Yes i know about that ESC for brushed motor.But i whas interested to know can i connect brushad motor to this ISC.Becose i read that tere is adapter for conection for brushles ESC with brashed motor.But i dont know how
hello, in the rc market you can find a differents kinds of ESC, for a brushed motor you need one like this: www.link remember in the specs of any esc there are the answer!! play look ever for datasheet!!
I have this speed controller in a boat using a 1800kv motor and the craft wanted to take off. What Lipo battery pack is recommended for this combination to achieve the best run time. I will mention that I received the boat with this set up and it works well for me...so why change!
Can someone please tell me which 35A Brushless ESC comes with banana plugs? I need to replace the ESC for my Turnigy 1/10 SCT 2WD, and would like to be certain to get it with banana plugs.
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
Actually, this ESC is kinda low for Wraith. 2 points to consider (1)Wraith comes with a pinion with ID 3.175mm. (2)Sensorless ESC - so no point paying more for a sensored motor. In fact, a sensorless motor is best for a sensorless ESC. So the best deal motor (but this motor can burn out this ESC coz it can max out at 86A, so dont run your car over 5 mins. A motor that is less than 3000kv is boring on a Wraith.) www.link
i run these type of speedys in several cars and in most case dont even have the fan fitted , youll need to be running a serious motor behind these to get them hot , i run the hobbywing 13t with them and the barely get warm
Soldering bullets for the motor is required. As is soldering on the battery connector. It is pretty easy with a bit of practice. Online vids will help. search for "innov8tive bullet" on youtube for a very good soldering vid.
I downloaded the manual for this and on the first page as Feature #10 it claims to be waterproof and dustproof. Is it really waterproof, or should I take to it with the waterproofing measures as a precaution? I want to use it in a rock crawler.
Hi, ALL wires on this Turnigy 35A car ESC are either soldered directly onto near the PCB ends (which projects outside the dustproof / waterproof seal formed by the heatsink / PCB middle / plastic case "sandwich") or are soldered to a plug whose socket is then soldered to near the PCB end. No wires AT ALL enter the casing where the internals of the ESC are, instead the PCB tracks do, which means no worries about water or dust ingress to the ESC internals. However the fan is external, which can get clogged with dirt / sand easily and be damaged (so I read), the heatsink can also get clogged up by dirt / mud / sand, leading to ESC overheating with powerful motors. I am planning to use this ESC with my Tamiya Sand Scorcher so the ESC will be put into a fair sized sealed radio box which keeps out the dirt. Cheers, Alistair G.
109 thumbs up!
There is a small hack for the fan voltage. In the user manual you can see the fan is apropriate only for batteries up to 7,4V, any higher will detroy te fan. For higher voltage batteries you can buy a new fan (12V).
The hack is to solder the fan wire to the ESC BEC. The bec is providing 6V and output curent 1A (more than enough for the fan).
So all you have to do is solder the FANplus wire on the spot where BECplus wire is soldered.
I HOPE YOU HAVE FOUND THIS REVIEW HELPFOUL
7 comments. Reply..
14 thumbs up!
Very nice car esc, totally programmable. I just plugged it in and drove my 1/10 buggy with a turnigy 540 motor kv 2000 ,3s 25c lipo kv 2000. The only glitch is that the bec only gives 1,5 amps wich is not enough for big steeringservos. the esc worked like a charm and the brake is proportional if you want to. My car rolled over the frontend many times, when i tested full braking power. Totally worth the buck if you want to have full controll over the car/buggy. You CAN use,a big heli-/ or plane-esc but there simply isn´t the same precision and the driveability cannot match this car esc
4 comments. Reply..
13 thumbs up!
This ESC is the best for 1/10 cars, i use it on Traxxas Rustler and HPI Firestorm with Lipo 3S. After 1 hour of use, it doesn't get hot, if you push hard on it, the overheat cut off will work immediately. All programable functions are easy with the program card, you can change everything in 5sec (brake force, timing, cut off, punch start...) The fan is working with 11V (instructions says 7.2V), it spins very fast and makes cooling very efficient. I recommand it with the 13T Ezrun motor, you can run up to 60mph.
2 comments. Reply..
10 thumbs up!
Nice esc, but overheat protection do NOT work good. It burned in my M-03m chassis with 9t motor. Also big cogging and minimal speed.
1 comment. Reply..
7 thumbs up!
I run the 9T combo on my TT01E with 2S and it's plenty fast.
Like the posts above said, just make sure you either rewire fan to run off BEC or change to 12V fan before running on 3S.
Also dump the tamiya connector and go for Deans Ultra-T, I guarantee you won't regret it!
Highly recommended if you want to go brushless on a budget.