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TrackStar 1 / 10º sin escobillas sin sensores 80A resistente al agua ESC V2

TrackStar 1 / 10º sin escobillas sin sensores 80A resistente al agua ESC V2

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La serie impermeable Turnigy TrackStar de los CES ofrecen un excelente rendimiento y características a muy buen precio.

Turnigy Trackstar ahora lograr que el Versión2 con más potencia y programación de la luz LED a bordo.

TrackStar CES tienen la linealidad del acelerador superior para arranque / aceleración, frenos excelentes lisas y tienen opciones de programación totalmente ajustables.

Estos CES a prueba de agua han sido objeto diseñado y construido para las aplicaciones más exigentes de los vehículos de RC y ofrecen durabilidad, calidad y rendimiento muy alto por mucho menos de lo que podría llegar a pagar.

caracteristicas:
• Excelente respuesta del acelerador con la linealidad del acelerador precisa para una aceleración excelente
• Totalmente programable
• Detecta automáticamente el número de células dentro del paquete de baterías
• Características de protección múltiples: Protección de baja tensión de corte, protección del sobrecalentamiento, protección contra la pérdida de señal del acelerador y el motor bloquearon la protección
• Compatible con NOVAK, PRL y ORION sensored motor sin escobillas
• A bordo de la función de programación de la luz LED pulsador
• Impermeable

Especificaciones:
Corriente continua: 80A
Burst actual: 95A
Coche conveniente: 1/10 en carretera como fuera
Batería: 2-3 células LiPoly (5-8 células de Ni-MH)
BEC de salida: modo de conmutación / 2A 6V incorporado
Tipo de motor: los motores sin escobillas Sensorless
Modo de servicio: sólo hacia adelante o hacia adelante con marcha atrás (modo programable por el usuario)

Dimensiones: 40 x 40 x 27 mm
Peso: 78g

incluye:
80A sin sensores sin escobillas CES V2

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 9192000300-0
  • Brand TrackStar
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 140.0000
  • Longitud 110.00
  • Packaging Width 47.00
  • Altura 93.00
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As you can read in my discusssion entries, the manual and description is totally misleading and incorrect. With this fact I cannot recommend this ESC.
For short: Not 2-3 LiPo just 2, program box give wrong ESC type (maybe it works with the program box V2, but there is NO description about that), confusing LED blinking (not over temperature just "blinky mode, was hard to find that out). So Hobbyking: Just do your homework and give the customers the right specs and documents.

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As you can read in my discusssion entries, the manual and description is totally misleading and incorrect. With this fact I cannot recommend this ESC.
For short: Not 2-3 LiPo just 2, program box give wrong ESC type (maybe it works with the program box V2, but there is NO description about that), confusing LED blinking (not over temperature just "blinky mode, was hard to find that out). So Hobbyking: Just do your homework and give the customers the right specs and documents.

Not very happy with this one. Have a HSP 1/10 Truggy which we upgraded to brushless using the Hobbyking 80A ESC/4000KV motor kit which we are powering with a Turnigy 2-cell 20-30C LiPO. After this original ESC just burst into flames the second time we took the car out, we replaced it with one of these. After plugging it in I pulled on the throttle and the wheels barely moved so I put it in reverse and again the wheels barely moved. Pulled the throttle on again and after the wheels started slowly turning again I heard a "Pfft"sound and saw a small puff of smoke come from the ESC and that was the end of that! What do I do now having had two Turnigy 80A ESCs just blow up on me?

The heat sink was very hot when it blew, even after only trying to get the wheels to turn for about 20 seconds in total. Also, after plugging in the battery and turning the ESC on, the red LED just kept flashing which I now know is "temperature protection" mode but why would this start straight out of the box immediately after turning it on for the first time?

Any help would be appreciated - thanks.

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Not very happy with this one. Have a HSP 1/10 Truggy which we upgraded to brushless using the Hobbyking 80A ESC/4000KV motor kit which we are powering with a Turnigy 2-cell 20-30C LiPO. After this original ESC just burst into flames the second time we took the car out, we replaced it with one of these. After plugging it in I pulled on the throttle and the wheels barely moved so I put it in reverse and again the wheels barely moved. Pulled the throttle on again and after the wheels started slowly turning again I heard a "Pfft"sound and saw a small puff of smoke come from the ESC and that was the end of that! What do I do now having had two Turnigy 80A ESCs just blow up on me?

The heat sink was very hot when it blew, even after only trying to get the wheels to turn for about 20 seconds in total. Also, after plugging in the battery and turning the ESC on, the red LED just kept flashing which I now know is "temperature protection" mode but why would this start straight out of the box immediately after turning it on for the first time?

Any help would be appreciated - thanks.

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