The HobbyKing Red Bricks wont win first place for style, though they will take top points for simplicity and reliability. With a basic set of programming features these s are a perfect solution for anyone looking for a basic yet robust speed controller.
The Red Bricks have been engineered with heat dissipation in mind. featuring over sized Aluminium heat sinks the Red Brick s are slightly larger than many s in their class, however this compromise in size is aimed at assisting to eliminate the problems associated with over heating.
• Smooth, linear throttle response
• Uses powerful, high performance MCU
• Multiple self protection functions: abnormal voltage input, low battery protection, over thermal protection, throttle signal loss
• Programmable via throttle stick (see instructions under "Files" tab)
Constant Current: 70A
Max Burst Current: 90A
Input Voltage: 2~7S (7.4~25.9), 6~20 NiCd/NiMH
BEC: 5V/5 A
Servo Lead: JR Type
Hmotnost ( g )
Ive had a good run with red brick esc's great value but they don't work on fully charged 7s as stated advise to stay with 6s.great ESC. doesn't come with battery or motor connectors or shrink wrap. you'll need to be comfortabl e with a solder iron. but five minutes of soldering and you'll save 75pcnt relative to the local hobby store.....Excelente variador de velocidad, muy buena calidad y muy recomendable, ideal para motores de mas de 1,5kg de empujeDead Brick,
It worked for 30secs, juiced it up to barely 20amps (3s) then poof! A 70 amp DeadBrick is born.
Now I wait for RMA approval and hopefully a new esc.
4 crowns for the color and sticker..................................................................Variador Red Brick de 70!...Muy buena relacion precio calidad!!???????????????????????? ????? ?????? ????? ?????????? ?????????I can not find a good manual for this thing. I've looked at all the red brick ones, including
the 50A one named "USE THIS ONE". This speed control does not emit those programming sounds. It also does not respond to medium throttle when attempting to enter a sub menu.
It seems to behave where it lists all of the sub menu options after the main header option sound. There are four different sets. I have experimented and mapped them and have gotten all of the basic functions right like rotation direction, throttle range etc, but I'm worried about voltage cutoff. Can some one help me out here?