The Hobbyking SS series comes with a limited range of programming functions and are designed to be plug & play.
A perfect ESC for those looking for something simple to use and economic.
Cells: 2-7S Li Po
Max Current: 90A [over 70A use 6S only]
Burst : 100A
Timing: 1/7/15/30 programmable
PWM: 8/16KFeatures.Constant current 90A Max 100A <10SLi-Poly 2-7 cellsDynamic BrakingBEC: optoAuto shut down when lose signalSlow down at 3.0V per cell Lipo, Cut-off at 2.9V per cell Lipo 0.8V NiMhUser Programming options.
Brake setting 4 options: Direction and Cutoff Type
Timing Mode Setting: 1 / 7 / 15 / 30
PWM setting: 8K/16K
Note:This ESC is OPTO, with no BEC supplying power to your receiver. You will need an extra power source for your receiver. (such as UBEC or Rx battery pack)
If you hear the music tone repeat for more than 3 times, you may need to check your power source to the receiver.
This Product Is Great for its price and does what its meant to do.
I paired it with a hk 1600kv outrunner and it works on 4s without any problems.
Programming via rx/tx is easy.variateur pas cher mais au combien serviable, mont avec un ubec. cest un vario correct, faut pas se tromper de puissance, cest tout. c'est un bon produitI've got a few of these in various models and have not had a failure. I've used them at 85A in a Funjet Ultra with no overheating problems.
Two things to note first and foremost: Firstly, and most importantly this ESC is NOT plug and play. You need to program it via your transmitter as there is no programming card available that I know of, but it's really not difficult.
Secondly, for some reason these get really hot when programming if you use anything over 3S to do the programming with. You can still set the cell count to what you're going to be using though, as it does not auto detect the cell type or count. I always program them using a 2S lipo and have had no overheating problems as have been reported by others in the past.
As a cheap, no frills ESC it's excellent value for money. As with most budget ESCs though, i suspect it's abilities are overrated and so wouldn't use this on anything that's going to be drawing more then 80A continuous. Still, since it's OPTO, you will still have control of your model should you be unlucky enough to suffer a failure.Bought 2 of those. One works. The other burnt out and smoked off when connecting 2nd time although I did everything right. Only good thing it didnt shorten the battery.
Very frustrating, lost money and efforts. Not recommended at all.Well thought out. I was able to find a small clear plastic box (packaging material) that fit perfectly over circuit and up to heatsink...long story short waterproofs nicely, mods well.Funguje to velmi dobre v 2,6 kg akrobatu s vrtulou 15x6D.O.A.
dont you love to wait for weeks for your order to arrive only to find it is dead on arrival. well I don't Ill go back to my tried and true dynam esc's never had one fail and Ill have it in 3 daysThese are great speed controllers. This one is for a spare because I always like to have one if I need it...great ESC I had it for over a year and so many flights, I'm using it on the flyfly F-100 with the eflite 80mm fan and motor combo on 6SHave had two, both now in garbage. Running 6s 60 amps static. Both ran for about a season, both failed in air with no warning. One crash (failed on low downwind leg). One even ran again after cool down but tossed it anyway having caused crash. Confirmed not radio, battery, motor etc. First failure maybe a fluke, second failure, confirmed you get what you pay for. < $25 for 100 amp controller? Too good to be true in my two cases. Don't go cheap on ESC.
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