Os CES HobbyKing Red Brick não vai ganhar o primeiro lugar para o estilo, embora eles vão tirar pontos principais para a simplicidade e confiabilidade. Com um conjunto básico de programação apresenta estes CES são uma solução perfeita para quem procura um controlador básico, mas robusta velocidade.
Os CES Red Brick foram projetados com a dissipação de calor em mente. com mais de calor de alumínio de tamanho afunda o Red Brick CES são ligeiramente maiores do que muitos CES em sua classe, no entanto, este compromisso em tamanho está destinadas a ajudar a eliminar os problemas associados com mais de aquecimento.
Max Amps: 100A
Células: 2 ~ 7s Lipoly
Tamanho: 80 milímetros 39 milímetros x 18 mm
Peso: 83g (Wires Inc)
Manual de instruções incluído.
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Using with an NTM 5050 and seems to do the job nicely. It seems to come programmed to suit a high rpm in runner type motor so needs a bit of basic reprogramming to get full power from an out runner. Not difficult to do - just follow the instructions under the files tab.gran esc despues de mas de 20 vuelos con mi bae hawk,funciona perfecto apenas se calienta con motor warhead 3545-1850kv y zippy 5000 mh 5s.el precio es inmejorable para un esc de 100 A.Purchased one of these, what a complete waste of time and money! would not recognise my 4 cell lipo and impossible to program, after an hour of trying it gave up the ghost and stopped working. I am returning it for a refund and going with something that a programme card is available for! What worries me is I have also purchased the 125A opto as well but I have not completed the aircraft yet so have not had a chance to try it so I think the best thing to do would send it back as well.I'm using it on my .90 sized Aeroworks ProX 260 to power a NTM 4258 500kv on 6s lipo. The setup should run less than 40-50A, so I got the 100A esc for some amp heating cushion. I have had no problems with it. Programming takes a little geting used to. There are 3 different note beeps before each set of option number beeps. After you hear the option you want pull the throttle stick down. It beeps those 2-3 notes again, then put the stick back up to full to use the sub menu or it will arm the motor. Put the stick back down to select the option in the sub menu. I had no heating problems during programming as I used a 2s lipo.Yet another great ESC from HK as these red bricks really do the job they are meant to,i've got one of these in my Durafly Vampire with a little HK UBEC and running 4s and 5s and it works with out any problems what so ever,it doesn't even get to warm and i fly the Vamp mostly at WOT. ;-)
This has now been running like this all over the summer months so it has had a good work out and has been well and truly tested.
I don't know how HK can do these ESC's at these prices but no matter how they do it i'm one happy customer,so keep up the good work and i;ll be using more of these Red Brick ESC's now on.Je deconseille ce controleur toute personne non patiente .C'est la misere pour regler avec les bips , pour le prix ce controleur est interressant pour mettre sur une machine de moindre valeur mais la possibilite de le regler avec une carte ferait un excellent compromis des controleurs 3 fois plus cher .Je ne racheterai plus ce genre de materiel .
Mauvaise note juste pour l'impossibilite de le regler par carte .I have few of this ESC , and evry thing was fine till i , found up that they are not 7S as they say here .I just burned one on 7S .I,m about to contact ,hobby king to see what they say .As i have too many of them and i,was palnning to go on 7S for more power for all my fly fly EDF that i got from here as well .It's items like this that see me shopping at HK every week. A heroic bit of gear at a gob smacking low price. I just can't fault it for Sunday Flier use. I will be very interested to see how it stands up after a year of use. But straight off the shelf it is outstanding value and I can't really see how it could disappoint.Hi folks, I wanted to know if this redbric UBEC has opted to be, since it is not specified. Of course thanksUsing this ESC since one year on a 3.5kg PC21 (Sebart) powered with a Turnigy G60 500Kv motor running on 6s 4000mAh 25-50C (Nano-Tech) and 14x8 prop.
The set up is pulling 60A at full throttle and the ESC is barely warm after 8min. of flight.
Looks simple, strong and reliable!
As I'm very satisfied of this product, I bought a second one for another airplane.