Hobby King 35A Sensored/Sensorless Car ESC (1:10/1:12)
HobbyKing 35A Sensored/Sensorless Car ESC (1:10) with built in cooling fan.
Features: Enhanced throttle response, excellent acceleration, enhanced braking and throttle linearity Programmable with a HKSS programming card. Automatically detects the number of cells within the battery pack. Multiple protection features, Low voltage cut-off protection, over-heat protection, throttle signal loss protection and motor jammed protection Compatible with Hobbking, NOVAK, LRP and ORION Sensored brushless motor
Specification: Cont./Burst Current: 35A/190A Resistance: 0.0015 ohm Suitable Car: 1/10 & 1/12 on-road and off-road cars / trucks Suitable Brushless Motor: 13.5T On road / Off road Battery: 5-9 cells Ni-xx (NiMH / NiCd) 2-3 cells Li-Po BEC Output: 6V/2A of switch mode built-in BEC Motor Type: Sensorless and Sensored brushless motor Dimension: 27x31x34mm Weight: 50g
these are great esc's, but I have a found a problem with the design. On 3s the fan output is 12 volt, which causes the fans to over-rev and get hot. I have 4 of them all with the same problem. I relocated the fan connection to the bec output (6v), and now works perfectly. Anyone else have this problem, or a different creative fix?
Can i use this in a Trunigy 2WD DB? I just brought one and it came with a 3 cell 2200mAh that i got one charge through and it stoped but i still have steering and the esc wont beep when turned on now so im guessing its blowen Or can someone link me to the stock replacement part
Yes you can use this ESC in your Turnigy 2WD buggy.
It can also work sensorless and take 3S lipo, so it will be a good fit for your car.
Hobbyking also has more usable ESC's for your car, like the Turnigy Brushless ESC 35A CAR ESC.
Yes the Red Trackstar 17.5 will work fine Sensored and sensorless. I use this speedo for a long time now and all motors with sensor i tried worked fine. Speedpassion, LRP, GM, Trackstar. Don't forget to order the program card for the speedo, with that you are able to use all functions.
I have this esc paired with a hk16020 3200kv 10.5 turn sensored brushless motor and a turnigy nanotech 4500mah 2c lipo. I got about 1 hour play time in 2 sessions and then a little smoke came from esc and now it will not turn motor. Esc comes on, doesn't smell burnt and led's operate as normal. I have electronics experience so I could repair if nessecary. Any help would be appreciated.
I had the same problem with a 8.5 turn motor. FETs were destroyed. I guess this ESC can´*t cope with current near 30A. On the other hand a 45A ESC of the same kind works perfectly. You can try to open it, you'll see it's built with 2 parts, the controller and the FETs. There are 6 of them. Maybe you can replace them with 3x 15A. I didn't try, I can't get cheap SMC FETs here. If you try it and works ok, please post photos and component list!
I didn't actually used it with Novak motors, but the ESC page states: "Compatible with Hobbking, NOVAK, LRP and ORION Sensored brushless motor". Looking into Novak motors parts, they are almost identical to Hobbyking X-car motors, so I think it will go ok. If price difference is big, it's worth the risk of trying.
I ended up getting the 45amp esc for mine I got 2 escs and 2 21.5 turn novak's working in sequence with each other on the XR10 and it took a bit of fiddling with it to work correctly on a single 3s battery it works pretty good now but I think the 35amp esc here is a bit under powered for those motors to work correctly for what I was using it for
split between 2 esc's and 2 motors yes. on its own I truly don't know how it will react but from what I seen from the reviews and discussions on the 45amp esc on this same brand does work well on a 3s battery. just I don't know if it would be good on its own for crawling
2040 has good specs, 200W is big, but since it's not a sensored motor you can use a HobbyKing Brushless Car ESC 30A w/ Reverse product HK-30A, it's cheaper. I would use a 2 cell lipo like Turnigy 2200mAh 2S 20C or bigger, as big as you can fit in your car. Check battery size before buying. Good luck!
