UBEC：5V / 1A
It comes only with receivers plug (futaba) and you must provide connectors for battery and motor. For micro models like Guillow's balsa Piper i suggest soldering cables directly without connectors for weight reduction.Controller burned out during the second flight! Motor: Turnigy 2204/14T with 8x4,3 GWS prop. With a 500mA/h 2S Lipo flight times averaged 10 minutes, so power consumption was well below 10 A. Same motor setup worked for years in another Shockflyer, so I guess it was a bad production. Interesting detail I discovered when I took a closer look at the controller: The label stated: 10A ESC UBEC 3V/1A. Output voltage definitely was 5V.i can not put a zero crown so it will be just one.... "manual included" said on the inaccurate description wich brings that as " easy and reliable": nothing included and not reliable at all
this is just a piece of crap, i bought two, one worked once and the other one never worked, of course you have to prove this in a video ect ect..... i won't spend time for 2X6$ arguing to get back i don't know what
i've got many planes and many esc's from here , and these are the only brand to avoid.i have one, and use 1550kv c20, it is goodAs Alwasy, good cheap ESC, easy to program (when you find the correct manual) ;) like it and it worksBon contrleur s'il n'est pas utiliser a plus de 5A!! Je l'ai utilis avec un moteur SK3 2118 3100kv et une hlice de 5030 et la consommation est de 7A le contrleur se coupe aprs 3 secondes de moteur!!
Dommage!I tested this product with the motor 2204.
At 12 volts the propeller 7035 is strongly heated from 3,5 amperes,
at 8 volts the propeller 8045 is heated from 5 amperes.Works well. Well made. Easy to use. Very light! Did handle ~8 Amps 15 minutes straight. Best deal for the price. FYI no SPI pads on circuit board.with a motor upgrade that handles 3s in the swift , i needed a controller to do the job , this one works a charm , now my swift is a weaponNever used the red brick esc's before so thought I'd start with a cheapy to use and abuse and will be installing into my indoor foamie, will review later when fitted and tested