The Turnigy TrackStar 120A Short Course ESC is the latest addition to our TrackStar ESC range. It's optimized for use with 4 pole motors which are becoming quite popular in the Short Course truck class, but of course works well with any sensorless brushless car motor.
Using a Fast Silicon Labs MCU and high quality On-Semiconductor MOSFETs the TrackStar 120A SC ESC sets a new standard in high quality yet affordable car ESCs. With Intelligent MCU logic the TrackStar series ESCs allow extremely precise start up control and positioning feedback from the motor. This translates into very smooth start up and acceleration.
The Turnigy TrackStar 120A SC ESC also boasts a host of programming options not usually found in an ESC at this price and can be programmed with ease via the Turnigy TrackStar programming card (sold separately). The Turnigy TrackStar 120A SC ESC also includes 3 x 12AWG motor wires and 2 x 12AWG power input wires.
• 120A Continuous Current / 760A Burst
• Sensored/Sensorless Operation
• 2~4S LiPoly Capable
• Timing Indicator LED (Blinky Mode)
• ESC Overheat Protection
• Adjustable Boost and Turbo Timing
• Adjustable Brake and Drag Brake
• PC Programmable
Constant/Burst Current: 120A / 760A
Motor Compatibility: Brushless sensored and sensorless
Car Compatibility: 1/10 SCT or Monster, 1/8 SCT or Buggy
6S NiMH or 2S LiPoly: KV<6000
7~9S NiMH or 3S LiPoly: KV<4000
10~12S NiMH or 4S LiPoly: KV<3000
Battery Cell Count: 6~12S NiMH or 2~4S LiPoly
BEC Output: 6V @ 3A
Weight: 82g (without wires)
*Note* Above is a list of some of the key programming options. Many more options are available when used with the PC software (TrackStar Multi-Function Smart Program Box required). See user manual located under the "Files" tab below for full details. TrackStar Link PC software also available for download under the "Files" tab.
Hmotnost ( g )
I would recommend using the 2.06 version of the USB program. It is easier to use. the only gripe i have is that it does not support boost mode and the turbo mode does not work at all. It makes the motor jump for a split second then do nothing. If you use it for just blinky like me its fine. Will probable upgrade to a RX8 someday. Great beginner esc.Thought I would try this in one of my RC's. Nothing but trouble with this esc. Goes WOT when it wants to causing more damage than I would have spent on a high end esc. Usb programming is always a pain with it. Sometimes refuses to move... I could go on.