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HobbyKing Red Brick 70A ESC

HobbyKing Red Brick 70A ESC

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RB70A-BTO
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Les CES HobbyKing Red Brick wont remportent la première place pour le style, mais ils vont prendre des points supérieurs pour la simplicité et la fiabilité. Avec un ensemble de base de la programmation propose ces CES sont une solution parfaite pour ceux qui cherchent un contrôleur de vitesse de base mais robuste.

Les CES Red Brick ont ​​été conçus avec la dissipation de la chaleur à l'esprit. avec plus de chaleur en aluminium de taille coule le Red Brick CES sont légèrement plus grand que de nombreux CES dans leur classe, mais ce compromis de taille est destiné à aider à éliminer les problèmes liés à la surchauffe.

Specs.
Max Amps: 70A
UBEC: 5v / 5A
Cellules: 2 ~ 7s Lipoly
Taille: 75mm x 20mm 39mm
Poids: 77g (Inc fils)

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  • UGS RB70A-BTO
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 82.0000
  • Longueur 150.00
  • Packaging Width 15.00
  • la taille 40.00
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The ESC works fine, though I never exceeded 35A on a 6S setup.
The SBEC has been disappointing. When it works, it never puts out more than 4.7V, sagging sometimes to 4.5V, even though it powers an airplane with 4 standard servos. Occasionally, it would not raise above 4.4V, unless
the battery is disconnected and reconnected. Luckily, I have telemetry. After a few of these incidents, I decided to pull the middle pin out and run the Rx/Servos on a separate LiFe battery. Well, for the cost I guess I cannot complain too loud.

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The ESC works fine, though I never exceeded 35A on a 6S setup.
The SBEC has been disappointing. When it works, it never puts out more than 4.7V, sagging sometimes to 4.5V, even though it powers an airplane with 4 standard servos. Occasionally, it would not raise above 4.4V, unless
the battery is disconnected and reconnected. Luckily, I have telemetry. After a few of these incidents, I decided to pull the middle pin out and run the Rx/Servos on a separate LiFe battery. Well, for the cost I guess I cannot complain too loud.

Superb these red bricks. got 2 of them in my twinstar on 4s.

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Superb these red bricks. got 2 of them in my twinstar on 4s.

Mine came with BEC defective. It just bypass 12V when connected onto a 3S 2200mAh 25C battery pack all the way to the receiver. Result? Now I hot a fried receiver and a bad ESC to deal with.

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Mine came with BEC defective. It just bypass 12V when connected onto a 3S 2200mAh 25C battery pack all the way to the receiver. Result? Now I hot a fried receiver and a bad ESC to deal with.

Malisimo producto. Se quem al segundo vuelo y me quem el motor NTM 35-48 900kv con unahelice 12*6 que en teoria sobraba con un 60 Amperios. No tireis el dinero en este ESC.

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Malisimo producto. Se quem al segundo vuelo y me quem el motor NTM 35-48 900kv con unahelice 12*6 que en teoria sobraba con un 60 Amperios. No tireis el dinero en este ESC.

this is a big one usually I run the turnigy 70A but figured I would try a couple of these, programming is a bit of a pain but doable, I like the big heat sink and seems to work great no problems as of yet. great value

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this is a big one usually I run the turnigy 70A but figured I would try a couple of these, programming is a bit of a pain but doable, I like the big heat sink and seems to work great no problems as of yet. great value

Takes 60A fine and has no problem powering a receiver and servos. Does not come with any connectors attached so you have to buy them separately. No programming needed.

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Takes 60A fine and has no problem powering a receiver and servos. Does not come with any connectors attached so you have to buy them separately. No programming needed.

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Ottimo regolatore facile da programmare

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Ottimo regolatore facile da programmare

Big ESC with nice cooling fins at the back!!

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Big ESC with nice cooling fins at the back!!

IT'S VERY VERY GOOD ESC 70AMH REDBRICK, I USED MANY TIME FOR MOTOR 2200-3000KV NTM WITH 2200AMH 3-4S BATTERY 30-35C WITH 6X4-7X4 PROP..FANTASTIC AND ECONOMICAL ESC..EVERYONE YOU SHOULD TRY THIS..

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IT'S VERY VERY GOOD ESC 70AMH REDBRICK, I USED MANY TIME FOR MOTOR 2200-3000KV NTM WITH 2200AMH 3-4S BATTERY 30-35C WITH 6X4-7X4 PROP..FANTASTIC AND ECONOMICAL ESC..EVERYONE YOU SHOULD TRY THIS..

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