Manufactured in Taiwan from quality components the Scanner RC Competition Racing series of 1/10th Car ESCs offer uncompromising quality that will put you in the winners circle.
Featuring an Atmel IC with a resolution of 1024 DPI these ESCs offer extremely smooth and precise throttle control.
Cont. Current: 150A
Burst Current: 180A (10 Seconds)
Car Size: 1/10th
Battery: 2-3 Cell Lipo
Motor Type: Sensored Brushless
Size(HxLxW): 27 x 42 x 40mm
Weight: 67.9g (Including wires, Heatsink and Fan)
Motor Plugs: Required
Battery Plug: Required
On/Off Switch: Yes
Programming Options (Via Optional programming card)
Cut-off Voltage: 2.6v~3.4v
Running Mode: Forward+Brake / Forward & Reverse+Brake
Motor Timing: 2deg~12deg
Startup: Low / Mid / High / Peak High
Brake Force: 20%~100%
Inital Brake Force: 10%~100%
Drag Brake Force: 4%~30%
Switching: 8Khz / 16Khz
Nuetral Range: 2%~6%
dont use this for a 2.5t cant take the punishmentI just wanna say good job, this ESC is totally powerful, I am still using and working well!! especially the new version 2 is also adding top fan case for better protect.no more word, the ESC is top quality and 150A MOS-FET is enought for most Brushless motor, I am very happy with nice price too, thank HobbyKing, good job!!~!ESC ben fatto ,e senza nessun problema di assemblaggio,molto semplice da settare (ho tradotto il manuale da inglese in italiano)con la radiotrasmittente.
Lo provato su una barca per dieci minuti e riscalda molto poco.
L'inconveniente e che ESC non e settabile col Turnigy 2 in 1 Professional Program Box for Brushless ESC ,e col
TURNIGY BESC Programming Card,
foto del manuale tradotto in ITALIANO su FILESBad, bad, and bad...
Bought 2 and both burned, one in 3 gas pulls, the other one was 5 batteries, both with 6t ScannerRc motor.
I dont recomend this speed controler.ok lo provo e scrivo i commentiI bench tested this esc with a 2800kv motor with 3s battery. it wasn't right from word go and within 10 min it developed a dead short. It never even made it into a car.It's been over 1 month and HK are still in the process of checking it, therefore i would not advise buying oneI receved mine yesterday, in despite of a lot of negative coments i decided to buy it.
The ESC is not like that photo, is more like this:
It comes with 14AWG wires, so it is not difficult to doubt if it can really handle 150amps.
I am using it in my pan car 1/10 and scanner 6000kv brushless, it does not warm, probably works on 40C with this combination (17-81 teeth and small diameter tyres)
the fan is powerful, it makes "windy" arround the car. The BEC DOES NOT work at 5 volts, it works at 6 volts, measured by my voltimeter.
BE CAREFUL be sure that the phases are U with A, V with B, and W with C in sensored mode.
IT WORKS SENSORLESS TOO
the instruction manual is very poor, and to program it you'll need the programing card, or actually I didn't find the way to get in the programation with the programming button.
the screws CAN'T touch the fets, someone wrote that, at least in mine it is impossible, it has only 4 to hold the fan holder and the underbox.
I can't tell you more by the moment because it has some minutes of use, by the moment it seems a cheap ESC not too much powerful, and smooth, for 1/10 4x4 touring car it will need 12AWG wires. that is all hope I can help you.Really not happy with this esc, only ran it a few times, put a 3s thru it and it died. Took the esc out and i shook it because i heard a rattle, one of the drive chips had come off and was rattling around inside the case. Id go for a HK equivalent for the extra couple of quid.Very good ESC!
But works only in sensored mode. I try to run whith sensorless mode and its always "beeps" and not work