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60A Brushless ESC (Electronic Speed Controller)
3.5mm Connectors on the Motor Side


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Constant Current 60A
Burst Current 70A for 10 Seconds
Input Voltage Range 2-6 LiPo (6-25.2V DC)
BEC Voltage Range 2-6 LiPo (6-25.2V DC)
BEC Output 5.5V DC @ 6A (4-6 digital servos) SBEC
Weight (g) 62g
Size (mm) 69mm x 32mm x 13mm
Connectors supplied 3x 3.5mm Female connectors fitted on the motor side


  • Easy setting, easy operation.
  • Safe start-up system. The motor will not start no matter which position the throttle stick is when the battery is connected.
  • Automatic power cut-off. If the motor suddenly stops rotating or the radio signal is lost for more than 3 seconds, the power will automatically be cut off.
  • SBEC provides power to receiver and servos (for ESC with BEC).
  • High rate switching Pulse Width Modulation (PWM): 8KHZ.
  • Over-heat protection. The power will be cut-off as it is heated up to 110°C.
  • Over-voltage protection. The motor will not start if the voltage is higher than 26V (Expect for the OPTO series.)
  • Low-voltage cut-off. 3.0V/2.7V (selectable) for Li-ion/Li-polymer battery; or 0.9V/0.7V (selectable) for Ni-CD/Ni-MH battery.
  • Timing mode; Timing low mode--- providing highest efficiency suitable for motors with 2, 4, 6 poles; Timing high mode---providing highest speed & is suitable for motors with 6 or more poles and outrunner motors.
  • Programming is very easy with the programming card.

Part Number Description Price Qty
4M-ESC60A35 60A Brushless Electronic Speed Controller
3.5mm Connectors on the motor side
4M-PROGCARD Programming Card £9.50

User Instructions

ESC Programming Instructions
How to wire up a UBEC

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