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Dualsky 60A BESC 20V

Dualsky 60A BESC 20V

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SKU:
XC6020BA
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  • Supported highest motor speed: 210000 RPM(2 poles), 70000 RPM(6 poles), 35000 RPM(12 poles)
  • Smooth and accurate speed control, excellent throttle linearity
  • Extreme low resistance, super current endurance
  • XMotorTM optimized timing advance.
  • High rate (8 KHz) switching (PWM)
  • Cutoff can be programmed for motor stop or reduced power
  • Brake/No Brake operation. Stop folding props cold or let fixed props freewheel
  • Full protection features: Low-voltage cutoff protection / over-heat protection / throttle signal lost protection
  • 3 startup modes: Normal / Soft / Super-Soft startup, can be used for both fixed-wing aircraft or helicopter models
  • Throttle range can be configured, fully compatible with all market available transmitters
  • Microprocessor and BEC(Battery Elimination Circuit) use separate voltage regulator IC , with good anti-jamming capability  
  • Programming card coming soon (for easily programming the ESC on field)

    MODEL: XC6015BA

  • Voltage : 2-5 Cell Lipo (Max 18.5v)

  • Max Current : 60A (70 Surge)

  • BEC : 5V/3A

  • Weight: 42gr

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    • SKU:
      XC6020BA
    • Brand:
      N/A
    • Capacity (mAh)
      No
    • Shipping Weight(g)
      50.00
    • Length:
      0.00
    • Width:
      0.00
    • Height
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