The Hobbyking SS series comes with a limited range of programming functions and are designed to be plug-n-play. A perfect ESC for those looking for something simple to use and economic.
Spec. Weight: 85g Size: 70x50x13mm Cells: 2-7S Li Po Max Current: 190A Burst : 200A No BEC Timing: 1/7/15/30 programmable PWM: 8/16K
Constant current 190A Max 200A <10S
Li-Poly 2-7 cells
Auto shut down when lose signal
Slow down at 3.0V per cell Lipo, Cut-off at 2.9V per cell Lipo 0.8V NiMh
User Programming options. Battery setting Throttle Range Brake setting 4 options: Direction and Cutoff Type Timing Mode Setting: 1 / 7 / 15 / 30 PWM setting: 8K/16K
This ESC is OPTO, with no BEC supplying power to your receiver. You will need an extra power source for your receiver. (such as UBEC or Rx battery pack) If you hear the music tone repeat for more than 3 times, you may need to check your power source to the receiver.
i have few of this ESC plus the brick ESC , they are fine as i use it with auto default on all edf jets , but i already burned 3 of them trying on 7 S as the spec says 2-7s and HK keep saying will work on 7S .Is it me or this esc can not handle 7S .
They are supposed to handle 7s at low amps of around 70-100, but I hear many blow just from plugging in that many volts. I would never risk 7s. I notice the thing gets very warm all over when running currents over 70A on 6s
I dont have any problem heating up as i use them in my EDF with hi Ap of about 125 they work fine on 6S 4500 Mah battery 35 C . but i,m not sure if they run on 7S , How ever thanks for your reply .PS HK says they work on 7S but i already tried and cooked 3 of them the next one we gone video it to prove it aint working on 7S .
Happy with the quality. Hello guys I bought two of these esc about 2yrs ago, first I was going to use them in my 1/10 sct but they ended up powering my 41inch catamaran boat. I attached heat sinks on them and tried waterproofing them with a bit of silicon filler. I am pulling about 100-150amp they get a lil warm(which is normal) but still work just fine. You must use external bec
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Is the weight really 85g? Its the same size and weight as the SS 90-100.
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i received mine this week.....and i 've already tried it.... 1st setup was to set the throttle range. i installed it on my trex600....6s 30c at first...the esc was very hot....can't even touch it for 3 sec... then i refer to setup which is the same as the super simple esc...exactly the same.... i set all my setup as below: auto throttle range, soft start, no brake, clockwise, soft cutoff, timing: outrunner motor, pwm: 16khz...
after all the above setting...the esc still goes very hot,
then i change the setting to: timing: default, pwm: 8khz........
then did a few flights a bit of hard3D......
the esc goes warm...which is around 50-60 celcius..... i think this esc cannot use high end setup...... u must set from medium to low setup.....
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ja. 190-200 amperios ni de coa. como mucho 90-100.
puesto en un hk-600 con 6s. y se calienta.
tendria que estar frio como el hielo por el bajo consumo.
vaya fraude... por lo demas pues bueno. el preico insuperable.
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Received the 2 that I ordered and have had time to progam ony one as of this writing.
I was able to get ahold of the programing info for it from a guy on one
of the FE forums.
It is a Suppo 200A ESC. It took me a bit to program it, ran into theat up problems when programming it, BUT not that it is programmed, it is nice and cool.
I do recommend the ESC for any one wanting a semi high amp unit. Just remember to NEVER operate an ESC at its max S cell ratings.
I am going to try and attach the programming file to the files tab. not sure if I can do it.
If it does not work you could always e-mail me and I can forward the instructions to you.
include ESC programming in the subject.