Plush 12A-E Brushless Speed Controller The pulsar series ESC are a very good quality controller. They have a broad range of programming features and a smooth throttle response compared to other BESCs int he same price range. You will find the throttle curve very linear.
Our TURNIGY speed controllers come with a 14 month warranty. We guarentee these are the best Brushless Speed Controllers you can purchase at this price. These speed controllers are sold in western countries under various names at triple the price. We are certain you will find these to be the best BESC available from Asia.
Spec. Cont Current: 12A Burst Current: 15A BEC Mode: Linear BEC : 5v / 2A Lipo Cells: 2-4 NiMH : 5-12 Weight: 13g Size: 32x24x10mm 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!
Hi, I also have 4 of these and have installed the on a 250 size quad with the QQThunder Flight controler and 4 Turnigy 1811-2900kv motors. I'm usen 2cel lipo's. I programmed them aal with the turnigy white programming card. But when i try to connect them to the flight controller i hear a 25sec continuous beeping. iread somewhere that this means throttle stick not at bottom position. But when i try to do the throttle calibration. I hear some beeps, some small hold then 2 beeps, normally then i should put my throttle stick yo the bottom and i should ahgain hear 2 beeps and a long beep. Well this does not happen.. some seconds later i hear again 3 beeps and that goes on some time after i hear a restart. No reset doen. I need some help now. small question also i have te white prohramming card from turnigy but could i also use the green turngy card in place ?
Some help neede here
Sounds like either the flight controller is messing up your throttle end points. Try to calibrate each esc individually directly connected to throttle chanel on receiver, don't use the controller.
Also you might want to check the throttle end points on the transmitter and make sure they start at 0 percent and end at 100 percent. You should start with a clean profile on the transmitter, no dual rates or other changes programed
Here is a short Video of my Buddy using these on his Mini H Quad (250) ... more details of the Build in the Videos Description.
15 thumbs up!
Working nicely in a Blade Pro with E-Sky 3900Kv and 10T pinion, changing to 11T. Just gets slightly warm, the soft start was a much needed feature for the main gear preservation. Much smaller than a 25A and saved some weight!
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DAVID M NORTH
13 thumbs up!
Excellent ESC for the price. Very smooth throttle response, as advertised. Extremely fine-grained control. Only problem is ramp up: it's very slow, even when set on "normal" (the fastest setting). Slower even than a Castle "soft start." This makes it questionable for 3D, but okay for most other applications. No problems at all running a bit overamp on a Formosa with 8x6 APC SF and Axi 2208/34.
It's official: Flight time on Blade Pro with this ESC running an Esky EK5-0005 3900Kv outrunner and 10T pinion: 11:15 mins. continuous hover. This is in conjunction with the 6A Turnigy Plush running the 18-11 2Kv outrunner on the tail with HIGH timing set and a GWS DD-4540 prop. Batt. is a 2s/1A 20C Zippy. Cheers!