Plush 10A Brushless Speed Controller The Plush series of ESC are a very good quality controller with a broad range of programming features and smooth throttle response compared to other BESCs in the same price range. These escs have linear throttle curve and can handle 10A continuously.
Cont Current: 10A Burst Current: 12A BEC Mode: Linear BEC : 5v / 2A Lipo Cells: 2-4 NiMH : 5-12 Weight: 9g Size: 27x17x6mm User Programmable, both via controller and optional programming card. The programming card is an excellent item as it instantly tells the user the current settings and with a few simple clicks of the buttons, the user can change the settings and have graphical reassurance of those changes. The programming card is an excellent item and simple to use! Much better than Jeti or similar programming cards.
BS 12 amp are out of stock for awhile and thinking of using these with my little 2204 2300 kv Sunnysky. With all the sync issues and burning escs lately i'm really considering these trunigy. have any of you had any issue with these esc with little motors like the SS and Tmotors?
Could be either. Some have Atmega and some have SiLabs. It depends on when they are made, and what chips are available. Technically both chips do the same job, but with different architecture, hence different firmwares.
I recommend the XT60 connectors. Just enter "XT60" in the search at the top. Or if you have a really small battery maybe some of the little red JST connectors might be more suitable. For those enter "jst connector" in the serach.
With the tiny size of this ESC, it is unlikely to need an XT-60 as that would be overkill. Most batteries generally used with this size ESC have the JST you mention. Best advice however is to decide on what battery you need and get the relevant connector for that.
The 2 pin JST connector (red one, also known as BEC connector) seems quite common for batteries below about 500mAh and 7.4V. So maybe that one would be a good choice. Search hobbyking for 2 pin JST male. BTW, I use these 6-pin MPX connectors for almost every plane I have, except for the really tiny ones. I haven't checked, if they're available from hobbyking. But I really like them, because they're safe, not too difficult to solder and quite easy to handle. And they're much shorter than bullet connectors, which is an advantage in some fuselages.
I have a worried about my ESC. I plug all the control plug to my receiver and it seem that I burn the BEC part of the ESC. My question:
Can we plug in parallel two BEC in the receiver or we should cut all the red lead (exept one for sourcing the receiver)?
Thanks for the reply!
Does't that stand for all type of ESC, or only for swintching type?
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Control caught fire upon hooking it up to a 11.1v 500mah lipo. Wouldn't you know it burst into flames. The shipping to send it back would cost more than buying a new controller. Crap.......
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This is a great ESC, but it only last about 4 flights working OK, then it failed with more than a 3 Amp load, it cut-off, this is working with a 2s lipo pack that have verify its charged and failure its constant, when power drawn its more than 3 amps it cutoffs, also i have verify voltaje and its steady at 8.0 volts and lipo detection its of 2 cells. Maybe bad luck of defective unit.