The Birdie range ofs are.. well.. CHEEP! CHEEP!
No frills (or feathers) here, just great value for money! Each and every Birdieis QC checked by Hobbyking and placed under a 2 minute load test ensuring your Birdie will be ready to fly!
If your looking for anwith basic features and reliability at a bargain price you better bag a Birdie before they all fly the coop!
Max Current: 80A
Burst Current: 90A
BEC: 3A / 5v
Timing: 1º/7º/15º/30º programmable
Cell Type: NiMH/NiCD/
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.
My Birdie 90A doesn't work with a 6S battery. The Hobbyking Quality Control is very deficient. I have paid for a Speed Controller that doesn't work.If I want to return it to China to the warranty service, the shipping costs are higher than the cost of the article, so I will have to "eat" my Birdie and spend my money in another one.
great esc. easy to program with the stick. I wish I would have bought a smaller 1. It will fry a 70mm edf real quick. So ordering a smaller 1 for my edf. Guess I'll have to get a 90mm edf just so I can use this 1.All and all great esc for the price.would recommend this.Really good esc but 4 stars because when i slowly increase thortle it does not move motor at all even when it is at full throtle in my transmitter. IT also cuts out when i set it to one quarter throtle. But all of that might be my transmitters fault. It also stops the motor really fast after going from full to no throtle in an instant.