HobbyKing® ™ 150A High performance Brushless ESC is suitable for on road / off road 1/5, 1/8 scale truck , car or buggy.
Enhanced throttle response, excellent acceleration,strong brakes and throttle linearity
Programable with a HKSS programming card to make adjustments.
Automatically detects the number of cells within the battery pack.
Multiple protection features: Low voltage cut-off protection, over-heat protection, throttle signal loss protection and motor blocked protection
Compatible with NOVAK, LRP , ORION Sensored brushless motor
Cont./Burst Current: 150A/1080A
Resistance: 0.0002 ohm
Suitable Car: 1/5, 1/8 on-road and off-road cars / trucks For competitive race
Suitable Brushless Motor: 3.5T (3660)
Battery: 6-18 cells Ni-xx (NiMH / NiCd) 2-6 cells Li-Po
BEC Output: 6V/3A of switch mode built-in BEC
Motor Type: Sensorless and sensored brushless motor (2 Pole Only)
Dimension: 55(W)*60(L) *40(H)
Weight: 150gWARNING: These ESC are not suited to 4 pole motors. Using this ESC with a 4 Pole motor will result in damaging the ESC.
This is an outstanding ESC I have had no problems running it unsensored with a Mamba Monster motor in traxxas xo1 I've also used it in my truggy sensored with the 2350 kV tacon 4 pole. I don't know why they call it a 2 pole only it works fine I've literally tried to ruin it over geared my x 01 and it just works just perfect. I have two.Great esc for the money! Easy to waterproof!
Using it on a savage XL with the flux motor.
Sometimes need to calibrate the radio. May not be the esc fault.works great with the sct 550fantastic speedie no issues so far and stays very cool with that large fan pumping. very easy to program via control and via the program card. keep in mind its quite large compared to other 150amp speedieshello,
I have two esc like this, and both have a low voltage cut off detection problem. I have read many forums that talked.
I tested with two different engines and two different batteries.
I would like a solution to solve my issue.
Ran this on my savage with a turnigy 4282 1500kv motor on 6s. Esc went up in smoke 2 mins into the run. Save your money. Not impressed with hobbyking on this one :(I bought one together with a trakstar motor 4 poles. Burned all mosfet after 2 minutes. dont buy it if you want to run a 4 poles motor. Hobbyking has to avoid to suggest a related motor 4 poles!Put this on my mates hpi apache flux SC and works good with his stock 4 pole motor running 4s, speed was 69km/h with larger 1/8MT tires and stock gearingFr seine Leistung sehr feinfhliger Regler, ber die Standfestigkeit kann ich noch nichts sagen.great esc had it for two years before it fried I ran it on 4s with a turnigy 1900kv 74amp moter in my emaxx and got good speed it never heated up and has outlasted any higher end escs that ive had the resion for 4 star rating is that it only is compatible with two pole moters so it wont work with most of the moters people want to run that are 6s compatible with this esc meaning that people often turn to xerun or other hobbywing systems dispit them being more expensive. an update of this esc would be nice. thanks hobby king
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