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!
If you want, you may use it just for its bec functionality, but not to drive a motor while you have the CastleC one driving another. I would not recommend this though. Just find a UBEC unit here for half the price and higher efficiency.
it starts up with its little sing song of beeps, then it beeps twice and then does one long beep. Then if I give it any throttle, the motor makes sounds like its trying to move, but doesnt spin. I also checked, the motor is free spinning and the battery is charged.
I have a problem with finding the right ESC for my hexacopter.
I am using a Sunnysky V3508-29 380kv motor with a DJI15x5 prop. At 100% throttle at 18,5V (S5 Lipo) the motor's current is 10A. The problem is I can't seem to find an ESC (with BEC) with a max current of 12A and supporting 18.5 volts.
If I use a higher Amp ESC that does support my S5 battery (for example a 30A) will I lose performance in any way when operating only below 10 Amps. Is there a better solution to this problem?
You might actually even gain in performance, as the 10A will be a piece of cake for a 30A ESC and thus will stay cool and not decrease the performance as much as a 10A will do. However, you should check the weight of each one because if there is a substantial difference, it might reduce your flight time.
hey Edger,im going to try and keep this short,the 2 motor youll looking at,the answer is no.why?max amps of motors is what determines esc used as will as prop used.these motors you will find spec recommended esc/prop/lipo used in files on item pages.the easiest way to find the best brushless motor setup is to get online and look at what other people are using in same planes .so what I did do is copy/pasted 'hobby zone mini super cub brushless motor mod hk' and it came up with this(1 of many)hexTronik 24gram Brushless Outrunner 1700kv - Hobby King(blue motor).1 member in descussions says he used this motor for conversion(Mick p),so you might want to ask him some questions.now in saying all this I still go off what info others are posting (wattmeter tests with props used).here is 1 you might consider with the Mickp info =i have the hexTronik 24gram Brushless Outrunner 1500kv .my setup is 10003s lipo ,7x35 prop on a auw 400 gram funbat which gives good performance,so I think would be perfect for a auw 200 gram setup(I reckon you would get vertical)on top of that this esc is perfect for the amp draw of this setup(around 6 amps) and also the max amps for motor is 9 amps max.i hope ive been looking at your plane spec's HBZ4800.goodluck with your choice:)
thanks for cred Edgar. tip=when mounting your motor ,make sure the thrust angle is set correctly.also under the copy/paste I gave you (on another site) their is a extra motor mount also for your plane to use with the 24g motor to give right length for cowling etc so check this out also or you could make 1.:)
No. These are 3 lead Brushless motor ESC's only. The 3 motor power leads are pulsing A/C Current.
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!