The Birdie range of ESCs are.. well.. CHEEP! CHEEP!
No frills (or feathers) here, just great value for money! Each and every Birdie ESC is QC checked by Hobbyking and placed under a 2 minute load test ensuring your Birdie will be ready to fly!
If your looking for an ESC with basic features and reliability at a bargain price you better bag a Birdie before they all fly the coop!
Max Current: 40A
Burst Current: 50A
Timing: 1º/7º/15º/30º programmable
Cell Type: NiMH/NiCD/Lipoly
Cell Count: 2s~6S
Throttle Setting: Auto/Hard/Soft
Brake: No Brake/Soft/Medium/Hard
Direction: Clockwise/Counter Clockwise
Cut off: Soft/Hard
A Manual can be downloaded under the files tab for stick input programming.
Hmotnost ( g )
I bought two of these ESC's both do not work they just constantly beep and my reciver never got power since returning cost more then they do I cut off the cover and the rec wire was not connected so I soldered it on and it still did not workUsing this on my 68mm EDF Balsa Jet...Works really well and is good on price , no complaints works really well so farBought Two of these for a twin project.Easy to program and the responce to power change is very smooth.ECS is cool to the touch after a 6 min at max power on a 3s 2200 45c battery.I will buy more.Kiwi4WARNING!
I wonder if this ESC can really be used up to 6s. It is made up with NTD80N02G MOSFETs, which are 24V rated, therefore the rating of the ESC should be of only 12V. I will use it only for 2s.
Otherwise, it is a powerfull ESC, handling 40-50A as stated, with smooth throttle control.Good Esc, but programming doesnt work with this instructions, and i cant change timing