bridge between a LiPo and the ESC.
you are supposed to solder those to the esc plug. This device is made to eliminate receiver battery by powered from the same main battery. That's why it has a vast range of voltage. for a big electric helicopter i.e, trex 600e and above, i suggest u use 2 of them connect in parallel to provide your servos with efficient power, or else this esc will blow up if overloaded. (i blew this bec on more than one occasion, trust me.)
I used this SBEC and connected in parallel for my Raptor Titan 50. I used Turnigy 2.2mah, 2cell Lipo, 3 Align DS610 servos for cyclic and collective pitch, 1 Futaba S3003 for throttle, 1 Futaba S9253 for tail and 1 Align governor. So far so good and just warm to touch with mild 3D.
so should i have received this jumper plug with the bec or do i have to make one ? also is it just a bridge between the center post and either of the outer post depending on the voltage of the batery i want to use to power the Rx
The green ring is a ferrite core. when you wind the power leads around the side of the core (5 winds) this aids in leveling out voltage anomalies. This setup works in conjunction with the capacitor on the back of the unit to further smooth out power spikes and inconsistencies in voltage.
this ring have is used to remove possible interferences generated by the battery. if you read the instruction you have to provide 5 spires with the cable to be connected to the receiver. You will loose lenght but the gain is on the reducing of the possibility of radio failure
The gree ring is for removing high frequency ripple from your load. Wrap the incoming cable a couple of turns around this ring. The only thing you can do is move the jumper between the 5 volt and 6 volt setting.
Yes, this would be a good choice, The AR6200 is a park receiver and with that you will probably not be running more than that. I have more servos than that running less amps. As long as you stay in that area of electrics with the smaller servos you will not have a problem. Once you go 3D with much larger models using 5S or 6S batteries you should not have a problem.
Ideally it would work, however, use a watt meter and with the motor off move all servos at the same time and watch the actual current draw. If it is below 5A then your static power draw is okay. The only problem remaining is that during flight the wind resistance over the control surface will require additional current. The best way to tell is an onboard data logger. Lacking one of those then if your servos do not draw over about 75 of the rated current it should be okay. If you are going
Hi I am looking at buying 4 these esc's for a small robot I am building and I need a esc without a brake because I need to go from forward to reverse instantly.( I will use 1 for forward and 1 for reverse on each side)
Does this motor have a brake?
Is there a way to turn it off?
Not yet, it hasn't arrived. I do have other electric planes that I use seperate voltage regulators on though. My Hyperion yak 54 runs 5s but the speed controler that came with it has no bec so it was either a regulator like this or a heavy seperate flight battery just to power receiver and servos. The speed controler we are both planning to use does have a bec but only rated at 1.5 amps which doesn't seem enough to me.
I dont understand your Q, but there is no need to cut ESC wires, you just gently use a knife tip to lift the plastic lock in the connector, and pull the wire out. Tape it out of the way, and irt can easily be slid back into the connector if needed.
* by wire, I mean the middle one, usually red in color (DC positive).
Then just wire teh BEC normally, either soldered into the main battery line seperatly plugged into the balance port of the LIPO. The other end goes to BAT on the RX, and you are done. Just be sure to verify that all ESC middle wires have been pulled out and taped away so they wont contact anything accidentally.
salut.elle est de 3Acontinu et de 5Amax..donc plus de quapacite qun bec interne de meme valeur 3Acar sais un maxi..marche bien avec 4 servo standard numerique de 7,2kg a 4.8v..voir 5 en analogique..pour la 3D hard prendre plutot 5A...7,5Aturnigy il y a en plus connecteur on off et sais hyper fiable..bon vole