||100A for 10 Seconds
|Motor Input Voltage Range
||6-12 LiPo (18 - 50V DC)
||OPTO (no BEC)
||135g (includes all wires)
||99mm x 48mm x 21mm (includes plastic case)
||None (6mm recommended)
Easy setting, easy operation.
Safe start-up system. The motor will not start no
matter which position the throttle stick is when the battery
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.
Over-heat protection. The power will be cut-off
as it is heated up to 110°C.
Low-voltage cut-off. 3.0V/2.7V (selectable
per cell) 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
Extremely low internal resistance
Supports high RPM motors
New Advanced programming software
The short servo type lead is used for programming.
The long servo type lead is plugged in to the throttle channel on your receiver
The thin single red wire is used to eliminate the spark when connecting the ESC
to the Battery.
How to connect the red anti-spark wire
Solder a small connector (2mm or 3.5mm - male half) on to the
thin single red wire from the ESC
Solder a short piece of wire to the main red wire of your battery
and then solder the female half of your connector to the free end
of this wire.
When getting ready to fly; Connect the thin red anti spark wires
together before you connect the main thick red and thick black
wire from the battery to the ESC
Once thick red and black wires are connected you can now unplug
the thin anti spark wire.