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TURNIGY BESC Programming Card

TURNIGY BESC Programming Card

TURNIGY Programming Card

For use with Turnigy Plush ESCs

This device plugs inbetween the Rx and the speed controller. It allows the user to program the BESC according to a series of LED indicators.
it has buttons at the bottom so you can navigate through the menu and select the feature you want, then change it. Its very simple and is much easier than listening to jingles or a series of beeps.

This item is an excellent addition to your flight kit, especially with the new hard plastic case and lets you quickly change the BESCs settings in the field in a much shorter time and with greater assurance that what you have changed is correct and saved into the BESC.

No more black magic throttle stick programming!
Throw away the manual, you wont need it anymore!

Compatible with Turnigy Plush speed controllers.



PRODUCT ID: TR_PC

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$6.95

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Total of 453 discussions.
Jeff  1 points - 4/25/2016
 
I have a Turnigy 4x4 Buggy (1/16th scale). I got a TYP1 ESC Programmer to adjust the ESC's settings. When I get it all plugged in and connect power it lights up as it should but the buttons have no affect. I press the Up/down and left/right buttons but none of the lights flash. Is this the right programmer for this ESC?
Richard  4 points - 2/26/2016
 
Is this compatible with Turnigy AE-25A ?
 Gajanand 31 points
Yes it is .
izzzzzz6  28 points - 1/3/2016
 
Has anyone repaired one of these after accidental over voltage? Seems there are 2 diodes or similar (102 and 104 written on them) and an unmarked resistor a link? marked 0. All before the power/signal go's to the chip on the card. I'm hoping i can replace or remove one of these components and save the card. They look in good shape, i only put 7.5V in and i think its fried somewhere! I know these are not expensive but i have to wait and also i think the esc may be blown, it is acting strange, i can't get my quad to fly right now but perhaps esc just needs re programming? Perhaps esc was dead out of the box? I have had somewhere in the region of 10 ESCs non working or blown, it is starting to get expensive for what i'm doing. I missed out on warranty this time since i put the hobby down for a while. I've been really struggling with the YEP 7A ESCs either confusing setup or not working out of the factory, not that solder friendly either. I wish the YEP 7A was a more consumer friendly product, i had to give up on them eventually. The Turnigy 6A plush has generally been a good esc for me till now but they are much heavier and consume much more power than the YEPs. Now i'm stuck with my last spare 6A plush acting strange, a blown card and here i am grounded again.
 izzzzzz6 28 points
^that should read an unmarked resistor and what seems to be just a link marked 0^
Samcx  3 points - 12/10/2015
 
its doesn't work
 Kadosh 7 points
Hello Samcx , it´*s very important the order in how you connect it , first the esc , second the battery (If the esc not have BEC) and final the main battery of the motors ans esc
 Samcx 3 points
Hello ,I know that ,i did was use it very careful ,but its doesn't work :(
 Kadosh 7 points
Hello again Samcx , in your picture you are connecting the esc in te batt port noooot in right , connect it in the esc port only
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 Samcx 3 points
its not ESC ,its BEC ,5V supply
 Kadosh 7 points
Ok but and the esc?why is not connected?
 Kadosh 7 points
This card is for programming the ESC , if not a esc connected the leds not turn on , If you have any more questions please tell me
 RCWASP 75 points
Samcx, don't use a 5v BEC in the "Batt" port. Just plug the ESC you want to program into the "BEC" port paying attention to orientation (- / / signal) and use your flight battery to power up the ESC, then the card will come on and light up. ........if that doesn't work then you have a faulty card.
Samcx  3 points - 12/10/2015
 
My card dosen't work ,its new ,:(
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Don't work with Turnigy AE-25A ESC
DonHaug
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Lawrie Henrickson
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132 thumbs up!
I used this card to program my new H-Wing Pentium 60 ESC. I've never had such a user-friendly programming card, EVER! No messing around trying to interface with a PC, and no ridiculous and time consuming tone-based programming. This approach is FAST and you can see exactly what you've set-up.

The instructions tell you clearly how to connect it all up - no guess-work. All the LEDs light-up in their CURRENT config, then you press the "up/down" button to scroll through each program item. Once you are at an item you want to change, you select the "left/right" button to change the config, then move on to the next item. Once complete, you press the "OK" button and your ESC is programmed! Absolutely brilliant!

This is what these support items should be like. Cost-effective, compact, easy to use, and totally effective. FAULTESS!

You might also get a real laugh at hearing your hot new outrunner playing tunes - the menu offers 16 different tunes, such as "Auld Lang Syne".



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Travis Wheelock
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104 thumbs up!
Lovin' it! Can't believe how easy this card makes programming my Turnigy Plush 6A ESC. Bonus!! Works on my Volcano ESCs also! None of that BS of moving the throttle stick up, down, midways, counting beeps, what a hassle. Simple programming using the card, ESC, a battery hooked to the ESC, or a 4.8-6V receiver battery connected directly to the card for OPTO ESCs. Plays 15 different start-up tunes, or you can turn the music off all-together, which will save battery juice. You've read it in the reviews above, if you have an ESC that is compatible, do yourself a favor and get this card. $6.95. What a deal!
Travis Wheelock 05/23/08


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julian suarez
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50 thumbs up!
es una maravilla, lo conectas al variador y programas lo que quieras en un momento, sin tener que estar con la emisora. es una buena compra y economica


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BILLAUDEL Jean-Philippe
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42 thumbs up!
NEVER PLUG A BATTERY MORE THAN 6V direct on the card.
Or your program card will be destroyed.

It's a easy to use card but alwais use the BEC include in the ESC.
There is a plug to put an receiver external battery (4,8V only)

This card is low price and easy to use.
It can program Supersimple ESC
You cand found them www.link


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bcnmiguel
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39 thumbs up!
Muy facil y rapido de usar. Sin leer ni las instrucciones. Por lo que vale no hay que complicarse la vida. No ocupa espacio y funciona con la bateria del modelo.


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