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HobbyKing 12A BlueSeries Brushless Speed Controller

HobbyKing 12A BlueSeries Brushless Speed Controller

Its no “Mystery” where these ESCs are made, now they are available to you at HobbyKing prices.

Built with imported N-Channel mosFET's and an ultra fast Atmel MCU & heartbeat make this a high performance ESC with excellent sync capabilities.
Programmable via an R/C controller.It allows you to program all functions to fit your specific needs, which makes it efficient and user friendly.
 
Features:
Extremely low internal resistance
Super smooth and accurate throttle linearity
Over heat and over-load protection
Auto shut down when signal is lost or radio interference becomes severe for more than 2 seconds
Supports high RPM motors
Power arming protection (prevents the motor from accidentally running when switched ON)
New Advanced programming software
 
Programming features:
Brake setting (we recommend using brake for only folding props applications)
Battery type(LiPo or NiCd/NiMh)
Low voltage cutoff setting
Factory default setup restore
Timing settings (to enhance ESC efficiency and smoothness)
Soft acceleration start ups (for delicate gearbox and helicopter applications)
Governor mode(for helicopter applications)
Motor rotation( clockwise\counterclockwise)
Switching frequency
Low voltage cutoff type (power reduction orirnmediate shutdown)
 
Factory default settings:
Brake:  off
Battery type Detect:  LiPo with Automatic Cell
Low voltage cutoff threshold:  Medium (3.0V/65%)
Timing setup:  Automatic
Soft Acceleration Start Up:  Medium
Governor mode :  OFF
Frequency :  8kHz
Low voltage cutoff type:  Reduce power

Spec.
Cont. Current: 12A
Burst Current: 16A/10sec
Battery: 2-4 Cell Lipo / 5-12 Cell Ni-XX
SBEC: 5V/ 1A Output
Size: 22*21*4mm
Weight: 10g



PRODUCT ID: Tz12A

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  • Mystery 12A Brushless Speed Controller (Blue Series)

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Total of 133 discussions.
Timeman  49 points - 10/31/2014
 
The last few batches I'm very up set at.. Iv never ever blown these ( magic smoke ) now they are blowing up in all kinds of Quads.. ? Some thing is not right and I do not know what. I just had another one Brand new Puff into smoke ? - Iv only bought about 40 of these with no problems at all - SO WHY NOW ALL OF A SUDDEN DO THEY BLOW UP ? This is Costing me Money HobbyKing ( 5th Brand NEW ESC ) what are you going to do ? I am happy to send the blown ones up to you but fat good that is going to do.. That is $50 Im down now For no reason but bad quality control.. :(
Wolfeyes  42 points - 10/28/2014
 
Hey, so I got my Esc's all flashed with the latest Simon k I'm running them with the DYS-1804 motors and 6020 CF T-props, after flying for only a few minutes one Esc gets really hot like I only can just touch it. I re soldered all the joins thinking that my be the problem but nooo it still gets hot, I also used the Gemfan 5030 props as well but still Hotttt. Much help. Thanks..
Timeman  49 points - 10/27/2014
 
Just a note HK ( FLASHING ).. your putting to much HOT glue on the servo lead onto the board.. It is covering part of the chip, and makes life very hard to flash. I can not use the square flash tool.. I had to make the 3 prong tool.. Just saying !!
 Timeman 49 points
Iv uploaded a photo of Hot glue on ESC..
 Wolfeyes 42 points
I 2nd that, I used my craft knife to cut away the glue but took me a while to do.
 Timeman 49 points
I was a lill bothered about doing that some glue was really stuck into the PINS of the Chip. I was Lucky to have Senator351 help me out. Not a big deal but it is a pain in the butt. takes a 10 min job and turns it into a 1hr job.
Stefan  1 points - 10/25/2014
 
Any chance we can see these stocked in the EU warehouse?
Adiel  1 points - 10/21/2014
 
Hey guys, do this esc support D2822/17 Brushless Outrunner 1100kv motor(PRODUCT ID: D2208-17-1100 ) 7x4.5 Three Blade(PRODUCT ID: 157000042)? Would this be a good choice for a f330 quad?
 Frank 2 points
It 'supports' the motor, in that it will work. The motor's max allowed current draw according to the specs is 10A, so it could work, but doesn't leave a large margin for servo's. Three-bladed propellers for a given size cause more current draw than two-bladed propellers. All in all, I would recommend going to a 15-20A ESC. It would work fine for a quad. You can read about someone building a quad with your motors and a larger frame here: www.link
 Frank 2 points
Err, link doesn't work. That's good security, but slightly annoying. :-) Search for "flitetest lessons learned quadcopters" on Google.
 Guntars 4 points
Frank, in product description is says 12A & burst 16A for 10sec. Sometimes it can get little confusing. Another example: on label is says BEC, but in description is says SBEC, which one is it?
 Frank 2 points
Right, so the D2822/17 motor is allowed to draw 10A continuous according to the specs. The ESC can provide 12A continuous. So it'll work, but without a lot of margin. Margin is good. As for SBEC, you'd want that if you were powering it wth more than a 3s battery or a whole bunch of servo's. Since the ESC is rated up to 3s, it's not relevant. If you need more, get another ESC.
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Received 2 (two) units:

Weight 9.0g, 9.1g
Length [main PCB including capacitor(?)]: 27.25mm, 27.99mm
Width: 22.46mm, 22.59mm
Thickness: 7.93mm, 6.77mm
Motor Wires: ~58.0mm plus/- 1.0mm
BEC Wire: 165.0mm plus/- 0.5mm
Power Wires: 55.0mm plus/- 2mm

Motor Wires: 22 guage (labeled) - bare wire
BEC Wire: 22 guage (estimated) - JR connector
Power Wires: 20 guage (labeled) - bare wire


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I like the Mystery and Tgy Plush ESCs as they are well specified and have good BEC capabilities too


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I think 18AWG wire used for the power leads would have been a better choice for ensuring efficient current flow.

Weight 9.0g, 9.1g
Length [main PCB including capacitor(?)]: 27.25mm, 27.99mm
Width: 22.46mm, 22.59mm
Thickness: 7.93mm, 6.77mm
Motor Wires: ~58.0mm plus/- 1.0mm
BEC Wire: 165.0mm plus/- 0.5mm
Power Wires: 55.0mm plus/- 2mm

Motor Wires: 22 guage (labeled) - bare wire
BEC Wire: 22 guage (estimated) - JR connector
Power Wires: 20 guage (labeled) - bare wire


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Excellent speed control. I use it with a Turnigy 2730-1500kv running 2 and 3 cell lipo on small,< 32 wing span, 3D planes. I have run up to 4 micro, 5g, servos on the BEC with no problems.


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Helifix HK
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Habe in fr FF100 und bin zufrieden damit.


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