I ran into a good one. I bought two Birdie ESCs from Hobbyking and programed them as the manual instructed. I them put it in the Radian and it ran perfectly until I shut the transmitter off. Then the prop went full speed. In my attempts to shut it down, the prop got me good in the fingers. Lots of blood but no real damage. Just a warning. Use a small motor, securely mounted if you get into programming ESCs.
I also found that rebinding the receiver fixes this problem.
Can I use this with this motor?
i run it with 4s battery in multikopter but without positive( ) connected
hello, excellent esc, we use this for our home made zagi's, now we gonne make 10 more for club combat!! nice and good esc, strong enough,and lightweight! and most of all the price is verry good! cheaper yo can't get! greetz from belgium, thanks hobby king!
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Good ESC. Works very smooth with 2610 motor. There's one trick about it: it has 2 heat sinks. So if you plan to glue it inside edf duct it's not a good idea because the other heat sink which is under the sticker (for BEC I believe) will overheat. It has to be placed such that air circulates from both sides.