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HobbyKing 6A ESC 0.5A UBEC

HobbyKing 6A ESC 0.5A UBEC

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Specs:
Constant Current: 6A
Burst Current: 8A
Battery: 2-3S Lipoly / 5-8s NiXX
BEC: 5v / 0.5A
Motor Type: Sensorless Brushless
Size: 22x6x13mm
Weight: 6g


  • SKU 261000001
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 18.0000
  • Length 120.00
  • Width 4.00
  • Height 80.00
  • HobbyKing 6A ESC 0.5A UBEC
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I have many of them in small craft and only had one fail because I tried to use the programing card with it. Do not use the the programming card on this esc. Ya gotta listen to the beeps. It's annoying but actually pretty quick. I use them on 2 and 3s even pulling 10 amps thru them for 20-30 sec and haven't fried one yet.

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I have many of them in small craft and only had one fail because I tried to use the programing card with it. Do not use the the programming card on this esc. Ya gotta listen to the beeps. It's annoying but actually pretty quick. I use them on 2 and 3s even pulling 10 amps thru them for 20-30 sec and haven't fried one yet.

I have this on a Crash Test Hobby Scythe powering a V-spec 1304-3100kv motor on 2s with an auw of 129 grams and it cogs a bit each time I power it up then works great the rest of the flying time. After 30ish flights I put 3s batt on and it cogged real bad until I ran it up and down thru the rpm's 6 or so times then seemed ok. I then flew it and it browned out in 10 seconds so I powered it on n off a cpl more times and the same thing. I then checked that batt to find nothing wrong, switched batts and the same thing happened. I'll order another and try that out n see what happens.

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I have this on a Crash Test Hobby Scythe powering a V-spec 1304-3100kv motor on 2s with an auw of 129 grams and it cogs a bit each time I power it up then works great the rest of the flying time. After 30ish flights I put 3s batt on and it cogged real bad until I ran it up and down thru the rpm's 6 or so times then seemed ok. I then flew it and it browned out in 10 seconds so I powered it on n off a cpl more times and the same thing. I then checked that batt to find nothing wrong, switched batts and the same thing happened. I'll order another and try that out n see what happens.

In general, these HK UBEC ESCs are my favourite by far! They have the best value, and are very easy to flash to Simonk, with the pads being at the bottom corner of the ESC, and using an Atmel MCU. Regardless of the Amperage rating, I have these as my go to ESC when I buy new ones, I also recommend them to everyone.

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In general, these HK UBEC ESCs are my favourite by far! They have the best value, and are very easy to flash to Simonk, with the pads being at the bottom corner of the ESC, and using an Atmel MCU. Regardless of the Amperage rating, I have these as my go to ESC when I buy new ones, I also recommend them to everyone.

I heave never seen so small ESC before. I am pretty impressed with its quality Good heat dissipation and well volatage stabilisation makes it my best buy at HK!

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I heave never seen so small ESC before. I am pretty impressed with its quality Good heat dissipation and well volatage stabilisation makes it my best buy at HK!

Solid workhorse and super reliable. A good ESC to run with the smaller motors; check the wattage and other details to see if it is suitable for your application. There is information on the purchase page about this.

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Solid workhorse and super reliable. A good ESC to run with the smaller motors; check the wattage and other details to see if it is suitable for your application. There is information on the purchase page about this.

really small perfect for esc light

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really small perfect for esc light

very very tiny esc but does the job, so light u can use it for micro planes

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very very tiny esc but does the job, so light u can use it for micro planes

Nice light wight and cheap ESC. Can be flashed with SimonK for use in a quadcopter. I have it installed in my mini-quad using Turnigy 2211 2300kv Motors and 5030 propellers.

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Nice light wight and cheap ESC. Can be flashed with SimonK for use in a quadcopter. I have it installed in my mini-quad using Turnigy 2211 2300kv Motors and 5030 propellers.

Used this to control my hexTronic 16 gram Brushless Outrunner 1700kv and it works great! The programming options are many and they are the same as the 10 or 15 amp HK ESC. I'll use more of these in the future especially at this price.

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Used this to control my hexTronic 16 gram Brushless Outrunner 1700kv and it works great! The programming options are many and they are the same as the 10 or 15 amp HK ESC. I'll use more of these in the future especially at this price.

mine is working fine.

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mine is working fine.

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