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TURNIGY Plush 25amp Speed Controller

TURNIGY Plush 25amp Speed Controller

Plush 25 Brushless Speed Controller
The Plush 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 in the same price range.

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.

Cont Current: 25A
Burst Current: 35A
BEC Mode: Linear
BEC : 5v / 2A
Lipo Cells: 2-4
NiMH : 5-12
Weight: 22g
Size: 24x45x11mm
Supported motor speed for all TURNIGY ESCs is;
(Maximum): 210000 RPM (2 poles), 70000 RPM (6 poles), 35000 RPM (12 poles).

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!


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Weight: 47g
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Total of 198 discussions.
Dion  3 points - 8/24/2015
When they say user program "by controller", what does that mean? Will I need any other peripherals to program?
 EricBR 404 points
it means that you can program the esc using the sticks on your radio transmitter. you start with the throttle stick to the max, plug the battery to the esc and wait for specific beeps.
David  2 points - 6/22/2015
Do these ESC's come with any connectors soldered onto them?
 BuBu1 313 points
No, as I remember they come with no connector at all. You have to solder your own connectors on both sides.
 anikeev 1387 points
It comes in semitransparent grey antistatic bag with manual papercard inside. No connectors provided - you need to buy your own.
Francois  1 points - 6/1/2015
Bonjour, Quel est le diamè*tre des câ*bles d'alimentation et - svp? Franç*ois.
 anikeev 1387 points
Diameter 12-14AWG (2mm-1.6mm). Je ne me souviens pas.
 anikeev 1387 points
Il é*tait un fil. Hors isolement.
 Francois 1 points
Ok, thank you very much.
David  3 points - 5/5/2015
Does anyone know the maximum refresh rate of Turnigy Plush ESC's?
 anikeev 1387 points
Looks like you want to build a multirotor, huh? Well, I didn't measure refresh rate, but this ESC can be flashed with BlHeli firmware (almost same to SimonK). But you need to solder some wires to it and you need a flasher (i use arduino, because I have it)... Anyway, you can take a look on AFRO ESC - it's already flashed with SimonK firmware and it's very good for multirotors: quad, octo, hex, etc. Hope that helps. :)
 willyfph 49 points
do you know if this esc has silabs MCU? Thanks in advance.
jmcf22  1 points - 4/22/2015
How do you flash these with Simonk?
 anikeev 1387 points
Some of them are non-flashable (different chip or so) with exactly SimonK, but you can flash it with another firmware if you want to use this ESC for multirotor. But you need to remove shrink tube from ESC, solder a couple of wires to PCB, have a flasher (I use arduino just because I have it)... If you're not so good in soldering it's better buy ESC already flashed with SimonK. Like AFRO ESC.
 Matej 4 points
You can check this article on flitetest site: flitetest**** / articles / flashing-simonk-fw-with-arduino-uno
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27 thumbs up!
I hooked my 25A Plush up to a 3s 2200mAh Zippy & Turnigy C2830 brushless outrunner and the ESC doesn't beep, doesn't start the motor, nothing. I can move the servos that are connected to the Rx, but I can't get any throttle response or the beeping that the manual references. Any thoughts on how to get my motor going, or why the ESC isn't beeping?

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20 thumbs up!
The newer version includes another plug which will connect to the charge port of your Lipo for pack monitoring (low voltage protection). This is not shown in the photo. It is not mandatory to connect this. Unfortunately I cannot use these in my GWS 38 due to the size and extra . I will reserve this pair for other projects or replacement in existing planes. The photo should be updated, as the extra wiring causes more space limitations and should not be cut off.

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20 thumbs up!
I bought 2 of these to put into 2 HK450 Heli's with KD KA450H motors and Zippy 3s 2200 battery. One smoked on the first flight. The other has been performing perfectly. It was very easy to program with the programming card that Hobby City also sells. I think I just got one that was a dud.

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20 thumbs up!
good esc but some problem with programmable option. sometimes it's reset or don't power up in proper condition.

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17 thumbs up!
This esc is really good. Compared to other china-made esc is really much better. Lots of very useful programmable options. Better throttle curve etc.

On the other hand it has a little problematic startup with my motor POT 200W. I tried every possible setting, but even with the one with best results i crashed due to the fact that motor went out of synchronism with esc. Czech made esc i used before were always ok.

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