TURNIGY Basic 25A v3.1 Brushless Speed Controller The Start series ESC are a very good quality controller. It is designed for customers who dont want alot of fuss and bother in setting up a BESC, who dont need a huge swiss army knife range of features but want something reliable and a solid performer.
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 tripple the price. We are certain you will find these to be the best BESC available from Asia.
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!
When you buy an ESC the cells they are working with are shown in description, most of time. (i.e.: in the description says 2-4 cell lipo or lipo cells: 2-4 in this ESC) so if your battery is 2 cells or 3 cells or 4 cells then they are compatible. hope this helps!
SiLabs on the Basic v3.1** I own 8 of these. I am going to flash them with BLHeli firmware (similar to SimonK but for SiLab chips).
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This is an adequate ESC at a decent price, as long as you don't plan to use it at anywhere near the stated rating.
It gets hot and starts dropping current due to FETs overheating after a less than a minute at 18A. The sustained current seems to be app. 15A.
Depending on what you are trying to achieve, this could be a slightly better deal compared to a name-brand 18A ESC. But definitely not all that much of a bargain compared to e.g. Castle' ThunderBird series.
I use this with my Multiplex Minimag and a Turnigy TR 35-30C 1100kv outrunner. I have 4 servos on the plane, and one gyro. The BEC got very hot, so I had to add a UBEC in addition to this ESC. That worked just fine.