H-KING ESCs are an excellent choice for any plane requiring linear, sharp and reliable throttle response. H-KING speed controllers are made by a very well known and respected ESC manufacturer. We save you a stack of cash by using a H-KING sticker and minimal packaging.
The H-KING speed controller includes a 2A BEC (Battery Eliminator Circuit) to power your receiver, there is no need to have a separate receiver battery. The H-KING range of ESCs are pre-setup with LiPo and auto-cell detection so you can just plug it in and fly! Basic
Amp rating: 50A
Burst Rate (15sec): 55A
BEC Current: 2A, 5V (Linear)
Voltage: (2-4 cell Lipo)
FET: Fairchild N Channel
Very good ESC simple to program if you need too . I use these with a water block fitted in my boats and on my fixed wing craft .. I have not had a problem ....recommended.Bought this ESC for my Radjet which will be on 4S. Initial setup was good, hooked up the blue HK programming card and the only options you have are battery type, Brake,cutoff voltage per cell and change of direction. When I reconnected to my outrunner, all I got was constant chirping as if the ESC was not receiving a throttle signal!!
Tried everything but no good. I read somewhere that a similar thing happened to someone else and the fix was to hook up the ESC to 2S (I tried 3S & 4S previously) Well all of a sudden it started to work perfectly although the cell count is wrong. On 2S you get 3 beeps and 5 beeps on 4S?? Went through instruction manual and all seems OK. I'm only running 2 micro servos so BEC circuit is OK at 2 Amp.Now to test in the air.....?Bought 2 of these. XT60 and 3mm motor connectors already neatly fitted.
Receiver lead a bit short, otherwise an
excellent product.Für den preis super, einfach über die fernsteuerung zu programmierenHave had two of these installed in one of my FPV planes. Bought them for the light weight and convenience of pre-installed connectors. Both have failed in the air. Luckily using a separate BEC and was able to keep control of the aircraft to land. Running 4s setup 42 amp max draw. Had good cooling airflow but they seem to run very hot and would quit working completely after a few minutes of hard running. Once cooled off will work again (for short periods) Might work better with a lower amp draw...ESC is very good, not hot.This esc I have not a single complaint with, and I have purchased many of them. Not one have given me even a single problem, and work v3ry well on my fixed wing aircraft.Brilliant. Simple to install, easy to set up and comes with 3.5mm bullet connectors and an XT60 plug already attached. I've been using the 35A version for a while in my scratchbuilds so it was an obvious choice when I needed a larger ESC.
I fitted one to my Hobbyking T45 Goshawk in place of the supplied 30A ESC and it delivers excellent performance.This esc can handle pretty good but can use a better wire thickness wires get hotAs long as your power requirements for servos are low - moderate as the BEC is Linear 2A only ... these ESC are fine. Do not exceed 45 - 50A at all though ... burst current is not advised and will shorten its life - possibly fail. My recc'd is to keep this ESC for 35A max use ...
Interesting is that - the shape and size is perfect fit into recess in JPowers (Mini 50mm) T45 ESC slot. It is a good upgrade for that model and allows a 4S pack to be used.
My twin Floaterjet powered Tu144 on Wattflyer.com is controlled with a pair of these ... very good.
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