AeroStar Advance series of brushless ESCs offer a number of unique features such as an adjustable BEC output voltages, heavy duty leads with factory fitted connectors pre-soldered for you. Programming options can be accessed through your transmitter, or with the optional LCD program card. A key feature is the ability to log FLIGHT data such as ESC temperature, voltage, current, and motor RPM.
The advanced series of Aerostar ESC are designed for airplanes and helicopters and come with advanced governor and smooth start modes.
features an anti-spark circuit, massive capacitors with a second programming lead so there is no need to disconnect wires from your receiver! It also includes pre-installed 4.0 mm bullet plugs for the motor output. We've left the input leads bare so you can install your choice of connectors. To make airframe mounting easy we've included a snap in plastic mount!
• Aluminum heat sink case for good heat dissipation
• Adjustable motor timing for wide variety of motors and applications
• Programmable through transmitter command or optional LCD program card
• Opto coupled, no BEC
• Over heat, low voltage, lost signal and power arm protection
• Data logging such as temperature, voltage, current, and RPM
• Advanced governor mode and smooth start up perfect for helicopters
• Anti-spark circuit
• Includes plastic mounting bracket for clean airframe installations
Constant Current: 150A
Burst Current: 180A (10 sec.)
Input: 6~12S Lipoly
Motor Connector: 4.0mm Bullet
Note* Data logging feature is only available via the LCD programming card.
Hmotnost ( g )
give it all five but it wont hold up to my 65cc rimfire 10 sec of full throttle and wow it got hot. my Castle Creations Phoenix EDGE HV 160 160A Brushless ESC don't get hot at all.im sure this esc would be more for 30cc motorsI have 4 of these for bout 6 months now. Used in Assault 700 with MX800, EF 74" Electric 12s with Tacon 160 at 3600W, 8S Trex 600 at 3800W and 76" Slick 540 with Tacon 160 at 3600W. Ordered 2 more for Rotomax 50CC. So far max temp was 115F on the assault 700 (no cooling and was 105F on the 7X aircrafts). I do not trust the Turnigy Dlux anymore - caps burnt when doing tic tocs in heli and pull outs in aircraft's).Seems solid on the outside but haven't put it through a stress test as yet.
What is the frequency on this ESC?????? 8Kz , 12Kz , 16Kz, does anybody know????