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HobbyKing Red Brick 30A ESC

HobbyKing Red Brick 30A ESC

The HobbyKing Red Brick ESCs wont win first place for style, though they will take top points for simplicity and reliability. With a basic set of programming features these ESCs are a perfect solution for anyone looking for a basic yet robust speed controller.

Specs.
Max Amps: 30A
Ubec: 5v / 2A
Cells: 2~3s Lipoly
Size: 52mm x 14mm x 25mm
Weight: 22g (Inc Wires)

User manual included.


PRODUCT ID: RB30-ESC


Weight: 35g Quantity: 
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Price$8.30


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Total of 183 discussions.
Evan  4 points - 7/9/2014
 
Hi Leonardo, I would recommend checking the polarity of your rotors to esc. By that I'm talking about the three wires leading from the rotor to the esc's three wires. Look at the esc it says A-B-C. Connect the A to positive B to signal (the not black or red wire) then finally connect C to negative. Let us know if that fixes your problem.
Gilson Gomes  66 points - 7/2/2014
 
I bought and tried to use this esc but with 1 minute flight it cuts engine power and gets very hot, if I turn off and on again it usually works but to cut back the engine again, my motor is an E-max 2822 1200KV use 8x6 SF Propeller. Can someone help me with this fault?
 crazycarmaniac 379 points
id say the esc is overheating and cuts out to prevent melting down, if possible place in a high airflow area or add a heat sink with thermal pads and that should do it
Michael  1 points - 7/1/2014
 
Why did they remove this from the US warehouse?
Jeremy  1 points - 6/11/2014
 
The 2A BEC rating is only likely to be true if you're powering this from a 2S LiPo. Since it uses linear regulators, powering it off a 3S LiPo won't give you anywhere near that much current on the 5V side. Mine got extremely hot drawing 2A with a 3S. Get a switching BEC if you need that much current for lighting etc.
Agathangelo  42 points - 6/9/2014
 
It have a programming card?
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DAGBRM
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I've used two of these in my CL-415 Canadair driving turnigy L2210-1650 motors. These are a perfect match for the Canadair. Huge power for take offs, low current for cruising around. I've plugged these into a Y plug so both are powering the rx with no problems. Very highly recommended. Flying on 1 2200-3s 20c turnigy lipo.


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PArkWK
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Calibration should be set
1. UP the throttle stick to maximum
2. connect the battery to esc
3. beep.beep.beep~ (2seconds to throttle down to a minimum)
4. Complete the calibration set


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Tepsu
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I use these on quad copter and these has worked well. Just make sure to download the right manual under the files tab.


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Lucastomio
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It's very well made, using in the bixler, the standart config works perfect


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Great esc, i'll using in any planes


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