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Turnigy 5A 1S Brushless ESC

Turnigy 5A 1S Brushless ESC

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T5A-1S
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Turnigy 5A-1S ESC a very small and light brushless speed controller which supports 1S (3.7-4.2v) lipo cell with built-in 0.5A/5v BEC output. Perfect for micro-heli and indoor flyers.
 
Features:  
Microprocessor controlled
Extremely low resistance
3A continous(5A surge)
1S lipo cell or 3 cell NiMH/NiCAD
High rate adjustable switching (PWM:8KHz/12KHz/16KHz)
BEC: Max 0.5A (switching)
Low Voltage Cutoff: 3.0v 
Programmable cutoff types(soft cutoff/hard cutoff)
Programmable brake type(disable/soft brake/hard brake)
Time advance programmable (low/standard/high)
Programmable current limiting(very ensitive/standard/insensitive/disable)
Programmable startup type(very soft start/soft start/fast start)
Thermal Protection(100 centigrade)
Apply to most of inrunner and outrunner brushless motors.
Safe power on arming program ensures motor will not accidentally turn on.
Auto shut down when signal is lost or radio interference becomes severe for more than 3 seconds .After radio connection has been reestablished, moving the throttle to the lowest position can restart the motor.
 
Note: Programable with Turnigy monster programing card.
 
Spec.
voltage: 3.0~4.2V 
Cont. Current: 3A
Burst Current: 5A
Battery: 1 Cell Lipo / 3 cell Nixx
BEC: 5V/0.5A
Size: 25*13*5mm
Weight: 2g

We suggest customers to not program the esc with their Tx.
  • SKU T5A-1S
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 25.0000
  • Packaging Length 100.00
  • Packaging Width 6.00
  • Packaging Height 80.00
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I replaced a brushed motor and Esc for one of theses 1s ESC and a 1-2s brussless motor and now the model flys much better and for longer .
Great result.

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I replaced a brushed motor and Esc for one of theses 1s ESC and a 1-2s brussless motor and now the model flys much better and for longer .
Great result.

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Just a heads up, these things are not suitable for multicopters. Far too slow to handle it. They are quite nice though.

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Just a heads up, these things are not suitable for multicopters. Far too slow to handle it. They are quite nice though.

Great little esc provided you use the sub 2 gram servos so as not to overload the tiny switch mode power supply. I'm running this with an AP03 7500kV motor, 4025 GWS prop, orange Spektrum compatible 4ch receiver and two of the 1.7g linear servos and sub 30g flying weight for vertical performance.

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Great little esc provided you use the sub 2 gram servos so as not to overload the tiny switch mode power supply. I'm running this with an AP03 7500kV motor, 4025 GWS prop, orange Spektrum compatible 4ch receiver and two of the 1.7g linear servos and sub 30g flying weight for vertical performance.

Noticeably more thrust from the AP03 7500 kV motor than I got previously with the XP 3A 1S esc.
It does stutter with the AP03 7500kV motor on startup on the fast start setting and won't start at all on the other two settings unless the prop is given a flip. I haven't experimented yet with the timing mode so see if that helps.
Switch mode esc seems to handle load from orange 2.4 gHz Rx and two 2.5 g sub micro servos without getting hot.

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Noticeably more thrust from the AP03 7500 kV motor than I got previously with the XP 3A 1S esc.
It does stutter with the AP03 7500kV motor on startup on the fast start setting and won't start at all on the other two settings unless the prop is given a flip. I haven't experimented yet with the timing mode so see if that helps.
Switch mode esc seems to handle load from orange 2.4 gHz Rx and two 2.5 g sub micro servos without getting hot.

Great esc, bec runs 2 hs55's with no problem. Get the program card as it is hard to hear the motor beeps. Pulling 2 amps in the vid.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7wIipaCIp0

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Great esc, bec runs 2 hs55's with no problem. Get the program card as it is hard to hear the motor beeps. Pulling 2 amps in the vid.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7wIipaCIp0

This is a great ESC. The best part is that even if you use single cell Lipo, it still puts out 5 volts to your radio. That's right, it has a switching voltage booster for the receiver supply!!

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This is a great ESC. The best part is that even if you use single cell Lipo, it still puts out 5 volts to your radio. That's right, it has a switching voltage booster for the receiver supply!!

Very small and light.easy to use.

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Very small and light.easy to use.

regolatore leggerisimo per micro motori,funzionale ed a baso costo

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