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)
If I understand your question, you want to know what it does?
ESCs are used to power brushless motors. Your receiver will put out a PWM signal to this ESC, which draws power from the battery to make the brushless motor turn.
This one has a built-in BEC which means it will convert a 2s or 3s lipo voltage down to 5v to power the receiver and any servos you have too
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.
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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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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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I use these on quad copter and these has worked well. Just make sure to download the right manual under the files tab.