We are now proud to offer our Hobbyking YEP ESC series. With helicopter specific programming options such as super smooth soft start, fixed RPM mode (governor mode) and ultra high resolution, you won't find a better helicopter ESC on the market today!
We have tested these units on our own helicopters and found them to be among the best we have ever seen. The super smooth soft start, along with its ultra high resolution throttle response puts this ESC in a class of its own!
The YEP series ESCs not only offer excellent performance for helicopters, they are also well suited for fixed-wing use with a whole host of programmable features.
Hobbyking YEP ESCs are built with the highest quality components to ensure true-to-rating current handling and high efficiency operation.
All Hobbyking YEP ESCs can be programmed via optional programing card or by transmitter stick inputs.
Features: • Powerful 5.5V/4A Switching BEC • Optional programming card for convenient setup • Super fine throttle resolution provides first-rate and highly accurate linearity • Super smooth adjustable start-up mode • Constant RPM mode (governor mode) • Adjustable F3A brake. • 3 steps adjustable normal EMF brake • High anti-interference capability • Low voltage cut-off protection with automatic adjustment for NiCd/NiMH/Li-Ion/LiPo/LiFePO4 • Soft cut-off option at low voltage, slows motor RPM gradual rather than hard cutoff (LVC) • Low voltage cut-off can be disabled • Variable cut-off voltage / cell • Active free-wheeling circuit allows for unlimited "partial load" capability • LED status display • Adjustable motor timing from 0° to 30° • Blocked rotation protection (senses a jammed motor and stops motor rotation) • Motor reversing from ESC (no need to change ESC/motor wires) • Over-temperature protection and overload alarm • Throttle signal lose protection. If the signal is lost for 3 seconds, the power will automatically cut-off. • Safe power-on. (Motor will not start until throttle is returned to lowest position)
***This ESC is compatible with both helicopter and airplane models.***
Specification: Max Cont Current: 30A Max Burst Current: 35A for 10 seconds Input Voltage: 2-4 cells li-XX or 6-12 Ni-MH/Ni-Cd battery BEC: 5.5V/4A Switching BEC PWM: 8~16 KHz Max RPM: 240,000rpm for 2 Poles Brushless Motor PCB Size: 34x24x9mm Weight: 26g (including wires)
I have this YEP 30A ESC and the programming card and it does work with the card except that the card only allows cell selections between 4 and 15 cells, and for this esc, it gives a confirmation for 4, 5, 6, or 7 cells, however, there is no way to choose auto-lipo and so once you choose a cell count with the card the factory setting of auto-lipo count cannot be regained. I went to ni-mh mode which is auto, and it works ok on that but there's no cell protection. Is there any way to factory reset these esc's?
I have three of these YEP 30a ESC programming card, in F5J type gliders, motor draws 21amp max, Running to UK rules, 'motor can be switched on to save model'.
They work OK for a few flights, then loose setting, wont switch motor on, fixed by unplugging battery then re-pug, few more flights, then went onto needing to re initiate with program card . . . now it has got to the point I cant program motor break on, prop free-wheels.
Anyone have a fix or is it a bin job, you get what you pay for?
I'm using this on an airplane and I am having the same Issue as otherrs - Sometimes if the motor gets stuck or stopped (nose over on takeoff/landing as an example), it will then sit there and continuously beep at me when idle. I can give it throttle and it works just fine, but and the beeps stop. However, whenever I cut the throttle and have it sitting idle, it will continue to beep. I've even pulled the batteries, but as soon as I plug it back in, it will do it again. Please advise. This Issue is very bad, otherwise the ESC seems to be great.
It remembers it's last error code. This can be reset by plugging in and unplugging with full throttle set on the TX (if I remember correctly). Look in the YGE (the YEP original) manual from the german YGE site. Mine did it after a LVC event.
You need to set the throttle end points for the ESC. Do this by having your throttle full open, plug in the ESC, listen for 2 beeps then move throttle to off and then a series of beeps. Throttle end points now set.
Has potential but the one I got is faulty and awaiting replacement. Loads of function on it and you should definitely get the programming card with it to make life a bit easier
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I have used the higher Amp rated YEP's for various airplanes and I like them a lot! This 30Amp version does not have the Acro brake function, so that's why I give it only 4 stars/crowns. YEP's are also a bit harder to set up, but the have a load of options. You want the programming card.