HobbyKing 100A Sensored/Sensorless Car ESC (1:10) (USA Warehouse)
HobbyKing 100A 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: 100A/760A Resistance: 0.0003 ohm Suitable Car: 1/10 on-road and off-road cars / trucks Suitable Brushless Motor: 3.5T On road / 5.5T 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: 27x43x39mm Weight: 114g
im currently running this motor with a 4000kv 550 motor and its amazing! for 10th scales esc you cant beat this thing you can control basically everything you can with a mamba max pro, and its a quarter of the price, you will love it
im actually running this setup in a stadium truck from electrix rc i jus use it for speed runs and i run it on a three cell all the time and it just eats it it wont get over 80 degrees on a 2 cell i guarantee it lol its crazy that more people dont use this company man i actually have a 3.3 revo that i converted to brushless and i put this thing on it with a three cell and the 1/8 scale turnigy motor and i still had absolutely no problems out of it
Discgolferlee. I run this esc in my sc10 4x4 with a Novak ballistic 4.5t 550 motor and it runs great. I had the Novak SC ESC and I burnt it up...decided to just try this HK one and for the price you can't beat it. I run it on an indoor high grip clay track with a nano tech 2s and the ESC never gets over 80F
Will fit in a mini revolution.and stay cool running 3s
I'm running this with a Novak 13.5 in an old Losi XXCR Kinwald edition Buggy. I'm racing this in an unlmtd buggy class on carpet on a short course "like" track. So far the unit has worked really well. Good value.
I bought the programming card with the unit and have struggled with programming the unit. The card or the controller does not seem to recognize the other. I haven't reached a verdict on this part of the puzzle.
However, just plugging the unit in and running is a good experience.
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i bought and sent this back almost 3 months ago. when i got it all set up it wouldn't start up. there was a few times i did get it to start working but that was short lived, it almost seemed like it was a VP but it wasn't that. i don't know i just want to get the new one in sometime soon so i can go out racing.
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got this with program card for my sc10 4x4. ran flawless about 10 runs. today was a bad day at the track though. after sorting out many issues with car in the morning, i went up for my main with all issues fixed. the race stars and i roll about 1 foot and no more go. esc has that burned smell. i had done a warm up lap proir to this. seems the fan had broken, so no cooling on the esc may have burned it out. it turns on with lights, no beeps and no motor.