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Hobbywing X-Rotor ESC - 20amp

Hobbywing X-Rotor ESC - 20amp

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11,33 €
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Peso:
35 g
SKU:
9020000029-0
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La serie Hobbywing X-Rotor ESC son un controlador de velocidad multirotor buena calidad. Tienen una amplia gama de características de programación combinados con una curva de motor lineal.

Nuestros controladores de la serie X-Rotor Hobbywing vienen con una garantía de 12 meses. Estos controladores de velocidad se venden en los países occidentales bajo diversos nombres en el triple del precio. Estamos seguros de que encontrará estos para estar entre los mejores BESC disponible en Asia.

Programable por el usuario, tanto a través del controlador y la tarjeta de programación opcional. La tarjeta de programación es un excelente elemento que le ahorra la molestia de intentar usar su transmisor. En el acto se muestra la configuración actual y cambiar los ajustes son tan fáciles como unos pocos clics de botón.

Especulación.
Cont actual: 20A
Burst actual: 25A
Modo BEC: No BEC
Las células Lipo: 2-4
NiMH: 5-12
Peso: 13 g
Tamaño: 32x24x10mm

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 9020000029-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso ( g) 35.00
  • Longitud 110.00
  • Ancho 10.00
  • Altura 110.00
  • HobbyWing X-Rotor ESC
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Good solid performance.. would be nice if preflashed with BLHeli. I do get a bit of video noise from these on my race quad.. more than I get from some dys 20 amp controls with capacitors. Good smooth power output and nice throttle response with stock out of box setup.

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Good solid performance.. would be nice if preflashed with BLHeli. I do get a bit of video noise from these on my race quad.. more than I get from some dys 20 amp controls with capacitors. Good smooth power output and nice throttle response with stock out of box setup.

Bought to use with ZMR250. much more awesome when flash with BlHeli into this esc. so many method in youtube how to flash it with arduino nano.

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Bought to use with ZMR250. much more awesome when flash with BlHeli into this esc. so many method in youtube how to flash it with arduino nano.

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I bought one to test with my Multistar 4220-650Kv but it loses sync over 80pcnt throttle on 4s and 11x4.7 prop

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I bought one to test with my Multistar 4220-650Kv but it loses sync over 80pcnt throttle on 4s and 11x4.7 prop

I wanted to see how these did on my new build. I used these along with the Multistar Elite 2204-2300KV. as it turned out, this is the smoothest, most responsive model I have built. I have been flying them for over six months now and have not had one hiccup. These are now my preferred ESC's and will be using them on all of my builds!

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I wanted to see how these did on my new build. I used these along with the Multistar Elite 2204-2300KV. as it turned out, this is the smoothest, most responsive model I have built. I have been flying them for over six months now and have not had one hiccup. These are now my preferred ESC's and will be using them on all of my builds!

Very good ESC. Works fine with my NAZA (throttle calibration min 1000s - max 2000s), very smooth with stock settings on 1000kV motors. I've seen a lot of ESCs from inside and a lot of strange soldering... I was surprised this ESC is soldered so well and has a nice layout. The FETs have good thermal contact to the aluminumplate. The wires are AWG18, the exact weight is 14,6g.
One thing is suboptimal: Because of the capacitor on the input you cannot fix the ESC flat to a frame. Just heat the shrinkingtube and bend the cap carefully away.

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Very good ESC. Works fine with my NAZA (throttle calibration min 1000s - max 2000s), very smooth with stock settings on 1000kV motors. I've seen a lot of ESCs from inside and a lot of strange soldering... I was surprised this ESC is soldered so well and has a nice layout. The FETs have good thermal contact to the aluminumplate. The wires are AWG18, the exact weight is 14,6g.
One thing is suboptimal: Because of the capacitor on the input you cannot fix the ESC flat to a frame. Just heat the shrinkingtube and bend the cap carefully away.

Using them on a f330 quad on 3s with 1000kv motors with 8x4.5 props and they don't even heat at at all. Over all build quality is very good to. will be using the 40a versions in the future on a larger quad or hex.

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Using them on a f330 quad on 3s with 1000kv motors with 8x4.5 props and they don't even heat at at all. Over all build quality is very good to. will be using the 40a versions in the future on a larger quad or hex.

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