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YEP 20A HV (2~12S) SBEC w/Selectable Voltage Output

YEP 20A HV (2~12S) SBEC w/Selectable Voltage Output

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Known for their excellent quality, value and performance, the YEP series lineup is expanding to offer even more electronic components to meet our customer's needs.

The YEP 20A HV SBEC is a must have for any model where clean, reliable power for your electronics is required. Offering a wide input voltage range of 6~50V, the YEP 20A SBEC can be used with just about any application from small models all the way up to 800 size helis or large gas airplanes.

The voltage output is selectable by jumper for 5V, 5.5V, 6V, 7V or 9V operation. Additionally, this unit features dual output leads which not only provides power redundancy, it also spreads the current load over two sets of leads to ensure you are not putting too many Amps through one lead.

Features:
• Switching BEC
• High voltage input (2~12S lipoly)
• Convenient jumper selectable voltage output of 5V/5.5V/6V/7V/9V (no programming required)
• High current handling of up to 20A
• Dual output leads offering power redundancy
• Integrated heatsink

Specs:
Max Cont Current: 20A
Input Voltage: 2-12 cells li-XX or 6-35 cells Ni-MH/Ni-CD battery
Output Voltage: Jumper selectable 5V/5.5V/6V/7V/9V (no programming required)
PCB Size: 57x26mm
Weight: 42g

  • SKU 9355000029-0
  • Brand YEP
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 56.0000
  • Packaging Length 80.00
  • Packaging Width 25.00
  • Packaging Height 45.00
  • YEP HV 20A SBEC
  • Programming the YEP using throttle
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This is a great Sbec the dual leads are perfect for my full scale Heli application. The only issue is mounting the unit. I designed a mount for this SBEC and you can download it at: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3055843

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This is a great Sbec the dual leads are perfect for my full scale Heli application. The only issue is mounting the unit. I designed a mount for this SBEC and you can download it at: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3055843

Bought 2 of this. They are cheap and reliable.

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Bought 2 of this. They are cheap and reliable.

I bought 4, two on each gasser each one with it's own accu, switch and Rx. On bench testing works good. Didn't flight it yet. I read about input wires not being thick enough, well maybe I place it wrong but isn't it supose to go between the switch and Rx? Initialy I went..oh well I'll buy a couple of heavy duty plugs like the XT60 that my 2SLiFe already have and mount on the SBECs to conect them but it's not logic to have them all the time connected to the accu, and transform current all the time, but only when I fly right? So the SBEC receives the current from the switch, the switches even heavy duty ones they have relatively thin wires and servo plugs. So I mountet a servo male plug to the SBEC to be conected at the switch. This way only when I open the circuit from the switch the SBEC will receive voltage and send it to the RX. How to put thicker leads or other plugs if the switches have thin leads and servo plugs?

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I bought 4, two on each gasser each one with it's own accu, switch and Rx. On bench testing works good. Didn't flight it yet. I read about input wires not being thick enough, well maybe I place it wrong but isn't it supose to go between the switch and Rx? Initialy I went..oh well I'll buy a couple of heavy duty plugs like the XT60 that my 2SLiFe already have and mount on the SBECs to conect them but it's not logic to have them all the time connected to the accu, and transform current all the time, but only when I fly right? So the SBEC receives the current from the switch, the switches even heavy duty ones they have relatively thin wires and servo plugs. So I mountet a servo male plug to the SBEC to be conected at the switch. This way only when I open the circuit from the switch the SBEC will receive voltage and send it to the RX. How to put thicker leads or other plugs if the switches have thin leads and servo plugs?

Great quality product, i'll probably change the two leads to one thicker instead.

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Great quality product, i'll probably change the two leads to one thicker instead.

Schaut gut aus. Praxistest fehlt noch.

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Schaut gut aus. Praxistest fehlt noch.

Great SBEC. Cloned and can be upgraded with a 10v avalanche diod on its out put like the original V2 now has. I run the Optipower BEC-GUARD Plug & Play Protection instead. All in my TT X50e heli with HV hungry digital servos. this SBEC can easily handle hardcore 3D

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Great SBEC. Cloned and can be upgraded with a 10v avalanche diod on its out put like the original V2 now has. I run the Optipower BEC-GUARD Plug & Play Protection instead. All in my TT X50e heli with HV hungry digital servos. this SBEC can easily handle hardcore 3D

Super Modul weiter Eingangsspannungsbereich und auch die Ausgangsspannung ist einstellbar

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Super Modul weiter Eingangsspannungsbereich und auch die Ausgangsspannung ist einstellbar

Dimensions stated are correct. The output voltage is stable and precise under load. Looking at the dimension it's possible that this BEC will give 20A output. 16AWG on input. I think I'll change the dual voltage cable with a more thick cable perhaps 16AWG if programming to need 20A on output.

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Dimensions stated are correct. The output voltage is stable and precise under load. Looking at the dimension it's possible that this BEC will give 20A output. 16AWG on input. I think I'll change the dual voltage cable with a more thick cable perhaps 16AWG if programming to need 20A on output.

uno de los mejores sbec que he probado, funcionando con 5 servos, va increible, sin ningun tipo de corte

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uno de los mejores sbec que he probado, funcionando con 5 servos, va increible, sin ningun tipo de corte

I replaced twin NiMh setup in my gasoline powered Zlin. The power supply I use are ex Flight pack LiPo's but more than capable of handling radio / ignition supply via this unit. Excellent stable power to the models gear. I will be replacing all my NiMh setups in my wet fuel models with these units. The combined weight of LiPo and YEP unit is less than a similar capacity NiMh with the added advantage of no voltage drop on high demand.

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I replaced twin NiMh setup in my gasoline powered Zlin. The power supply I use are ex Flight pack LiPo's but more than capable of handling radio / ignition supply via this unit. Excellent stable power to the models gear. I will be replacing all my NiMh setups in my wet fuel models with these units. The combined weight of LiPo and YEP unit is less than a similar capacity NiMh with the added advantage of no voltage drop on high demand.

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