hey another thing to do to make sure youre motor doesnt over heat . is to add bearings to any thing that rotates and to replace old worn bearings this will improve top speed a little bittle bit and keeps the heat down in every electric part due to the fact it puts less strain in it hope this helps for when u get ur stuff
so im trying to get a low cost 1/10 truggy up for my friend to use so we can un on the dirt oval at his house, not wanting to spend alot so im looking at this esc. i have a team epic sensored motor just sitting, im unsure of the kv or the urns but im thinking its a 21.5 turn. im looking at running 2s lipos for him but i think it might be too low of a kv and i dont want to buy another motor if i dont need to. do you think such a low kv will still be good on 2s if geared up
kv doesnt really matter when using lipos . it only matters when the kv is above 6000 kv as the internals shater with a too higher lipo. so low kv and high motor turns doesnt really matter. the set up you own sounds like it will definetly run a 2s lipo maybe even a 3s
If you're using this ESC with a 3 cell battery, it'll burn, this motor with 10T can consume 40A easily. Also, this ESC is sensored, for sensorless motor it's cheaper to use a common car ESC, like HK-60A or HK-45A. Good luck!
Some manufacturer selling the brushless combo, 9.5T motor and 35A ESC. In the manual the suitable motor is 13.5T or greater brushless motor. You may try to connect the ESC with 10.5 motor but you are taking the risk of burning the ESC and it is against the product description in the manual.
You must use the Hobby King HKSS programming card. PRODUCT ID: HKSS-prog
I use it on the Hobby King 120A Sensored/Sensorless Car ESC (1:8/1:5) PRODUCT ID: HK-1-8-120A And This one, Hobby King 35A Sensored/Sensorless Car ESC (1:10/1:12) Super Easy to use and a must have product !
i just downloaded a pdf view and looked at the manual (didnt think it have one) it will not work for a crawler correctly. it has drag brake however is does not have forward to reverse. it has forward brake reverse
This ESC have a Drag Brake but it can be only from 0pcnt to 30pcnt of brake. The Drag Brake function provides the drive a set of percentage of brake when you have the transmitter resting in neutral.
This ESC looks like Ezrun/Turnigy ESC, but this one is sensored, and I must say, it work's GREAT!!! I've driven other brands ESC, and this one work's as ESC, which coast around 100$ !!! Thank's HK! I will buy next 2 for my rally and expedition car.
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Getestete Motoren: "LRP Eraser, LRP Ultimo Dift und GM Dr. Speed".
Sensorbetrieb mit nicht möglich, Motor dreht keinen Millimeter !!!!!!!!!!!
Sensorless - Vorwärts nur bedingt möglich - keine Power, retour funktioniert nicht !!!!
Einstellungen anscheinend ohne Programmierkarte nicht möglich, keine Info in der Bedienungsanleitung !!!!
Supportanfrage betreffend Einstellungen ohne Progammierkarte: seit 2 Wochen noch keine Antwort
Nur zur Info "Turnigy Brushless ESC 35A CAR ESC" - überhaupt keine Probleme und super Power
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Brilliant esc for the money, have run it in an SC10 with a 3300kv sensored and in a TA06 with an LRP X12 17.5 and it is extremely smooth, doesn't get above ambient temp and gives plenty of punch. For the price, it's worth even carrying a spare in the pit box! I used to race on road sports tuned and you'd go through a motor a week, even if I blow one of these a month (unlikely) I am still miles ahead!
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Got this today, installed in a losi xxx-t with the turnigy sensored 3900kv motor. Programming is super simple using the same program card listed for the 150a esc. Ran for several minutes up and down the street on 3s just to get an idea of temps. Esc never broke a sweat. Takeoff is as smooth as any other name brand sensored esc. Ran at the races tonight with no problems at all. Only complaint may be the super long delay going into reverse if you are ancy, but honestly can't see any esc for a light 1/10 car being a better buy.
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Obviously this product comes from the same factory as the Speed Passion Cirtix series of brushless ESCs. Unfortunately, it is not compatible with Cirtix program cards, you must use the HK program card with this. Since it is not programmable without it, if you want to use NIMH batteries, or disable reverse, remember to pick up a card. With that said, it has a much higher quality fan than what comes with Speed Passion, I like the larger capacitor that is attached with flexible wires, makes it easier to mount without worrying about breakage. And you certainly can't beat the price for a 1/10 scale sensored ESC.