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Turnigy dlux 80A HV Brushless Speed Controller (OPTO)

Turnigy dlux 80A HV Brushless Speed Controller (OPTO)

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TGY_DEL80HV
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Turnigy® dlux ESCs have set a new bench mark in quality and performance. Each ESC uses a twin PCB design separating the motor power supply & MCU. This design allows for optimum component layout on each PCB and provides the ideal configuration for heat dissipation and thermal efficiency. Both PCBs are enclosed in a full aluminum heat sink casing to ensure maximum heat dispersion. All Turnigy dlux ESCs can be programmed via a programing card or by transmitter. Clear and easy to understand instructions are included.

Spec.
Max Cont Current: 80A
Max Burst Current: 95A
BEC: N/A
LiPo: 6~12S
NiMH: 16~36cells
Weight: 112grams
Max RPM (2-pole): 200,000rpm
Size: 52 x 33 x 23mm
Motor Plug: Female 4mm bullet Connector
Battery Plug: Nil
Features: Spark Eliminator Lead with 2mm Plug

Features.
Extremely low internal resistance
Very low operation temperature
Over temperature protection
APEC MoSfets (Taiwain)

Programming Options.
Battery Type: 6S~12S
Forward/Reverse
Soft Start
LV Cut off Type (Ignore, Reduce Power, Stop Motor)
LV Cut off setting (2.5~3.5v in 0.1v increments)
Timing (Auto, Very Low, Low, Normal, High, Very Hgh)
Switching (8,16kHz)
Factory Restore
Active RPM Control: On/Off (Governor Mode)

Default factory settings.
Brake: off
Battery: LiPo Auto Detect
Low Voltage: 3.2v (power down motor)
Timing: Auto
Frequency: 8KHz

Note: Programming box now available, check the related items below.

  • SKU TGY_DEL80HV
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 153.0000
  • Length 140.00
  • Width 27.00
  • Height 100.00
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How is the spark arrester wired?

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How is the spark arrester wired?

Could someone describe how to wire up the spark control wire with the 2mm plug? I understand The principal but seems like it should have a black lead also.
Maybe a wiring diagram in the instructions would be helpful.
Thanks

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Could someone describe how to wire up the spark control wire with the 2mm plug? I understand The principal but seems like it should have a black lead also.
Maybe a wiring diagram in the instructions would be helpful.
Thanks

I purchased this speed controller after the one I wanted was out of stock. I am running 12s on a large turnigy aerodrive motor on a Sig Rascal 110 inch. I have not been able to get it to function with 12s. First I thought it was my solder connections, but I redid them all and they are good. I discovered it runs perfectly on one 6s battery. I am programming with the transmitter. Also, some of the description on this page is incorrect. It does not autosense cells and the timing only does automatic, medium and high. I am waiting on the programming box to get here. Maybe I will have better luck with that. If it ends up working on 12s I will amend my review. Right now I cannot use it.

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I purchased this speed controller after the one I wanted was out of stock. I am running 12s on a large turnigy aerodrive motor on a Sig Rascal 110 inch. I have not been able to get it to function with 12s. First I thought it was my solder connections, but I redid them all and they are good. I discovered it runs perfectly on one 6s battery. I am programming with the transmitter. Also, some of the description on this page is incorrect. It does not autosense cells and the timing only does automatic, medium and high. I am waiting on the programming box to get here. Maybe I will have better luck with that. If it ends up working on 12s I will amend my review. Right now I cannot use it.

as i have got the 55 low vloltage, i needed

a HV esc so i gave it a go.

Well All i can say it IS as good as a Castle

very smooth ran 8 cell on a AXI 4130/16

was over 2000watts very easy no drama, just got on with it

yes i would get another one

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as i have got the 55 low vloltage, i needed

a HV esc so i gave it a go.

Well All i can say it IS as good as a Castle

very smooth ran 8 cell on a AXI 4130/16

was over 2000watts very easy no drama, just got on with it

yes i would get another one

Used the programming box to set-up, running 12s @ 60A full load current, can't fault it prefer it to my Hobbywing 100A HV ESC. Very good value.

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Used the programming box to set-up, running 12s @ 60A full load current, can't fault it prefer it to my Hobbywing 100A HV ESC. Very good value.

Horrible. Lit on fire while on a SK3 6374. Burned my model down.

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Horrible. Lit on fire while on a SK3 6374. Burned my model down.

Running an APC 16x12 on 8 cells works perfectly. Have had not one issue with this esc for over 2 years now. Would buy again.

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Running an APC 16x12 on 8 cells works perfectly. Have had not one issue with this esc for over 2 years now. Would buy again.

Eigentlich wrde ich dem Teil keinen eintzigen Stern verleihen. Nur nach zwei Rundflge ist das Teil abgeraucht. Schwach.

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Eigentlich wrde ich dem Teil keinen eintzigen Stern verleihen. Nur nach zwei Rundflge ist das Teil abgeraucht. Schwach.

Does what it is made for. Runs on 10S and motor is smooth, regulation is linear and it seems to reach its specs. So as of now, good product.

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Does what it is made for. Runs on 10S and motor is smooth, regulation is linear and it seems to reach its specs. So as of now, good product.

Works as it should. No issues so far. recomended product.

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Works as it should. No issues so far. recomended product.

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