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Turnigy TrackStar 1 / 5º Escala 200amp sin sensor 8s Opto coche ESC

Turnigy TrackStar 1 / 5º Escala 200amp sin sensor 8s Opto coche ESC

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SKU:
9052000026

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Este es el grande! El uno de los 1 / 5º chicos Baja han estado esperando!
En 8s este CES es capaz de suministrar suficiente corriente para el producto de más de 5800W - Eso es más de 7,5 HP !!

Nuestro nuevo 200 amperios ESC TrackStar sin sensor de 1 / 5º coches de escala y de gas a las conversiones eléctricas, que cuenta con una carcasa de aleación completa con dos ventiladores externos para asegurarse de que mantiene su fresco, aunque empujó un poco demasiado duro en la protección térmica incorporada está en su sitio para proteger su inversión. Luego está el enorme 8 AWG de la batería y los cables del motor suministra el zumo, esta esc ha sido construido con una cosa en mente - POWER BRUSHLESS RAW!

Nuestra TrackStar 1 / 5º ESC es un tipo 'Opto'; lo que significa que no hay BEC incorporado, tendrá que utilizar un UBEC externa para alimentar su RX y servo de dirección.
Esta ESC es programable a través de la tarjeta de programación TrackStar.
Especificaciones:
tamaño del coche: 1 / 5º escala
Corriente de trabajo: 200 amperios
Burst actual: 1000 amperios
Recuento de células: 4-8s Lipo
Tipo de motor: sin sensor Brushl ess
De encendido / apagado:
Operación: Del / freno / rev - Avance / freno solamente (programable)
Protección contra sobrecarga térmica:
Cable de la batería: 8 Tamaño AWG (conectores de bala 8mm)
Cable del motor: 8 Tamaño AWG (balas hembra de 8 mm)
Dimensiones: 120 mm x 53.5mm x45mm
Peso: 346g

Las opciones de programación: (a través de tarjeta de programación opcional)
Freno / Tipo inversa
cantidad de frenos
cantidad inversa
control de punzón
Freno de arrastre
Banda muerta del acelerador
Cortar la tensión
El tiempo del motor
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  • SKU (Número de Referencia):
    9052000026
  • Brand:
    TrackStar
  • Peso ( g)
    674.00
  • Longitud
    210.00
  • Ancho:
    120.00
  • Altura:
    160.00
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Amazing ESC, be sure to pick up a programming card as well! Great build quality and pretty decent electronics to! Best value for money for sure
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great esc put in a 1/8 buggy and the the speed was amazing until the car crashed and front diff exploded and the esc shot out the front of the car and still works fine
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This is my custom E-maxx based 1/5th scale short course truck. It's paired with the Redcat 980kv motor. I've run 4S, 5S, and 8S with this setup and it has been a great ESC. I've only run it about 5 times, but ESC has yet to get warn (including when I forgot to plug in the fans, lol). I'm posting now because so many people are having issues initially that I wanted to share my good experience. Strangely enough, the "other" 1/5th scale controllers have their horror stories too, but some still recommend them...oh well. I plan on picking up 2 more (1/5th scale E-maxx based monster truck and for my converted Redcat Dunerunner).
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wow got my second esc and had trouble again,little puff of smoke,did not even get to program,or check for correct rotation of motor,ended up disassembling esc and found two areas that were burnt,looks like I have to put back my vorza 6 cell esc and stay with that till I can afford something different,i doubt hobbyking will take this back after I took esc apart.
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I give this contrivance full points on all accounts. First, it uses components matching truthfully to its advertised voltage rating. Second, its sensorless startup and running algorithm is much more intelligent than the average air controller. It can detect cogging and pole-slippage and will automatically try to open-loop run the motor at lower and lower rotational frequencies, until it pulls in. From there, startup is rapid.

It's designed for 1/5 scale R/C cars, but starting at roughly 1/4 scale and down, you might as well just ride it yourself! See Youtube: /watch?v=ydWABtLXjlo To do this properly, your sensorless drivetrain needs a very high (typically 15 or 20:1 and up) gear ratio. The startup performance is virtually flawless and the power available from this setup with a Aquastar T20 motor on 8S exceeds 4000W in a ground application....which is a huge deal.
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I run on 1/5 GT Car, it's the 3rd time i drive this scale, normaly on 1/8 off road
you can see the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uk553xzfdqg&feature=youtu.be
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I have had 3 go bad on me!!! J U N K!!! Cool lipos and cool motor. I bought the BEC from here so I quit. Castle XL2 from now on.
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It work very good with that trackstar 1/5 esc in a baja......the standard gear is great 57/14 ! You don t need the programing card...it already programed for all lipo.


Nice gadget
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Have only tested it 2 times so far on my e-bike. I only draw about 70amps in the bursts and 20 when at tops speed (stays ice cold for the whole ride) so not really pushing the esc. I use it on 5cell and it works good if it fails on me I will defiantly come back and make a new review.
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Very nice ESC, typically I dont run anything but Castle Creation or Tekin ESCs. However I have cooked 2 Mamba XLs one was a first generation and the next its replacement a V2. At that point I was fairly aggravated with Castle Creations and decided to give something else a try. I am glad I did this ESC is by far a better buy at 1/3 the cost of a Mamba XL, and so far doesnt have any of the Mambas issues. The lack of a BEC is somewhat inconvenient, but when dealing with large scale servos plus cooling fans an internal BEC really doesnt have the power you need anyways. I use a 2 cell LiFe where the T/B servo used to sit in my 5ive and that works perfectly, plus you can keep the fans running between runs to cool down the elecs.
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